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<img src="http://www.nsanedown.com/images/logos/OnlineArmor.png" class="logo" alt="OnlineArmor" title="OnlineArmor" />Online Armor protects you when you're online, but it doesn't do it by checking the names of bad guys off a list. Instead, it offers a number of different layers of protection, starting with only allowing programs to run that you give permission. So, if you go to a dangerous website, something won't just start silently running. Online Armor's new personal firewall provides awesome protection from inbound threats and complete control of data leaving your computer for the internet. In standard mode, most decisions are made completely automatically based on Online Armor's whitelist - meaning that you never need answer a complex firewall prompt again.

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Anyone here take it to a run under x64? I already read it install at X:\Program Files(x86) and use 32 bit process, but wanna know if it is stable under x64 and if ALL features works under x64 without less protection. Sorry for to much questions, but i not have a x64 Win7 to test. THX

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According to the system requirements -

Online Armor currently runs on Windows XP SP3 (32bit), Vista SP2 (32bit) and 7 (32bit & 64bit).

Note: Product does not currently support the following operating systems:

Windows XP 64, Windows Vista 64, Windows 98/Me


Basically, 64bit is only supported for Windows 7.

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Listing updated. Added a list of major changes in this version.

Download the file now and it should install fine. Previous link was pointing to the old version.

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Full changelog:


Online Armor:

Online Armor ++:

Online Armor FREE:

Release - August 2010


OA++ doesn't update Emsisoft Definitions - fixed

Release - August 2010

General changes:

Online Armor installer contains all 3 Editions (Free, Premium, ++) and all languages.

An expired trial version converts to Free version.

Online Armor now officially supports Windows 7 64-bit.

Mail Shield has been removed.

Web Shield is available in Free version.


Network Discovery: ARP storm issue - fixed

Some internet connections are blocked in error for excluded programs - fixed

"Windows can't verify the publisher of this driver software" - fixed

Online Armor ++ trial says it will expire in 24 days - fixed

Cosmetic bugfixes/changes:

"All ports" option in context menu should read "Add all ports" - fixed

Antivirus scan text differs throughout GUI - fixed

No Hide Trusted checkbox is available in Hosts section - fixed

Text sizing in "Blocked programs" window is inconsistent with the rest of the GUI - fixed

Sentence in global hook alert got mixed up - fixed

Risk levels do not get translated in OAScan - fixed

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