From LMT AntiMalware
- Apr 11, 2020
I don't use any tricks in this video, I just want to see if my software can block malware
Homepage: LMT Anti Logger - A software helps protect you from malware
We always like suggestions for tools to be tested in the Hub, but from our previous internal tests, this is not one of those we consider at the moment. That dosen't mean we can't change our mind, because we might actually take another look down the road ( can't say when ) as the developer is active. Personal I like the presentation/test videos, as they are very well made.Someone should test it in Malware Hub for a few weeks, and how will it perform offline.
Does your computer have Visual C ++ and .Net 4.7 installed? And I don't understand this: it just didn`t want to installthe problem is I can`t give you any feedback. because it wouldn`t want to install. i use clean install of win 10 HE x64. it just didn`t want to install. ran it as admin. any thoughts/ ideas on this?
win 10 HE x64
There is no need to apologize, you are offering a free service and it is I that I thank you. As posted above I probably caused the installation glitch myself.Hi @VecchioScarpone ,
I am very sorry to hear about the problem you have with my software. I use my software every day to make sure it is working properly and that I can find its bugs as soon as possible.
Because this is a 1-man project, I do not have the resources to test on many different environments. I hope you understand.
And I would be very grateful if you can go to Event Viewer and search with the keyword LMT Anti Logger, select the Error item as shown below. This can help me fix this error in next versions.
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I have to agree with @harlan4096 . VoodooShield with Microsoft Defender is a good combo and probably won't cause any issues, but Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit can be ditched when you tweak the Windows built in anti-exploit settings. Maybe Microsoft Defender with Hard_Configurator and VoodooShield would be worth trying.I am beta testing DD. Will I keep it? Time will tell. As for Malwarebytes Anti Exploit, I can't get myself to uninstall it.
Happy with the rest.
I appreciate your feedback. I did look into Hard Configurator but it is above my pay grade. I don't understand the way Windows protect folder works, It is confusing to me.I have to agree with @harlan4096 . VoodooShield with Microsoft Defender is a good combo and probably won't cause any issues, but Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit can be ditched when you tweak the Windows built in anti-exploit settings. Maybe Microsoft Defender with Hard_Configurator and VoodooShield would be worth trying.