- Nov 15, 2017
This setup may cause performance issues, system instability or conflicts between programs, and can hinder the effectiveness of the installed antivirus products.
Which version are you using?I am not using the current version of osarmor, is it the same?
I am not using the current version of osarmor, is it the same?
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It's fun to test different Av products but believe me the less is better. testing different Avs is waste of time just pick smth free like Kaspersky (smth robust) and stick with it for months no need to add this or that.
Playing with windows security makes you mentally sick cuz there is no end to it and you can always find new tools and ideas on how to secure it (partially).
I think it's better to use Microsoft OS for work and entertainment, the purpose of windows is usability, not security.
Also, don't listen to ppl in the MT forum. they wasted lots of time on the security aspects of life (no offense sorry guys).
we all can do better things than securing windows like reading books, watch shows, spend time with family or friends and .............. .
Why risk? Works on the latest version of Windows is quite normal. Failures are quite possible in the future, but so far it works quite normally and correctly.You are using the last free version of OSA ?
I believe OSA version 184.108.40.206 was the last free, but it's no longer maintained by NVT, so it's more like a security risk at all
Vulnerabilities that could be exploited are still possible. Actually quite ironic to use the outdated version of the software that is meant to mitigate the risk of exploits. I would just spend the money to support the dev and get the new version or simply use free alternatives like H_C.Why risk? Works on the latest version of Windows is quite normal. Failures are quite possible in the future, but so far it works quite normally and correctly.
Nothing is new under the Moon. Remember that in Shakespeare? That is why an outdated anti-exploit program can work quite well, since there has not been anything drastically new in terms of penetration techniques lately Developer support is good! But $ 20 for 1 license for 1 pc for a year is a rather high price, since almost at the same price you can buy Kaspersky antivirus for a year, and for 2 PCs at once, or Norton 360 Standard for 1 PC, or Eset antivirus for 1 PC. And then all this in each case will cost 4-5 dollars cheaper. It is strange that the program for additional protection to help the antivirus costs more than the antivirus itself Of course, NVT is a small company, cannot be compared with Kaspersky Lab or Eset, but nevertheless, the price of a license for home use cannot be slightly less than the price of a corporate license ... OSArmor is a good addition for computers in corporate networks, I do not think that a large number of ordinary users use this software or even know about it at all.Vulnerabilities that could be exploited are still possible. Actually quite ironic to use the outdated version of the software that is meant to mitigate the risk of exploits. I would just spend the money to support the dev and get the new version or simply use free alternatives like H_C.
I myself am currently using version 1.4.3. As long as it is compatible and not a problem, why not use it? And when failures begin, then you can uninstall. I would switch to the current version 1.6, but the price confuses me, and I have already said why. If a license for home use was half the price than it is now, I would buy it only to support the developer (since in 2 years of using the program, it worked for me only 2 times and then with false positives).