The regular value of the package is $40 and the codes are per PC, for one year.
Besides the firewall module the Premium version of Online Armor
sports an impressive batch of security layers designed to protect
Windows Registry from unauthorized access, detect keyloggers and
generally all malicious activity on your system.
The features of the suite enable you to run your online financial
transactions in the safest manner possible through its Banking Mode, get
notifications for intrusions or shady endeavors from various installed
Online Armor Premium is quite easy to handle even by the less
experienced users. Its automatic learning mode and initial configuration
drastically reduces the amount of alerts you have to deal with to.
This is also achieved through OASIS (Online Armor Software
Information Service), a database listing programs that are safe to run
on the computer and a set of known malicious programs. The list also
includes websites of banks and financial institutions safe to browse to,
which helps when running the suite in Banking Mode.
You can enable “install mode” when putting a new program on the
system, so that installation routines do not constantly trigger pop ups.
RunSafer is a particularly handy option that lets you restrict the
permissions of a program to those of a limited user account, despite the
fact that you’re running with administrator rights. For a deeper look
at the features of Online Armor Premium and the results of our tests you
can head to our review page.
You have a week to post your message here : http://news.softpedia.com/news…..0372.shtml…
… until Friday 20th, so that you can also test the program for a pertinent opinion.
Don't forget that they need a valid contact email address.
[This post was submitted to dotTech by Jeanjean. I take no credit for it. I have only moved it to the forums.]
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