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Windows 7: A True x64 Protection Suite :o ?

09 Mar 2010   #41
Thorsen

Win7 Home Premium 64x
 
 

TGSoldier, Congrats on your 1000th post.

Great poster, if you find this program please post it. It would be nice to see what this program is after all this debate. The best I can do is Superantispyware, but I dont think it is 64x sorry..... (it does do auto update daily, rootkit detection complete scanning, realtime blocking and lots of other things.) (dont know about phishing/pharming though)

SUPERAntiSpyware.com - AntiAdware. AntiSpyware. AntiMalware.


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09 Mar 2010   #42
TGSoldier

 
 

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Please stop using abusive language. I have already reported your previous post and I am going to report this one too
LOL
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09 Mar 2010   #43
NoN

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

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I'm sorry. But I've been reading this thread and the OP just seems to be a pain.

What difference does it make if the software is x64 native or compatible? An x64 software is not going to stop more threats than a x64 compatible one.

Forgive me, but stop being a pain in the ass. Enough solutions have been provided here.
For your kind information, you must know that any x32 software running in x64 environment needs to pass an additional layer, which though thin, adds up a 5% performance degradation. And x32 can't make use of more than 3.5 GB RAM.
You're a hell on earth choosing your AV!!

I've got Mc Afee by now and it is both installed in x86 folder and x64 folder, the same in common files folder...so i do beleive it pass layer on both system x86 & for my native x64 Win7.

I did tried MSE ,but got probs with the engine. It was taking me more ressources on everydays run than Mc Afee running... Only, McAfee is near screwing up at 60% to 100% cpu only when doing full disk check, the rest is just perfect running and fully enjoyable.
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09 Mar 2010   #44
Fringe

slackware
 
 

You are asking way to much from an AV. If i was asking for that much id throw pfsense on a spare box, or invest in a hardware firewall and call it a day

since when do computers protect you credit card info when its stored in the vendors database?!?!?!?

and what does x32 using 3.5gigs ram have to do with a AV
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09 Mar 2010   #45
Great Poster

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit English
 
 

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So. ALL software on your machine is x64 native. That's what you're telling me?

Run your x64 OS and install your x86 software. I guarantee you that you won't be able to tell the difference.

You're being foolish.
Not all software on my pc run as soon as I turn it on. Not all software on my pc protect my credit card details.
Not all software that are x86 can protect and integrate with the kernel patch protection in x64.
It is also that not all software vendors require to read the Norton white papers on kernal patch protection.
If you do not like me or my post, do not reply. Please stop using abusive language. I have already reported your previous post and I am going to report this one
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I'm sorry. Like in my first response, I did not know that x64 offers more security than x86 to help protect your credit card details.

WRT kernel patching. That is a feature already integrated into the x64 OS. It has nothing to do with your anti virus software.


**What a way to get my 1000th post**
Mislead Again. Kernel Patching can be easily exploited, thanks to the Norton Whitepapers. Previously Microsoft did not allow security vendors to access kernel. Only after Norton's research, that MS via secure software chanelling, gave them access. Hope, I cleared a lot of your query. KPC in x64 is NOT AT ALL SAFE, it is more Unsafe.
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09 Mar 2010   #46
Schroff87

7 ultimate x64
 
 

man .. since you've got so much love for norton white papers why don't you just use NAV 2010 and be done with it :P
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09 Mar 2010   #47
TGSoldier

 
 

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Not all software on my pc run as soon as I turn it on. Not all software on my pc protect my credit card details.
Not all software that are x86 can protect and integrate with the kernel patch protection in x64.
It is also that not all software vendors require to read the Norton white papers on kernal patch protection.
If you do not like me or my post, do not reply. Please stop using abusive language. I have already reported your previous post and I am going to report this one
too
I'm sorry. Like in my first response, I did not know that x64 offers more security than x86 to help protect your credit card details.


WRT kernel patching. That is a feature already integrated into the x64 OS. It has nothing to do with your anti virus software.


**What a way to get my 1000th post**
Mislead Again. Kernel Patching can be easily exploited, thanks to the Norton Whitepapers. Previously Microsoft did not allow security vendors to access kernel. Only after Norton's research, that MS via secure software chanelling, gave them access. Hope, I cleared a lot of your query. KPC in x64 is NOT AT ALL SAFE, it is more Unsafe.
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09 Mar 2010   #48
Thorsen

Win7 Home Premium 64x
 
 

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man .. since you've got so much love for norton white papers why don't you just use NAV 2010 and be done with it :P

Because it is not true 64x. Its main stuff is 32x and that is run through a layer which slows the computer down a little. Great Poster is looking for an AV that is full native 64x, has daily autoupdate, has phishing protection, pharming protection, rootkit protection.

Everything that everyone has suggested has been shot down because it is missing one of those requirements and I probably forgot one in my list as well.
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09 Mar 2010   #49
Schroff87

7 ultimate x64
 
 

^^ i know .. i'm just messing around :P
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09 Mar 2010   #50
darkassain

Windows 7 Ult x64(x2), HomePrem x32(x4), Server 08 (+VM), 08 R2 (VM) , SuSe 11.2 (VM), XP 32 (VM)
 
 

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man .. since you've got so much love for norton white papers why don't you just use NAV 2010 and be done with it :P

Because it is not true 64x. Its main stuff is 32x and that is run through a layer which slows the computer down a little. Great Poster is looking for an AV that is full native 64x, has daily autoupdate, has phishing protection, pharming protection, rootkit protection.

Everything that everyone has suggested has been shot down because it is missing one of those requirements and I probably forgot one in my list as well.

most likely because he's not looking for a AV but a security suite
AV will not give those protections
but i would still say MSE (AV + Malware + Rootkit + full x64) MalwareBytes (Another Layer of Protection) Router Coupled with a Alternative DNS (Open Dns which offers anti-phishing and pharming protection, if it has a alternative firmware such as DD-WRT even better) and win firewall (firewall protection)

its much better to rely not just on one company/organization....

also the most important parts (not the gui) are not running in 32 bit
such as the service and the kernel driver are all x64...
meaning the protection applies to x64 too
and there should not be a slowdown because just the GUI is x32....
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