dlguild wrote:Meanwhile I am looking for a more user friendly firewall.
Paul_K wrote:At least he will be able to get a version that you are having problems withdlguild wrote:Maybe Tzuk will turn something up.
Thanks! I'll give it a try tomorrow. It's 3AM here for me, got to get some sleep. I tried to install ZoneAlarm but the install failed. It took me ages to get all the crap it left behind off my system. Their un-installer is terrible.SnDPhoenix wrote:Maybe you need comodo firewall pro
I agree. But if anyone can he can!SnDPhoenix wrote:I dont know....., its just like tzuk would say "If i cant reproduce the problem, i cant fix it"
...reinstalled Windows XP Pro SP2, FireFox v184.108.40.206 and installed ONLY my security software as follows:
Sandboxie Version 3.00.11
Kaspersky Internet Suite Version 220.127.116.11 http://www.kaspersky.com
Keylogger Hunter Version 2.12 http://www.styopkin.com/
Keyscrambler Pro Version 1.3.1 http://www.qfxsoftware.com/
Mil Shield version 5.6 http://www.milincorporated.com/milshield2.html
I'm sure - you would be much more securier if you simply used the LUA and the SandBoxIE alone.
All those AV|AM|AT|AK packages are garanteed to conflict with each other - decreasing (or downright disabling) your protections.
The simpler - the better.
Paul_K wrote:It appears that version 1.3.2 of Key Scrambler Personal (free) is available at their web site
dlguid wrote:Keylogger Hunter used in conjunction with Keyscrambler Pro does not work with Sandboxie. Keyscrambler's encrypted keystrokes end up in browser form data instead of the unencrypted ones.
dlguid wrote:I don't know what to think about the KIS firewall and proactive defense modules. If you have to move beyond the default settings, things get a bit mystifying for an average user such as myself.
Confirmed, works fine now.tzuk wrote:Fixed in version 3.00.13. I tested with KeyScrambler 1.3.2 and KeyHunter 2.12, but the fix itself is to the mechanisms in Sandboxie and not specific for any of these products.
No I did not enable any special modules. I was referring to the 'rules' which must be added to KIS to resolve conflicts and other special circumstances.tzuk wrote:But you did imply that you enabled some special modules. Like I said earlier here, I couldn't see any slowdown with KAV/KIS installed with the default settings, if you have any hints how to reproduce the slowdown, that would be great.dlguid wrote:I don't know what to think about the KIS firewall and proactive defense modules. If you have to move beyond the default settings, things get a bit mystifying for an average user such as myself.
dlguild wrote:...if you have ever been a victim of identity theft because of a keylogger...
Maybe you need comodo firewall pro, its superior and i still have yet to find one thats better (protection-wise and gui-wise).
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