Tobi

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http://www.anvisoft.com/product/anviadblocker.html

"Anvi Ad Blocker is a free tool that integrates several Ads blocking database, mainly designed to block pop-up ads, flash ads, advertising banners, malicious ads, phishing ads and some other unwanted ads. Besides antivirus program, to protect your PC security, you need a program that protects your PC from annoying advertisements since some malicious ads loads might infect your system with spyware or adware. Anvi Ad Blocker is designed to block all new forms of advertising with frequently database update."
 

Malware1

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After running and using "website blocking" function I lost internet connection. Does anyone else have similar problems?
 
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Plexx

Mine won't install it for some odd reason on the windows 7 basic. keeps freezing during process.

Is this product stable or is another of those unpolished ones?
 

Alice

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Anvi Ad Blocker , anvisoft dont really know when to stop.

failed to install on first try , Second Try installed and but
kept freezing browser and crashing ,

I rather my head set on fire than use this..................
 
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Plexx

After the 2nd try and still couldn't install. So what I did was done in 2 secs: Delete and Enter.

Once they release perhaps version 2.x I'll give it a try...
 

WinAndLinuxTutorials

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Tried it, right after I started it, internet disconnected. The page immediately loaded after closing Anvi "Ad" Blocker. It should be called Anvi Internet Blocker instead.
 

loveboy_lion

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I Think Anvisoft never even tried their own product before release
unable install on my laptop or even my wmware
I think instead of simplifying things they try to screw the users
Total crap and complete waste of time
 

samit

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was thinking of giving it a try....but after reading everyone reply.....i think i will stay away from it for now....
 
Is Anvisoft trying to be better than Malwarebytes or IObit or something? Right now I think that Anvisoft is rushing out their products which need improvement.

Update: In the system requirements section they forgot the 7 for Windows 7.
 

WinAndLinuxTutorials

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Thanks for telling us that loveboy_lion. :)
Here is the Default Windows 8 Release Preview Hosts file which I copied from a VM.

Code:
# Copyright (c) 1993-2009 Microsoft Corp.
#
# This is a sample HOSTS file used by Microsoft TCP/IP for Windows.
#
# This file contains the mappings of IP addresses to host names. Each
# entry should be kept on an individual line. The IP address should
# be placed in the first column followed by the corresponding host name.
# The IP address and the host name should be separated by at least one
# space.
#
# Additionally, comments (such as these) may be inserted on individual
# lines or following the machine name denoted by a '#' symbol.
#
# For example:
#
#      102.54.94.97     rhino.acme.com          # source server
#       38.25.63.10     x.acme.com              # x client host

# localhost name resolution is handled within DNS itself.
#	127.0.0.1       localhost
#	::1             localhost
My hosts file was really abnormal and had a total of almost 32000 lines, see the attachment.
 

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Alice

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ho we can say crap , its crap crap and more crap ,

and I see they are selling Cloud System Booster PRO now for $19.98

and once more their software is crap ...
 
Alice said:
their software is crap
At this point in time I wouldn't say that. The company is pretty young. The first time I even heard about Anvisoft was when Malware Geek on YouTube did a review on the beta of Smart Defender about 2-3 MONTHS ago. They are pretty young and just starting out. At this point I say they have potential and they need improvement. They'll receive good and bad reviews, and they'll at least try to satisfy their users.

Was I satisfied when I thought Smart Defender was doing a good job on my computer? Yes.
Was I satisfied when Smart Defender did poorly on Biozfear's test? No.
Was I satisfied when Cloud System Booster knocked off a couple of gigabytes on my hard drive? Yes.
Was I satisfied when Cloud System Booster delete the menu for Google Chome's "New Window", "Incognito Windows" options in my task bar? No.

All companies have it's ups and downs. And what ALL companies have done was Start.
 

Spawn

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Look on their Forums, they say they're planning to release a Pro-version, assuming it's paid. They just want your money.

As it's mentioned somewhere here before.
 

Anvisoft Rats

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$$$$ Anvisoft ,

''All companies have it's ups and downs''
Yes but most of Anvisoft software has more downs than ups.
and when there is a problem they so dont rush to fix it.

''And what ALL companies have done was Start.''
And what they need to do is finnish or get there act together,

And since I worked with then and for them I know how they respect
the comments and points of their user's, HA not .....

Anvisoft has only ever had one thing on their list of things to do

All Paid products ........... full stop......
 

Spirit

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If I remember right I have read something more about Anvisoft and anvisoft ratin other forum few months back :p
 
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Plexx

Malware Maniac said:
Is Anvisoft trying to be better than Malwarebytes or IObit or something? Right now I think that Anvisoft is rushing out their products which need improvement.

Update: In the system requirements section they forgot the 7 for Windows 7.
I did a review for their product. Results..... see for yourself. Link
 
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Plexx

Anvisoft Rats said:
$$$$ Anvisoft ,

''All companies have it's ups and downs''
Yes but most of Anvisoft software has more downs than ups.
and when there is a problem they so dont rush to fix it.

''And what ALL companies have done was Start.''
And what they need to do is finnish or get there act together,

And since I worked with then and for them I know how they respect
the comments and points of their user's, HA not .....

Anvisoft has only ever had one thing on their list of things to do

All Paid products ........... full stop......
What's the whole point of having paid products when their free versions are worse than an alpha release? Even if they do get customers, after a days they will spend more money on refunds than anything. Do this company have even though of listening to the users who previously tested their products? Note that I admire such users, because even as a beta tester I would have ditched the product and said come back to me when you have something concrete.