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Windows 7: A True x64 Protection Suite :o ?

08 Mar 2010   #11
thathagat

windows 7 ultimate 64 bit,Windows 7 ultimate 32 bit,Windows XP sp3 home
 
 

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it lack several features.
ummm.....like ?


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08 Mar 2010   #12
Great Poster

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit English
 
 

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it lack several features.
ummm.....like ?
Antiphishing, antirootkit, email scanner.... I can go on and on.
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08 Mar 2010   #13
thathagat

windows 7 ultimate 64 bit,Windows 7 ultimate 32 bit,Windows XP sp3 home
 
 

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Antiphishing, antirootkit, email scanner.... I can go on and on.
coming from an Internet suite user i can understand the desire in you for a plethora of features....but as an no nonsense..unobtrusive av whose job is to protect your pc without being overtly nosy...mse does its job...

.....a good read about mse and its potential is here too....http://www.winsupersite.com/win7/mse.asp

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It's comprised of a user mode service and a kernel mode driver, so it can handle malware no matter where it lives in the system. It's all backed up by a series of web services, including telemetry data through the SpyNet service, Microsoft Update, and a separate signature update service.

Thanks to the 450 million people who automatically download security updates every month from Microsoft Update, the software giant has a unique and gigantic feedback loop from which they can quickly identify new attacks and react aggressively. On the client itself, the MSE real time protection mechanism operates at the kernel level to examine the behavior of unknown binaries and then sandbox potential malware before it can do any harm. And thanks to a new Dynamic Signature Service, MSE can immediately query online to see if there is anything that matches what its seeing on the PC. Because of its kernel mode hooks, MSE can also detect kernel mode rootkits and, in many cases, even clean them out after they've rooted their way into the system.
as for commercial internet security suites.....i already suggested KIS
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08 Mar 2010   #14
gamepoint

windows 7 professional x64 bit RTM
 
 

i think avast pro is suitable for u
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08 Mar 2010   #15
NoN

Windows 7 Professional SP1 - x64 [Non-UEFI Boot]
 
 

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it lack several features.
ummm.....like ?
Antiphishing, antirootkit, email scanner.... I can go on and on.
Some tells the new Norton 2010 suite ed is better than it's predecessor and lite
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08 Mar 2010   #16
Great Poster

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit English
 
 

My main point is lost, neither Kaspersky nor Norton has a x64 version. I want comlete x64 version that will protect me from Online Fraud and Phishing to.
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08 Mar 2010   #17
thathagat

windows 7 ultimate 64 bit,Windows 7 ultimate 32 bit,Windows XP sp3 home
 
 

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My main point is lost, neither Kaspersky nor Norton has a x64 version. I want comlete x64 version that will protect me from Online Fraud and Phishing to.
well...... both kaspersky and norton have 64 bit versions.........complete protection is a relative term though as some modules are not native 64 bit compliant
Internet Security Software 2010 for Home Computer Security - Kaspersky Lab United States
Spyware Protection - Anti Virus Rootkit Software | Norton Internet Security


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08 Mar 2010   #18
Great Poster

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit English
 
 

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i think avast pro is suitable for u
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ummm.....like ?
Antiphishing, antirootkit, email scanner.... I can go on and on.
Some tells the new Norton 2010 suite ed is better than it's predecessor and lite
Yup, you are correct game point, The new Avast Internet Security 5 does have an x64 version. But just give me some more suggestions. I asked the AVG Reps, about their x64 version 14 hours ago, but no answer till now.
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08 Mar 2010   #19
Great Poster

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit English
 
 
Wrong ;-(

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My main point is lost, neither Kaspersky nor Norton has a x64 version. I want comlete x64 version that will protect me from Online Fraud and Phishing to.
well...... both kaspersky and norton have 64 bit versions.........complete protection is a relative term though as some modules are not native 64 bit compliant
Internet Security Software 2010 for Home Computer Security - Kaspersky Lab United States
Spyware Protection - Anti Virus Rootkit Software | Norton Internet Security
Thathagat, they support x64 versions of Win 7, the don't actually have and x64 version. Norton Reps Said me their product will be ready by mid 2010. Mind that any x86 application running in x64 environment gets a 2% lag in performance due to passing through a thin layer on execution. And imagine an security suite that runs all the time 8-0
So, Eset and Avast, both have x64 versions of their suites, I want to know if there are other vendors who have.
Also, when talking of x64, do NOT forget kernel patch protection, which could be easily exploited by hackers, and Norton released a whitepaper on it.
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08 Mar 2010   #20
Frostmourne

Windows 7 Ultimate x86-64
 
 

MSE is native x64. You want to upgrade get the newest executable from Microsoft and run it. It doesn't suck up resources and it works perfectly. Beef it up with Malwarebytes Anti Malware and jack UAC up to the highest level.
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