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PREVX SafeOnline for free (value 14,95 $)
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February 3, 2010
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Prevx SafeOnline protects you while banking, shopping, social networking, tweeting, or just surfing

He is compatible with all leading anti-virus software but is not yet compatible with Windows 64bit PC's for the moment.

Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, Windows 7.

The link of the promo page : http://www.prevx.com/safebook.asp?rkw=facebook&sessionid=265AF9A1-6907-4A66-A5EB-D78304C0E199&tr=4367&pn=routes 

If anyone have use this soft, let us know what you think !Embarassed

February 3, 2010
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is it similar to keyscrambler or zemana antilogger?!

(I will also check that soon)

February 3, 2010
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How did you find such amazing software.In a test of around 100+ antiviruses+suites,it was the only Laughwho detected on scan and one of arounnd 10 to block it on running.It makes prevx 3,frontline product etc.-ultimate.Even after severely infected Safeonline will keep you safe at least online.Norton,Bitdefender and Trendmicro,A squared blocked only after it ran.Most costly suites bite the dustYell

February 4, 2010
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Jeanjean, jumbi, Ruchir 9897

If you visit http://info.prevx.com/safehelp.asp you can find out the difference between the free & paid versions of this app & decide if the free version is adequately feature rich for you.

Based upon that reading I decided to let this pass.

Thanks Jeanjean

Ramesh

February 4, 2010
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@ Ruchir9897 & Ramesh

Apparently, the program makes it possible to detect, but not to eradicate the malwares (following the indications given, one can however find them most of the time… I think).
Protection Internet seems to be its most interesting function.
If you can't eradicate, you can use the trial of Prevx 3.0 maybe !?Embarassed

February 4, 2010
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Jeanjean – Oh no that's not the issue. The free version allows you to activate protection for yourself of only 1 website whereas paid version allows you to be protected from all websites.

Friend – kindly go through & you'd find that the number of websites you are allowed to protect yourself from is either one or very few whereas if you take the paid version it is more practical simply because it offers protection from everyone.

I would reason that if I have to walk down a dark & lonely street in the dead of night I'd like to be protected from all stalkers & not just one!:wink:

Ramesh

February 4, 2010
9:24 AM
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@Ramesh

Sorry, but it's not a free version but a promo !

If you install the programme and look at the parameters in particular for Safe On Line, there is a real protection for internet !

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February 4, 2010
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Ramesh Kumar said:

Jeanjean – Oh no that's not the issue. The free version allows you to activate protection for yourself of only 1 website whereas paid version allows you to be protected from all websites.

Friend – kindly go through & you'd find that the number of websites you are allowed to protect yourself from is either one or very few whereas if you take the paid version it is more practical simply because it offers protection from everyone.

I would reason that if I have to walk down a dark & lonely street in the dead of night I'd like to be protected from all stalkers & not just one!:wink:

Ramesh


Sorry brother Ramesh,looks like you have met communist leaders and live on moon.Who said you free version will protect one site,paid others.PLz plz dont spoil India's reputation.The page you read said when you had installed prevx3 shareware+u want additional safeonline u will have to pay additionally.Simple.Now free safeonline if exists,my dear only in ur dreams.Only shareware version-total 1.Yell

                                                      You are talking of free prev3,it also exists in mind-for everybody.It will outline all problems and if there it will remove 3 selected trojans-name dont remember+MBR,Rest all viruses,trojans etc,have a party.I dont know if it is worth keeping.Cry

                                                       Jeanjean only said safeonline,and that is shareware which if downloaded by that link will be same,on other days,this link expired,one will shell money on this.Jeanjean has discovered a splendid job and Protection will automatically be populated for Prevx-configured domains, including Prevx, CleverBridge, and government/military websites. 

 Quite powerful simple,lightweight,great online security.Laugh

February 4, 2010
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Jeanjean said:

@ Ruchir9897 & Ramesh

Apparently, the program makes it possible to detect, but not to eradicate the malwares (following the indications given, one can however find them most of the time… I think).
Protection Internet seems to be its most interesting function.
If you can't eradicate, you can use the trial of Prevx 3.0 maybe !?Embarassed


How does this matter Mr. Genius,thanks for helping although I cant install for at least 6 months.So, how does it matter,it does what it is made to do,let trojans etc. try to hijack the browser.You will be safe by their secure browsing algorithms.About Prevx3,its site said on that day Prevx3 found 5400 approx more trojans/viruses etc than Norton some 7000-8000 more than Avira,AVG etc.So if you are looking for the best anti-malawre,not AV it is better than A-squared,Malawarebytes etc. as among 106 top AVs only this found this crypted trojan as also blocked it before damage.It is something boss.

                                                                  When are you posting link of free Prevx 3,dear friend.

                                                              Take care

February 4, 2010
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Thank you from Belgium for the flowers Ruchir9897.Embarassed

February 7, 2010
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Dear Jeanjean & ruchir9897,
Please accept my deepest apologies because honestly I did not mean to hurt but ended up wounding feelings inadvertently. It was stupid of me & I therefore owe you an explanation.

By explaining I am not trying to justify that I blooped royally.:cry:I am feeling worse than what I inadvertently made you feel.:cry:

I misunderstood because the site sometimes referred to PREVX SafeOnline & sometimes to SafeOnline.I visited their products tab & found that they have 2 products – PrevX 3.0 & SafeOnline

Upon surfing http://info.prevx.com/safehelp.asp I only compounded my stupid misunderstanding because & it said & I quote "Configuration for all HTTPS websites – This configuration option allows a registered user to protect all HTTPS websites by default.":oops:

I referred to this quote with a helpful spirit but I guess my misunderstanding only got compounded & I had by then gone completely downhill.:oops:

Sorry. Jeanjean & ruchir9897 but this is indeed a great find for everyone & an essential part of everyone's security toolkit::oops:

God I feel awful about my incorrect understanding.

Ramesh

February 7, 2010
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I think that's the most heartfelt apology I've seen, Ramesh! But on to PrevX. It sits well alongside my real-time AV (A2) and my browser virtualiser Geswall. However, after installing it, I noticed that I was having problems loading pages on Firefox. The settings were set to "maximum" protection. Once I dropped them to "medium" (which I concede may well render its installation obsolete), the load problems stopped and all are playing happily alongside one another. But I've done a few checks online about this product, and it definitely gets the nod from those in the know, so I'll stick with it. Smile

Hi-diddly-ho, Ozzie must go … See you round, dotTechies!
February 7, 2010
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Hey thanks Ozzie for your empathy as well as usage insight.I feel better now & hope that I've made Jeanjean & ruchir 9897 feel better too!:smile:

1) Oh in the event of an issue is it uninstallable? Pls let me know.
2) Is the install exe called PREVXFACEBOOK.Exe. The facebook name was curious so I asked you:smile:
3) I was puzzled because the software on the product page is called SafeOnline (without the preface PREVX) whereas its exe is called by a totally different name which was an unusual occurrence::???:

Is it ok? Shall I proceed Ozzie?Sorry to bother you.:smile:

Ramesh

February 7, 2010
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Ramesh Kumar said: Is it ok? Shall I proceed Ozzie?


Hi Ramesh. Well, I don't see why not. It's extremely light on system resources – no noticeable spike at all. So that's always a plus. The "facebook" on the end of the .exe file had me confused too, but it does provide full browser coverage. It detected both the Firefox and IE that I have on my system and automatically protected them. You can configure it to suit your browsing needs – another plus. It also has a malware scanner, but bear in mind that it can detect but not delete unless you pay for the whole AV package. But if it does pick anything up, you can always check it with your preferred and already installed AV. I'm very happy with it. So far so good (once I set the configuration to medium, that is). So I say go for it. I don't know about the uninstall part of your question as I haven't had to that thus far. But I think if you have a product like Revo, you should be right if it proves problematic. Hope this helps!

Hi-diddly-ho, Ozzie must go … See you round, dotTechies!
February 7, 2010
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Ramesh Kumar said:

Dear Jeanjean & ruchir9897,
Please accept my deepest apologies because honestly I did not mean to hurt but ended up wounding feelings inadvertently. It was stupid of me & I therefore owe you an explanation.

By explaining I am not trying to justify that I blooped royally.:cry:I am feeling worse than what I inadvertently made you feel.:cry:

I misunderstood because the site sometimes referred to PREVX SafeOnline & sometimes to SafeOnline.I visited their products tab & found that they have 2 products – PrevX 3.0 & SafeOnline

Upon surfing http://info.prevx.com/safehelp.asp I only compounded my stupid misunderstanding because & it said & I quote "Configuration for all HTTPS websites – This configuration option allows a registered user to protect all HTTPS websites by default.":oops:

I referred to this quote with a helpful spirit but I guess my misunderstanding only got compounded & I had by then gone completely downhill.:oops:

Sorry. Jeanjean & ruchir9897 but this is indeed a great find for everyone & an essential part of everyone's security toolkit::oops:

God I feel awful about my incorrect understanding.

Ramesh


You did nothing wrong Mr. Ramesh,u dont have to feel.Sometimes we are so soaked up in analysing so many things we cant see everything,just that but you always try to help everybody whatever time you are able to get.your analysis is strong and approach very benign to others

                                                    I contradicted you bcoz if anyone really needing  browsing protection  accepts  technically  wrong  facts ,he will be away from this good offer and it is probably new,but looks to be a great answer to online threats.Its work limited but good I can interpolate.I had nothing ever against you but its non-usage by people needing phishing security etc.You are and will be helpful,and only bcoz of this you posted your observations

February 7, 2010
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Ramesh Kumar said:

Hey thanks Ozzie for your empathy as well as usage insight.I feel better now & hope that I've made Jeanjean & ruchir 9897 feel better too!:smile:

1) Oh in the event of an issue is it uninstallable? Pls let me know.
2) Is the install exe called PREVXFACEBOOK.Exe. The facebook name was curious so I asked you:smile:
3) I was puzzled because the software on the product page is called SafeOnline (without the preface PREVX) whereas its exe is called by a totally different name which was an unusual occurrence::???:

Is it ok? Shall I proceed Ozzie?Sorry to bother you.:smile:

Ramesh

Mr Ramesh,if you kindly check the link by Jeanjean,the link contains word facebook meaning the link is provvided to Facebook users to promote facebook and so specialised version is made.difference is it recognizes serial no. issued to this promotion,general,normal is same,wont recognize this serial no. I guess.Since site is same,it cannot be malific.No third part download this is.

                                                          I dont see any need to uninstall it if u install it.As Ozzie said,revo is enough for almost everyone.if not you can install free Ashampoo Uninstaller 2010 and reinstall it again.Ashampoo 2010 will watch for every change create a log file and uninstall it perfectly later.Never use Total Uninstall,it the silliest thing on earth and payware too.


February 7, 2010
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Hi Ramesh,

Sorry I'm late to answer…
Completely of agreement with Ozzie, but the excuses were useless.
Everyone (me including) can have one moment of distraction.
For my part, I tested the program and I had some difficulties at a moment (not in the beginning) which initially obliged me to regulate it in a less strict way (since the possibility exists), then to uninstal it temporarily.
I am unaware if the problems were related to an update of Avast 5 or Safe Online.
As soon as I have one moment, I reinstall it to see there more clearly, the more so as Ruchir9897 does not announce any problem.

Best regards.

February 8, 2010
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Thanks Jeanjean & ruchir 9897 for your kind words & also for more clarification regarding SafeOnline.:smile:

Thanks Ozzie for clarifications regarding SafeOnline.:smile:

ruchir9897 – thanks for the splendid tip about Ashampoo Uninstaller 2010 & its feature of watching for every change, creating a log file and delivering perfect uninstalls later because of this good practice.I'll install this app & make it a point not to install Total Uninstall ever.:smile:

Ramesh

February 9, 2010
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False alarm!

I reinstalled it, parameterized and noted that, by defect, the program launches a scan each day at 8:00.

I worried unnecessarily about a too important use of the CPU.Confused

February 9, 2010
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It's "by default" and not "by defect" of course !Embarassed

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