But after acting out my frustrations, I did eventually reinstall it. It does things that are hard to find in other programs. Nothing is perfect in this world.Here's a couple examples:
1 I tried to change default save location in MS Word, and the change was not accepted.
After ininstalling SSFW, it worked.
2 I tried to send a fax from PC, using HP officejet multi-purpose printer, from Chrome. The print job kept getting cancelled. Spyshelter support said to disable firewall module. I did better than that: I uninstalled SSFW altogether.
And let's not even talk about compatibility problems with other security softs.
Wait! No I don't use them all at once. I have used each one of them once individually. It would be quite insane to use them all at once although some may be compatible I guess...I think you are right, I recon this is a conflict problem because I've only just realised what was said in this thread.
@DeepWeb said he/she is using "ZAL, Spyshelter, Ghostpress and Keyscrambler"... Four anti-loggers at once? C'mon... Use one anti-logger only, you don't need multiple!
I am on Windows 10 fall creators, with updates, I have SSFW running with all modules enabled, and I don't have a problem typing in Edge.Wait! No I don't use them all at once. I have used each one of them once individually. It would be quite insane to use them all at once although some may be compatible I guess...
So... is nobody running into a similar issue with Microsoft Edge for Fall Creators Update? When I had Keyscrambler or Ghostpress enabled, I was unable to type anything inside Microsoft Edge. However, disabling them enabled typing again. I do not claim to fully understand what is going on, but I assume it is related to the latest security mechanisms in Edge.
Very simple, maybe the license was bought when they were selling that kind of key, as is lifetime.As regards to your screenshot...actually your words in an e-mail...how is it possible to have liftime license "not in use for some weeks" if Datpol don't sell such kind of license already almost one year?
I built a new PC, uninstalled SpyShelter from old PC, waited a few weeks, installed SpyShelter on new PC, tried to activate and it did not work. In another support ticket with them, or in their FAQ (don't remember where), it said that uninstalling spyshelter deactivates the license.As regards to your screenshot...actually your words in an e-mail...how is it possible to have liftime license "not in use for some weeks" if Datpol don't sell such kind of license already almost one year?
This is why I made sure to say that this was a user license in this support ticket. And to attach receipt supporting that claim.SpyShelter said:Your license is intended to be used only on one computer, notice that it cannot be used on new machine.
So what? If it's not possible to transfer license to newly installed PC I would drop any business with SpyShelter immediately.SpyShelter said:Your license is intended to be used only on one computer, notice that it cannot be used on new machine.
Very sad if it's like that and Datpool doesn't want to make compromise.They are making crap up to invalidate the license.
Rest assured, SpyShelter will not get any more business or referrals from me.So what? If it's not possible to transfer license to newly installed PC I would drop any business with SpyShelter immediately.
Very sad if it's like that and Datpool doesn't want to make compromise.
Good idea. Customer support is important, why waste your time giving business to a company who couldn't care less about you when there are plenty who will care about you?Rest assured, SpyShelter will not get any more business or referrals from me.
And that is a shame because BB and sandbox cannot replicate security of HIPS. Sandbox will let all your datas be stolen. But what are you going to do, people do not have skill to use HIPS. People want automation, and automation will never replicate human ability to protect system. People want Cylance and Webroot automation and expect it to provide 100 % protection against 100 % of all threat cases while at the same time causing 0 false positives and no other problems.Even if SpS was perfect with their customers, they will die anyway because HIPS are dead model. BB and sandboxes dominates now.
OK...now I know your story and it seems you even could are right but...always is some "but" ...I found intersting thing in tab called "Specs" in which we can see a bit strange info - this is offer of SS v. 10.8.2 that was realased in August 2016...almost 1,5 years ago. If this offer would be valid few monts ago they should talk about v. 10.9.0 (January 2017) or higher.This is where I purchased it: Worried About Cyber Crime? Take Full Control of Your System with Malware Protection Combined with a Firewall
You can see it is a single user license for 1 PC, not a single PC license.
On License tab it says: "Restrictions: includes a license for 1 user only"
It does not say 1 PC. They are making crap up to invalidate the license.
The receipt reads:
Spyshelter Firewall: Single User Lifetime License 1 $39.99 $39.99
+1It is a pathetic state of affairs.
What does it say in the EULA ? The EULA prevails over everything.That's the version that SS was at when they made the sale page on stacksocial. The license tab states:
- Updates included
- Length of access: lifetime
Stacksocial didn't write anything, the product is sold "by datpol", datpol puts in all the information into that listing and sells it via stacksocial. It is just like if datpol made an ebay listing. It isn't stacksocial's fault that datpol pulled a bait and switch.What does it say in the EULA ? The EULA prevails over everything.
Datpol will state that they are not responsible for anything incorrect that StackSocial wrote on their webpage.