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Anyone using it now days? It's been a long time since I last had it in my setup.

It's 50% off on BDJ today so it's tempting me to buy :rolleyes: Wanted to hear peoples opinion on how it is lately, do you still use it? recommend it?

It's supposed to be compatible with 64 bit systems including W8. Here's the link to Bits http://www.bitsdujour.com/software/spyshelter-premium

Any thoughts?

Thanks

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Depending on security configuration, for instance if you have Kaspersky, EAM, EIS, Comodo, BDIS, avast!, and many other you actually don't need it.

Many have either BB or HIPS that will notice that suspicious types of behavior.

Even if you have only MBAM it will keep you protected.

Also based on your security configuration it can be case that SpyShelter is incompatible...

Not to forget that Zemana has free edition that rocks, and Zemana has proven to be good against real type threat while SpyShelther some times tend to fail.

For reference check MalwareResearchGroup. They test many home and business security solutions against loggers.

Here's interesting video.

Don't waste your money is what I meant to say.

Peace.

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I have to disagree with you. Zemana sucks, it doesn't even pass its own tests :lol: The 64bit is terrible.

SpyShelter is much better. Any how I just wanted to see if anyone is using it here nowdays, and they still find it agreeable.

Thanks for the info.

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I have to disagree with you. Zemana sucks, it doesn't even pass its own tests :lol: The 64bit is terrible.

SpyShelter is much better. Any how I just wanted to see if anyone is using it here nowdays, and they still find it agreeable.

Thanks for the info.

You are probably referencing on this issue with Windows 8 x64: link

We have actually already released a Windows 8 compatible version, it is available for download on our website, however starting with Windows 8 64-bit, Microsoft effectively closed any third party software from funning at Kernel level, in the system¼s core. This is where our sensors are based. In other words, this part of your computer is now guarded by your Windows 8.

To ensure protection on Windows 8 64-bit computers, we have added keystroke encryption functionality, advanced protection against SSL intruding financial malware and signature-based detection of information stealing malware. This gives you a hybrid protection, combining a number of defense mechanisms and ensures your system is safe.

AntiLogger on Win8 64bit systems will not alert you to most leak tests, but the leak test can not capture keystrokes and it does cover the most dangerous SSL Banker Trojans like Zeus and Torpig with behavioral analysis.

Take a look at their update log: Link

I'm not using Zemana, but having in mind Zemana has every year few giveaways plus solid number of users and free edition that is fully Windows 8 compatible,

also their paid version can be easily activated it is for me first choice. ;)

Also to mention their whitelist technology and high level of compatibility, you can stack in in almost every security configuration.

SpyShelter is good in being first to be fully compatible, although it tend to fail on real test instead of some slacky simulations.

This is only my opinion, if you think it's worth buying then all the best. :)

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Nope tested Zemana on W7 64 it caught nothing at the time. Also failed to detect its own test. It's virtually freeware as it's given away constantly.

I just like grabbing Lifetime Licenses when they go cheap :D Gives a nice choice of various future setups.

I probably won't get this one but still a little tempted.

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For instance this is my security on Windows 7:

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There is no need for me to add any extra real-time app as SpyShelter, Zemana or similar.

Having in mid that there is either giveaway or workaround solution for almost every security app buying comes only if you are using app for some time and like it so much that for you it becomes killer app.

Having good password manager is for me more important than backup security software.

Cheers.

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SpyShelter is a great software! I wonder if any of you guys have a crack or a keygen for SpyShelter Premium edition :)

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Deal extended for today also. I couldn't resist a Lifetime anti-logger license :rolleyes:

ande, How is Kaspersky AV and Outpost FW? I was considering this combo myself due to having licenses for them. ;)

I know they used to be incompatible, but that was years ago. So any compatibility problems now?

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Outpost is very compatible with Kaspersky, on few changelogs they stated increase of compatibility with Kaspersky Anti-Virus.

Be sure not to install their Anti-Malware component if you are using Outpost Security Suite. :)

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I might try their firewall, it gets mixed reviews over on Wilders, need to see for myself I guess....Opinions are like arseholes, everyoneone has one :-D

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Back in the day I found Outpost to be very good, just not too flexible. Probably void now. I would recommend Emsisoft Anti-Malware. That thing will catch anything. Plus, it's practically unnoticeable on the system.

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Back in the day I found Outpost to be very good, just not too flexible. Probably void now. I would recommend Emsisoft Anti-Malware. That thing will catch anything. Plus, it's practically unnoticeable on the system.

Yea, they still need to fix problems with FP, Kaspersky for instance is more pirate tolerant. :pirate:

Outpost is better integrated for x64 bit than OA, and thing is since EmSi bought it from TallEmu OA haven't changed a lot, they are now making new firewall, but that is some other story.

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Back in the day I found Outpost to be very good, just not too flexible. Probably void now. I would recommend Emsisoft Anti-Malware. That thing will catch anything. Plus, it's practically unnoticeable on the system.

Yea, they still need to fix problems with FP, Kaspersky for instance is more pirate tolerant. :pirate:

Outpost is better integrated for x64 bit than OA, and thing is since EmSi bought it from TallEmu OA haven't changed a lot, they are now making new firewall, but that is some other story.

Oh yeah, OA really pisse*d me off a couple of days ago. It blocked my torrents for no reason. (NWE firewall, you say? Do tell!)

I can always recommend Malware Defender as an ontbound-inbound firewall (works nicely with the stock one, I'm told). For a more advanced user, I think it's more than enough. In fact, I swish around my set-up a lot, and MD along with Sandboxie is the only one that seems to stay no matter what. No infections for a long time. :D

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