Compare Protection Best Anti-Executable in your opinion? - AppGuard, NVT ERP or VoodooShield ?

Which Is Best Anti-Executable: AppGuard, NVT ERP or VooDooShield ?

  • Blue Ridge AppGuard

    Votes: 41 25.3%
  • NoVirusThanks Exe Radar Pro

    Votes: 26 16.0%
  • VooDooShield

    Votes: 95 58.6%

  • Total voters
    162
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AppGuard, NoVirusThanks Exe Radar Pro, and VooDooShield
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Learning curve (Ease of Use), Graphical User Interface, Exclusive Features & Functionality

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#82
In fact, to be precise Appguard shouldn't be in this poll since it is SRP and not anti-exe.
Technically you are correct and AppGuard should be compared directly with Microsoft's AppLocker, Group Policy, Device Guard, and similar - and not any anti-executable or HIPS(-like) security soft.

However, most users do not distinguish between anti-executables and SRP and tend to lump them all together into a single group - which is technically incorrect. Therefore, the poll was made back then as only a very basic comparison.
 
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#83
Technically you are correct and AppGuard should be compared directly with Microsoft's AppLocker, Group Policy, Device Guard, and similar - and not any anti-executable or HIPS(-like) security soft.

However, most users do not distinguish between anti-executables and SRP and tend to lump them all together into a single group - which is technically incorrect. Therefore, the poll was made back then as only a very basic comparison.
In this situation should also add HIPS softwares...
 
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#91
Hi i am planing to buy no virusthank or appguard two cuestions
Where can buy appguard and how much?
Is no virus thanks continue developed
 

shmu26

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#95
Don't buy NVT ERP, because the free beta version is better than the old paid version. After install, untick "check for new version," because it will update you to the old, paid version.
http://downloads.novirusthanks.org/files/EXERadar_Pro_x86_x64_v3.1_24062015_BUILD1.exe
A new and greatly improved version is expected to come out fairly soon, but this beta is still good.
If you bought the paid version this year, you will get a free upgrade to the new version, when it comes out.
 
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#96
Don't buy NVT ERP, because the free beta version is better than the old paid version. After install, untick "check for new version," because it will update you to the old, paid version.
http://downloads.novirusthanks.org/files/EXERadar_Pro_x86_x64_v3.1_24062015_BUILD1.exe
A new and greatly improved version is expected to come out fairly soon, but this beta is still good.
If you bought the paid version this year, you will get a free upgrade to the new version, when it comes out.
How does one go about setting this app up?
 
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#97
Interesting. I really know if it continue develop because in their facebook page dont appear new improvements from 2016. No virus thanks will continue develop?
If i buy i recive updates for the next versions?

What about the link of appguard
 

shmu26

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#99
If you want to follow what's happening with NVT ERP, subscribe to the official thread at the other forum.
New Antiexecutable: NoVirusThanks EXE Radar Pro
There is also a lot of discussion there about configuring the software.
Here at MT, there is also a thread about these subjects:
NoVirusThanks EXE Radar Pro turns Freeware

IMHO you should use default settings, at least until you learn the software. Then you can start tweaking. If your system is clean, run it in learning mode for a while, it will save you a lot of headaches.
 

DeepWeb

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Brain.exe first and foremost. Don't run something that you don't know. I cannot make peace with anti-exe's. They work great for companies. But, they are just a tedious hell for anyone who plays video games on their computer. A game may run many executables in the background depending on what I decide to click in the game. And god help you if you like to use mods in games.

It's better to go with a brain.exe + good behavior blocker if you have lots of video games. If you don't, knock yourself out with any of the above. Can't go wrong with any of the ones listed in the poll. That's just my opinion tho.
 

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