Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by LoneWolf, Mar 13, 2012.
100% off, now that's a deal.
Thanks for the heads up!
Is there a time frame to activate it?
BTW, any ideas why the file name of installer is "Zemana_AntiLogger_184.108.40.2069", when, in fact its file version is 220.127.116.111?
Any word on when (if?) it will offer full x64 bit support? SpyShelter and the big name classic HIPS are getting there but Zemana seem a bit away yet.
It should have full x64 support with v2, which was going to be released in August, but was postponed to the end of 2011, which it obviously didn't make either.
Thanks, I thought I'd read it would be in place last year but very obviously still missing. Internal testing 'proving difficult' with no prospect of a beta yet was the feedback but that was some time ago. Beginning to think we might see Geswall 3.00 or x64 bit Defensewall first
Turns out that it IS actually 18.104.22.1681.
After download, the property box shows this as 22.214.171.1241.
It also has the same md5 (d15b0c0151438615012d161a25916913)
Great Deal I will charge it to my Master Card. I am good until march 14th 2013.Thank you LoneWolf.
This pic shows it supports 64bit
and even the system requirement page on zemena site shows it suppports 64 bit
edit - chris u mention full x64 support - whats missing now ?
Its here now.
Thanks. My old license would have expired in July. Now I'm good for another year.
So in other words its not an Anti-logger on 64 bit but has limited behavior based blocking. Try it against the leak tests, it fails them all. I notice you use KIS -PDM is much more effective against keyloggers on 64 bit if you select that option.
Thanx for the answers..i think il remove zemena till v2 comes out or till i switch from KIS
yeah, if you intended to pay for it in the first place.lol
What do you mean?
Giveaway ended.. now 25% discount available.
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