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How to get Free License Key for Ashampoo Anti-Malware

Discussion in 'Your Review' started by f1asko, Jun 28, 2011.

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  1. f1asko

    f1asko New Member

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    Hello guys! In this video I going to show you how to get free license key for Ashampoo Anti-Malware!
    So,enjoy!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TIHOBnZ6jig&feature=channel_video_title
     
  2. amazon

    amazon New Member

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    It is easy.
    You can see here:
    http://www.safecn.net/the-methods-to-get-free-6-months-ashampoo-antimalware.html
     
  3. Jack

    Jack Administrator MalwareTips Staff

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    I'm sorry but in my opinion Ashampoo Anti-Malware doesn't came even closer to Emsisoft overall prevention capabilities.
    Apart from the Ikarius engine Emsisoft has as a second line of defense a powerful and mature behavior blocker (Mamutu), Ashampoo will monitor the computer for some system changes,that's sort off a intrusion prevention system but it can't be compared with a HIPS like Defense+.
    [​IMG]
    Anyway good review , and thank you:D
     
  4. NathanF1

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    Thank you for your review, F1asko.

    I used it for a while, out of curiosity - I suppose I wanted to see how comparable it is with EAM and whether I can rely on it when my Emsisoft license expires.

    To start with, I disabled the On-access scanner almost straight away, because it had measurable impact on performance, strike one of sorts. Compared to other real-time guards, this was in the painful to watch category, and I would generally tend to tolerate a reasonable slowdown for the sake of my security. Sadly, there are no options on the level of real-time protection - on execution, when created or modified, on read access, like in EAM, nor was there an extension filter, so there would be no way to modify the sensitivity of the scanner.

    I then had to disable the automatic launch of AAM for the same reason - slow startup. I suppose this was a result of the early 5.0 EAM gene pool - having to carry a hefty load around.

    The rootkit scan would go almost as fast as PrevX [and I'm trying really hard to comprehend how PrevX's rootkit scan could be so quick] and was actually way faster than EAM's trace scanner. Scanning was fairly slow, but EAM have never utilised trickery [persistent caches, etc.] to speed their scans. True to EAM form, it was very thorough.

    Still though, the protection covers BHO, ADS scanner, Winsock-LSP, HOSTS file checker, ActiveX installations. There are also the ever present Internet traces cleaner and file wiper.

    Another slight issue was the lag experienced with the GUI, something I've hardly seen with Ashampoo applications, which have always had almost unnatural lightness and responsiveness to user interactions.

    Overall, I wasn't really impressed by AAM. I expected a fresh GUI twist on the dependable and convincing feature set of Emsisoft, but to me this is a somewhat mediocre attempt at re-badging.
     
  5. McLovin

    McLovin Well-Known Member

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    Good reveiw. I have never used this company but I will try it a VM.
     
  6. Umbra Polaris

    Umbra Polaris Security Configuration Expert MalwareTips Staff

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    and EAM use 2 engines , Ikarus and a self-made one.
     

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