...and is HMPA useful with ZAL ?
221.204.465 working very nicely now. Fast scans, good connectivity.I've been experiencing ZAL connectivity problems too as I mentioned on the Zemana AntiLogger Premium - Lifeteime Licence thread yesterday. Zemana have informed me that they are aware of this and it will be improved in future releases.
I too have the same issue. I had purchased a 1 PC / 3 year license of ZAL and 1 PC / 1 Year License of ZAM.What is this? I had just bought a 3pc/3yr license of the antimalware. This is very dissapointing to say the least. They can conduct giveaways for sure. But to combine the products.... and now I cant even make sense of what use my 3 year license is going to be. Can someone please help me out here. I have messaged them regarding this but have got no reply back either from the support page or from the fb page.
I run MBAM Premium with ZAL V2 and there is no problem. But yes, we can get rid of MBAM Premium or atleast deactivate the Realtime component.I'm running ZAL along with Mbam since the combining of ZAL & ZAM - Anyone else running it with Mbam Pro & any issues? I'm thinking of not running Mbam in real time & just using ZAL along with ESET SS but was going to hang on a few weeks until ZAL is reasonably bug free?
Yes now Zemana Antilogger now has inbuild realtime protection and the other features listed.I was just curious because when I installed zemana anti-keylogger it came with realtime protection, and Pandora cloud-sandbox technology, so can it replace zemana anti malware (realtime)
Sorry, what Zemana product you are referring to keep than MalwareBytes. ZAM or ZAL?With Zemana protection (+ if you activate Pandora technology that I highly recommend) you do not need MalwareBytes at all, it will just consume your resources for nothing
I would personally trust Zemana to run itself without antivirus, but I still keep ESET just to be there. Zemana cannot block malicious webpages, but antivirus does it.
As HMP.A is mainly an Anti-Exploit tool, I'd say yes! They work - almost - flawlessly in combination to a real-time AV (in my case, Emsisoft Internet Security v188.8.131.5263)....and is HMPA useful with ZAL ?
Thanks @Der.ReisendeAs HMP.A is mainly an Anti-Exploit tool, I'd say yes! They work - almost - flawlessly in combination to a real-time AV (in my case, Emsisoft Internet Security v184.108.40.20663).
But beware of the keylogger protection both tools employ. Cannot speak about the current stable of ZAL v220.127.116.11, but the versions before I had to deactivate Keystroke Encryption in HMP.A for all browsers but Edge (which isn't supported regarding that by HMP.A yet), in order to type.
With pleasure Can confirm now that the keylogger protection issue described before is still present in the current ZAL (v18.104.22.168) and HMP.A BETA v3.5.1 b550.
@Der.Reisende , Thanks for the link.With pleasure Can confirm now that the keylogger protection issue described before is still present in the current ZAL (v22.214.171.124) and HMP.A BETA v3.5.1 b550.
The reason I use the BETA is the suggestion here, scroll down a bit: HitmanPro.ALERT Support and Discussion Thread
You're welcome! It's a conflict, you're right However, there seems to be no workaround but disabling the option for the browsers in HMP.A (least influence, still maximum protection as long as ZAL works flawlessly) as both products do what they're supposed to do.