SANTOS7 Threatfire Question.

  MeandHer 00:19 04 Oct 07
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SANTOS7
Fri, [email protected]:56

Well its on me PC doing what ever it does so i'll give it a fair go and tell ya how i get on...
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Hi SANTOS7
How did you get on with threatfire?
Sorry if you have replied to this before but I can't find a post from you.

  MeandHer 18:29 04 Oct 07

Come on SANTOS7 let us no how you got on.

  SANTOS7 19:32 04 Oct 07

Hi guys, Nearly forgot all about it to be quite honest.

Ran prog for a week and basically it did NOTHING, it reported no malware movement on my PC, although i consider my PC to be as clean as i can get it i would have expected some sort of response.
At this moment in time i would have to say it is not going to make any diference if you have this prog installed or not, i have uninstalled it in favour of the progs i have had for some time now and consider to be more than adequate in the fight against spy/malware..

These are they...


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i am sure most of you will have these

  MeandHer 19:43 04 Oct 07

Many thanks SANTOS7

  Probabilitydrive 19:44 04 Oct 07

I also ran threatfire on my Vista machine for 2 days and uninstalled it. Its rootkit scan found entries, declared as 'high risk' (I think they belonged to Kasperskys I-net security suite 7) again, I couldn't verify/dismiss this piece of info.

I can't see what extra layer threatfire is supposed to provide to my security applications;
Kaspersky 7
SpywareDoctor
AdAware
Spybot SD
WinDef

Unless there is a focus and a clear selling idea of its (unique) features, it'll sink.

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