Which of these software are more effective: Voodooshield, Novirusthanks or AppGuard

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bobby holla

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Am looking to add an extra layer to my currently installed Antivirus (Webroot SecureAnywhere). does anyone has any user experiences to these softwares Voodooshield, novirusthanks and AppGuard I need the best which will complement my AntiVrus. in terms of effectiveness and are good detection rates.
 
I really like Voodooshield almost .exe files where monitored, even your system executable programs.Im glad i owned the premium, thanks to Dan and MT :)
 
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Am looking to add an extra layer to my currently installed Antivirus (Webroot SecureAnywhere). does anyone has any user experiences to these softwares Voodooshield, novirusthanks and AppGuard I need the best which will complement my AntiVrus. in terms of effectiveness and are good detection rates.
AppGuard will provide the highest level of physical system security.

1. Ease of Use - once you learn the terminology and how it works, then it is very easy to use.

2. Graphical User Interface - the GUI is simple enough.

3. Real-World Protection - AppGuard is a default-deny software restriction policy software; there are no alerts where the user has to make a decision - AppGuard blocks by default and generates block alerts.

4. Preferred Product and Why - extensive testing against malware and exploits has proven AppGuard will protect the system if used properly.
 
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XhenEd

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I believe these three are very effective against malware.
But in terms of detection rate, I think this can only be applicable to VoodooShield because it also "detects".
AppGuard and NoVirusThanks Exe Radar Pro do not detect. They only block, regardless of the file being safe or malicious.

I chose AppGuard in the options because it's what I use, and that it's already tested to be very effective against malware. :) Of course, it has loopholes, which had been discovered. But which product has not? :)

But due to its popularity, I think VS will win this poll. :D
 

jamescv7

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Voodoshield strong component goes on AI and their cloud references besides on the traditional approach to block programs.

Meanwhile NVT Exe Radar Pro and Appguard came through their strong ability to paralyze the main threat operation once configured correctly.

Honestly it's a matter of user preferences, cause both three of them manage to prevent usual threats as possible.
 

jerzy601

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now I use VS and I am pleased with this program, this program detects and blocks.
He used some time AppGuard is also very good soft but it only blocks but does not detect as well as NoVirus Exe Radar.
In general, all three programs are very good and I recommend them because they are worth our attention and use them.
VS has a simple operation, but AppGuard need a good set up.:)
 
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Of course, it has loopholes, which had been discovered. But which product has not? :)
Everything that you've seen reported within the past six months has been added to the Blue Ridge bug tracker. I have verified the tracker.

I solved one of the reported issues on Youtube; it is just a matter of adding the writable System Space directories to User Space (YES) and thereby blocking file execution from those directories.

Whether or not those directories will be added to default AppGuard policy remains to be seen, but any user can add them on their own initiative.
 

Soulweave

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Duplicated thread. already exists a thread about 3 of these solutions. if need be, please post relevant thread on each sub forum. thread closed and moved.
 
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