Zemana SafeOnline

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by FOXP2, Jan 30, 2015.

  1. FOXP2

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    Coming soon...
    http://zemana.us/safeonline_features.php
    http://zemana.us/safeonlineEP_features.php

    Stay tuned.
     
  2. subhrobhandari

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    Zemana seems to be on a roll this year. :thumb:
     
  3. Rasheed187

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    Seems to be nothing but a new name for Zemana AntiLogger Free. So it's not a new product, if I'm correct.
     
  4. itman

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    Sounds like an armored browser along the lines of Bitdefender SafePay incorporating their existing antilogger pro features. Intelliguard feature only available with the paid Pro version.
     
  5. Yuki2718

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    Maybe server-client cooperational system like Trusteer?
     
  6. itman

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    Doubt it.

    What makes Trusteer unique is that if your financial organization supports it, the Trusteer software is also installed on its servers and a secure tunnel established between the client and the server. Most of the banks I have seen that use Trusteer have done so for years and don't see them switching from an outfit like IBM to one the likes of Zemana.
     
  7. Rasheed187

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    I don't know where you get that info from, when I look at the description, it seems to be a rebranding of Zemana AL free.
     
  8. Dark Star 72

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    Why don't you read the links FOXP2 provided - it's nothing like the free version at all. This is the link to the information page, it's more like Trusteer Rapport in what it's designed to do. It secures the link between customer and bank/financial site.

    http://zemana.us/safeonlineEP_features.php
     
  9. itman

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    Maybe this will shed some light. Note the point it will not be a retail product. So Yuki2718 was on the right track. Software will probably be a client/server setup most likely on a dedicated corporate network.

    SafeOnline Endpoint Presentation
    This presentation shows keystroke protection providing stability, reliability and compatibility for large companies providing financial, insurance, medical, eshopping and services only.
    SafeOnline Endpoint provides a safe path for delivering keystrokes directly and only into the application which they are intended for. It is the world's first keystroke protection solution that addresses the key issues of stability and compatibility, common challenges for a solution that substitutes sensitive data with a non-sensitive equivalent (token). Combined with a solid security posture it allows for a worry-free deployment on a large scale as it protects millions of users world-wide that regularly log in to banks, investment accounts, insurance programs and medical accounts. SafeOnline Endpoint consists of three modules: KeyCrypt, SSL Protection and IntelliGuard.


    Zemana's SafeOnline Endpoint is not a retail product.

     
  10. Rasheed187

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    Then I misunderstood, I thought there would be two different products (End-user and Endpoint). And when I look at the features, it offers the same as ZAL Free, except for IntelliGuard, which is only offered in ZAL Pro.
     
  11. itman

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    I think there will be a retail version also. Additionally suspect it won't be free. No details on the Zemana web site on what the retail version will include. But I suspect again it will be the existing AL product housed in some type of armored browser.
     
  12. Dark Star 72

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    It seems there are two different 'products' - one at the bank and one on the users computer to make a sucure link. I don't think it is anything like Zemana AL free, that is why I asked Emre in the Zemana AntiMalware beta thread if someone from Zemana could drop in here and give us a bit more information on it and how it will work.
     
  13. Rasheed187

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    This is what I don't understand, how can you say it won't be anything like ZAL Free, when it offers almost the exact features. I believe the "end-user" product might be offered for free by banks. Zemana will make money by selling the "endpoint" product to businesses. It will not be an armored browser, but a standalone tool like ZAL Free and Pro, but without the anti-logger and HIPS feature.
     
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