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January 28, 2010
7:17 PM
Pwnana
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Online armor is a pretty dang good security suite, and definitely better than the free most people are using =P. http://blog.giveawayoftheday.com/online-armor-on-gotd/

I dont have much more to say about this…

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January 29, 2010
5:34 AM
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So I heard =P.

January 29, 2010
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UPDATE:

Instead of going to the above site which will ask you to download and run the software within the giveaway period, users can follow the below mentioned site which will ask you to create an account with online-armor and then they gona send the license key into your e-mail address. Just got mine within few minutes. Best of luck everyone and here is the link to follow:

http://www.tallemu.com/gaotd-813-te.php

Thanks.

January 29, 2010
5:13 AM
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Just read the "readme" file downloaded from giveawaysoftheday website which say to register it within giveaway period so still after getting the key we all have to register it within giveaway period.

January 29, 2010
12:46 PM
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Terms & Conditions

  • Online Armor supports Windows XP and Windows Vista and Windows 7 (32-bit)
  • YOU DO NOT NEED TO INSTALL TODAY. We are giving away normal commercial licences as part of this promotion.
  • Paid licences can be activated at any time; subscription starts from date of first activation
  • 64bit operating systems are not supported.
  • FREE licences not activated within 30 days will be disabled.
January 29, 2010
3:59 PM
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What I found out by a little google searching (and verified afterwards to the official site) is that its a compatible suite with most other classic antivirus programs!

If you want together of course…

January 29, 2010
8:51 PM
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It says that its "one of the best firewalls, if not the best, combined with Emsisoft's virus scanning." (paraphrased) I already have ASquared (which uses the same scanners as OA) from the previous promotion, and Comodo firewall, which proved in recent tests to be THE best firewall, so would it be worth it to add OA to my arsenal?

I think Emsisoft actually makes both, or at least endorses OA, cuz it uses their scanner and they have it as a product on their site.

It also says that its not just free OA++, its a 59.95 discount on ALL purchases, so if I already have the antivirus part, I could instead get 3 years of just the firewall.

"64bit operating systems are not supported." nevermind… >_>

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January 29, 2010
9:11 PM
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Going of this test, they're pretty much the same. I found OA a lot easier to use. If your happy with Comodo just stick with that, won't cost you anything. On a side note have you read http://dottech.org/tipsntricks…..nest/10032.

I don't know if anythings changed since then.

edit, argh you edited your post while I was typing. I really need to type faster.

January 30, 2010
11:57 AM
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Thats called ninja'd my friend =P.

And yea I read it, but I dont use any personal info on this computer that could be potentially harmful if in the wrong hands (bank accounts, credit cards etc.). Also, the eula for Comodo internet security (of which the firewall is part) specifically says "non-personally identifiable information", so I think im fine. While it still bothers me, I am running win7 64bit, and I dont have many choices when it comes to quality firewalls, as you can see by my above post :frown:.

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January 30, 2010
12:30 PM
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@Pwnana: Have you looked into Outpost? While it doesn't have the HIPs of Comodo/OA it is still pretty good. It also supports 64-bit.

January 30, 2010
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I used to use outpost. I hated it :frown:. It gave me almost no control over firewall, and did some really annoying things when I played a fullscreen game. Even if I turned off the setting, it would still interrupt to say something about fullscreen.

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