Zemana AntiLogger accessing DNS ?

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  1. CloneRanger

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    apply denny and and see what happen;)
     
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    I bought a license for this Zemana AntiLogger and stopped using it .
     
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    GREAT info :thumb: :rolleyes:...
     
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    very simple and honest explanation man:D it gives trouble bye bye:)
     
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    same here zemana gave me trouble and just uninstall it:D
     
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    Still no ideas ?

    @firzen771 :D

    @SIR****TMG

    Why ?

    @jmonge

    Tried that before, havn't noticed any problems, but then i don't have a keylogger installed to notice :D
     
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    ah i see:)
     
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    firzen771 LULZ. :D

    The explanations in this thread are almost as brief as someone's first name. Nothing's being answered, nothing's being explained. lol
     
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    ye i dont really understand why people put such plain replies that go nowhere and have no explanation. it doesnt make sense and adds nothing.
     
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    The problem i'm having is that automatic updates is turned off, and i still get those outbound attempts ? So i don't understand why that is ?

    As you can see from my screenshot Zemana is trying to access IP 0.0.0.0 That's not your internet IP but my computer. How can Zemana update via IP 0.0.0.0 ?

    Heard back from Zemana support.

    GetComputerName Function

    Retrieves the NetBIOS name of the local computer. This name is established at system startup, when the system reads it from the registry.

    GetComputerName retrieves only the NetBIOS name of the local computer. To retrieve the DNS host name, DNS domain name, or the fully qualified DNS name, call the GetComputerNameEx function.

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms724295(VS.85).aspx

    I've disabled NetBIOS, so maybe it's trying to get the name of my local computer. As it's disabled i don't suppose it can ? whether it makes any difference, i don't know ? But Antilogger still works if i test it, and it also intercepts other critical events, such as these

    ht1.gif

    ht2.gif

    Many of people might not realise that ZAL does a lot more than they may think :thumb:

    . etc etc http://www.zemana.com/antiloggeroverview.aspx
     
  14. Steven Avery

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    Hi Folks,

    I expected simply anti-keylogger and found it has a nice niche as a complementary security app on my XP Pro system. I especially like the well-formatted log file, something about which a dozen other apps could take note, where you can see at a glance, in readable format, what Zemana thought the program was trying to do. (Except it should have a maximize mode to full-screen, it is trapped in small-land with scroll-bar.)

    Being more concerned with things like memory injection, code modification, clipboard logging etc. e.g. It told me that AnVir Task Manager did a "system-wide hook" with "dll injector" and gives the MD5 hash of the file. And the log line copies to the clipboard and the presentation as a whole column-sorts.

    While ultimately a lot of times it comes down to whether you trust the company, you are getting a pretty clear picture of the activity, more so than I usually get from Online Armor, Avira, WinPatrol etc.

    Are there other products that are similarly informative ? Dunno, but I find this quite neat.

    Shalom,
    Steven Avery
     
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