I did a search on their site and couldn't find a single reference to MT.@Andrew999 I consider that a cold, business-like and disappointing response in light of all the hoopla they whipped up when they returned with their new beta. They asked (begged?) for forgiveness then, and then later proceeded to disappear.
@upnorth I guess MT isn't an official forum for Z but their response is puzzling to say the least, as I indicate above.
And the bottom line is, who relies on Zemana 3.0 or whatever it is now? And who would waste money on the premium version? It looks like most testers rely on the 2.7xx version. I don't miss it.
True dat.Can guess that after the product was moved to version 3, their crew/staff was satisfied enough with the help. That should of course been communicated. It reminds me of similar cases as it's not the first time things like this happens with companies/vendors here on MT and will for sure not be the last. Heimdal Security did a similar stunt over a year ago when their representatives went up in smoke.
MT and Wilders have long histories of driving off vendor reps.
For most of them -- I don't blame them.
When they discover that these communities are really very tiny.... and full of picky sharpshooters.... who often trial things without purchase and/or want things for free... and often take more customer service time than other consumers... and don't seem very appreciative of the vendor reps time... it's no wonder that many of them go away.
I once ran into a vendor rep who spent a lot of time at Wilders for awhile... and then she vanished. She basically stated everything I stated above.
True. Most people don't want to pay for more than one security application. And this is why most of the early Antispyware/anti-ransom/antiexploit.... antiblahblah.... evolve into suites. And now that the major suites have all sorts of layers... the other stuff is largly unneccesary....It does seem that for expensive additional malware programs time is running out - More so now in the light of WD for free & doing very well.