Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by FOXP2, Dec 30, 2014.
You are welcome
As this is such a generous offer I ordered two 1 year licenses (for two laptops). However, I have only received 1 license key.
I emailed support but have had no response yet.
Brilliant support from Zemana and especially @ida15.
I am now all sorted with my two licenses.
Hi, it would be nice if Zemana Pro would have a "Purge" buttom for outdated rules followed by an option to remove them.
Nice idea though I never looked at rules at all. Should we check them?
Not really. There is no editing, configuring or manipulation of a rule other than Delete and change of status (block, allow).
But things can get cluttered.
I usually check them every now and then and delete those for programs I know I've uninstalled.
I also sort on the Description column, check the Process Name and Activity, and delete the duplicates with earlier Date/Time stamps.
One might think this is excessive compulsive. One would be correct.
Do obsolete rules decrease performance?
Obsolete rules may decrease performance by 1/100 sec.
A Purge buttom will just keep the rules list look tidy, I think Zemana Pro should have one.
p.s. the look of the GUI is alright with me, it has it's own style.
It depends with what frequency that delay is repeated.
Though when I had ZAL pro (and I will have it again for sure) I never noticed even 1 ms delay.
Yes I agree, every HIPS should have this.
What a great offer for Thanksgiving; any possibility of such an offer again for Christmas?
-Thanks, we will definitely take this into consideration.
-Probably It is Xmas after all
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It would definitely be more impressive to Zemana Pro users to have a Purge and Remove Obsolete Rules buttom and it would make the program look even more professional.
For example, Comodo Firewall which is a freeware has Purge and Remove Obsolete Rules buttom for many years for it's Firewall and Defense+ rules etc; so actually it's a bit strange that Zemana Pro doesn't have one !
Maybe they consider it not so critical?
Does Zemana antilogger work with Google Chrome Canary? it installs in AppData
I've just confirmed with Armagan, Zemana's devoted and tireless QA/Support Engineer, that AntiLogger Premium (aka Pro) detects and blocks MouseJack.
So, even if a Nordic Semiconductor nRF24L device is unsupported by a firmware update, protection is available. Other than going wired.
(FYI: see the MouseJack thread for links to Logitech's convoluted firmware update procedure.)
So ZAL FREE does not?
I used their Web contact form for my initial inquiry and selected AntiLogger, not AntiLogger Free, in the product pull-down. You can interpret that as, "I don't know. Or care." I doubt it; Premium is far more sophisticated than Free.
IMHO the free product should not even be named anything-logger; it's keystroke encryptor and SSL monitor only, just two of Premium's many superb layered components.
Free users should make their own inquiry about MouseJack and post up in the Free thread.
Zemana Antilogger hasn't been updated in more than a year. Is the software abandoned?
Is there any plan to integrate Zemana Antilogger features into Zemana Antimalware PRO?
What is the future for Zemana Antilogger?
As the requirements list XP thu 8.1 32 & 64, ZAL Pro otherwise needs no update as it's pretty well ironed out, not buggy and functionally ideal. I monitor consistent connectivity to their cloud and local db files are updated regularly. In fact, on my system just 32 minutes ago. (FYI: Keystroke Logging Protection and SSL Intrusion Prevention for Windows 10 and below is available with ZAL Free, updated April 30.)
And I think the Zemana team is totally clocked-up with its every-other day or two ZAM update.
Then again, it would be nice to hear from ida15 or Emre. I seriously hope they have no intention of implementing a typical stark unadorned ugly "modern" GUI.
So the pro version still doesn't work on Win10?
I think they should merge both apps.
Interesting you want to merge one that hasn't been updated in more than a year with one that's been updated over ten times so far this year.
It's possible the combination of ZAM and ZAL Free in Windows 10, "The most secure Windows ever - MS," might eliminate the need for a stand-alone ZAL Premium. That premise might best be scrutinized in the ZAM thread.
[off topic]I snagged a ZAM license back in the beta days and then ran the first three of four stable releases. I wasn't particularly sympathetic with its dependence on OpenDNS. There have been almost 40 stable releases since that first public in February 2015; users are still beta testers IMHO. I might re-visit it once such protracted development attains... well, stability.[/off topic]
I think they spend all of their time on ZAM. If you're not satisfied with ZAL, you can take a look at SpyShelter which is pretty good, perhaps even better for power users.
Disregarding all the adulation over v2 AntiLogger (aka AntiMalware Plus) and the current offering of free licensing via a google group subscription:
I've confirmed with Zemana support that the v1.9 license can be used to activate v2 Trial.
But this is about v1.9 Pro. Yes, I know it's Premium. But it got socially tagged as Pro when Free (which wasn't anti-anything) was released and Zemana had not yet gotten around to calling it Premium.
I was unable to confirm if future purchased v2 licenses will be capable of activation in v1.9. I'm going to make that inquiry when the first of my two licenses expires in late Q1 of next year. If not, then one should acknowledge that v1.9 has reached End-of-life.
For Windows 8.1 and down users and up until license expiration, core v1.9 protections continue to be viable even if threats.zdb updates and IntelliGuard Cloud (VirusTotal API) are terminated. Keep in mind the latter two were enhancements to the Premium v1.x core mission. Their purpose was to aid in determining the exact nature of a detection and to assess it as safe or threat and populate the alert popup with data of greater precision. With the zdb file for instant local known-stuff look-up and to reduce network traffic. As well, one could choose to disable 'em altogether.
v1.9 is dead. Long live v1.9!