roger_m

Level 29
Verified
Content Creator
I've used Felix Enforcer before. It had a lock function which when enabled, would not allow any software to be installed on a computer, until it was unlocked. As someone who installs a lot of software, I didn't like it and uninstalled it.
 

Spawn

Administrator
Verified
Staff member
Words are used to lure in new users, I don't think they are able to offer more than existing alternatives.

Even consumers need military grade cyber security. Felix NGAV allows a consumer to have it affordably. In the Normal AV mode, the security of all applications on your computer is assured. In High Security mode, your system is locked down. This means that only the applications that you have used, malware free, will be permissible to run. This prevents any malware or hackers from causing you harm.
Stay with well known, trusted vendors.
 

Cleo

Level 1
No reply from the website contact email. Other links dead and their software's key server is unreachable. I guess that answers it. Goodbye Felix, I never knew you!

I've used Felix Enforcer before. It had a lock function which when enabled, would not allow any software to be installed on a computer, until it was unlocked. As someone who installs a lot of software, I didn't like it and uninstalled it.
I wonder if its really true they were getting (just) their whitelist from the Australian Signals Directorate. (That's Australia's NSA)
 
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