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hjlbx

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Is it necessary to have NVT EXE Radar Pro with VIPRE ISP? I like them together, but I'm not sure if it's necessary with VIPRE's IDS/HIPS.
NVT ERP's real value is by blocking execution of applications not white-listed, allowing user to white-list command lines and create their own vulnerable process list (such as vbc.exe, RegAsm.exe, etc, etc, etc - add to built-in ERP vulnerable process list).

If you do not need that functionality, then you really don't need NVT ERP.

Protection-wise, I know nothing about Vipre. So better to ask @illumination and others that use it. They might identify weakness in VIPRE that NVT ERP will plug....
 
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#43
Is it necessary to have NVT EXE Radar Pro with VIPRE ISP? I like them together, but I'm not sure if it's necessary with VIPRE's IDS/HIPS.
If you have been following my posts in the Hub with Vipre, you will notice only 3 occasions where something either got by Vipre, or at least gave it a run, now in several weeks of hammering this product, I call those very good results. You may also notice I test it with default settings, HIPs and IDS are not on. I run it on default settings on my main host as well, and trust it. No security application is 100%. That said, adding NVT is up to you, me personally, I would find it overkill.
 
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Noxx

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If you have been following my posts in the Hub with Vipre, you will notice only 3 occasions where something either got by Vipre, or at least gave it a run, now in several weeks of hammering this product, I call those very good results. You may also notice I test it with default settings, HIPs and IDS are not on. I run it on default settings on my main host as well, and trust it. No security application is 100%. That said, adding NVT is up to you, me personally, I would find it overkill.
I also agree that it started feeling overkill. Thank you for the feedback.
 
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#45
Hi,
I've tested this antivirus, but I was disappointed. It found some malwares and seems to delete them (succesfull desinfection) . But everytime I've done a scan the malwares were always there... It was impossible to treat the infection.

Is the new version better?
 

In2an3_PpG

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Anyone currently using or testing Vipre Internet Security or IS Pro? How is it doing? Is it worth the sale going on now?
 

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I was part of the 2017 beta test ( and many, many before 2017). which ended abruptly.It crashed and burned. No release, no nothing. Just left us hanging after they pulled it. a month and a half later,they haven't reopened the beta. I have 2016 Vipre anti virus running on a win7 laptop, and its doing fine (free key). Personally, I wouldn't pay for it. Better options going on right now.
 

In2an3_PpG

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I was part of the 2017 beta test ( and many, many before 2017). which ended abruptly.It crashed and burned. No release, no nothing. Just left us hanging after they pulled it. a month and a half later,they haven't reopened the beta. I have 2016 Vipre anti virus running on a Windows 7 laptop, and its doing fine (free key). Personally, I wouldn't pay for it. Better options going on right now.
Thanks for the quick reply.