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Overkill

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Hey guys,
I was wondering what the ram/cpu usage is with the free version and has anyone had any issues with it like BSOD's?
I am thinking of trying OA free + EAM
 
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I am using OA premium so maybe OA free will use less resources since it has less features.

You will have BSODs if you have Virtual Box installed

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Tomin2009

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Umbra Corp. said:
I am using OA premium so maybe OA free will use less resources since it has less features.

You will have BSODs if you have Virtual Box installed

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I am wonderding what kind of tool are you using to check PID and something like this on you screenshot? Obviously it's not task manager .
 
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Tomin2009 said:
I am wonderding what kind of tool are you using to check PID and something like this on you screenshot? Obviously it's not task manager .

This is Process Hacker, Comodo Killswitch was originally based on it. :D
 

loveboy_lion

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Tomin2009 said:
I am wonderding what kind of tool are you using to check PID and something like this on you screenshot? Obviously it's not task manager .

You Can also View PID and other information you want using Taskmanager just open Taskmanager > View > Select Columns


 

Tomin2009

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Umbra Corp. said:
Tomin2009 said:
I am wonderding what kind of tool are you using to check PID and something like this on you screenshot? Obviously it's not task manager .

This is Process Hacker, Comodo Killswitch was originally based on it. :D

Thanks:)


loveboy_lion said:
Tomin2009 said:
I am wonderding what kind of tool are you using to check PID and something like this on you screenshot? Obviously it's not task manager .

You Can also View PID and other information you want using Taskmanager just open Taskmanager > View > Select Columns



Thank you very much:D
 

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I don't have VirtualBox installed, but I get this message. :huh: How do I get around this?


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You will have BSODs if you have Virtual Box installed
 
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never installed? if installed once maybe you should check in "non-plug & play drivers" for leftovers..
 

tapoo

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@Umbra.....
it has WebShield in online armor free version, any idea how it works?? is it good enough??
 

Spawn

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Checked and nothing in the npnp drivers, looks like I won't be trying OA Free.
 

tapoo

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Avast Free and Online Armor Free combination is good ?? any idea?? anyone tried it before???
 
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tapoo said:
Avast Free and Online Armor Free combination is good ?? any idea?? anyone tried it before???


yes good combination, i am using Avast and OA premium.

OA free web shield explanation here : http://www.online-armor.com/web-filter.php
 

Moose

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Privatefirewall seem to better than online with less false positive from what I have been reading. Also, is giving Comodo a run for it money. And your opinions/feedback, please? Just trying to get a better understanding of
different firewalls on the market today.
 
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What you means by false positive in a FW? because in a HIPS everything is suspicious unless whitelisted.
 

ctrlaltdelete

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Checked and nothing in the npnp drivers, looks like I won't be trying OA Free.

The OA installer checks if VBoxNetFlt.sys is present on your system. If that network driver is present on your system the OA installer will show the message that you need to uninstall VirtualBox bridged network support.
 

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Cheers for the info, I'll go ahead and remove these leftovers?

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ctrlaltdelete

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I recommend to create a snapshot or system restore point before removing those files. And run CCleaner registry scan after those files are removed. Just in case...
 
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