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Old 07-11-2010, 08:19 PM
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Question Anyone use Browser Guard 2010?

I'm wondering if anyone uses the program from TrendMicro called Browser Guard 2010? I'm wondering if it's something I should install on a client's machine.

It's purpose is to protect your computer from online threats. This is a feature that's included in Chrome, but I don't think in FFox or IE? Maybe I should install it to keep those browsers protected? What do you think?

http://free.antivirus.com/browser-guard/
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Old 07-11-2010, 11:51 PM
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Looks similar to ThreatFire, as it is to be used in conjunction with an AV to prevent 0-days. I'll give it a shot and get back with ya, hopefully this works worth a dang. It gets tiring answering the "Why do I still get this Personal Security even after you sold me this antivirus?!?!".

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Ok, NM. No 64-bit support. Fail on them...
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Old 07-12-2010, 03:44 AM
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Looks similar to ThreatFire, as it is to be used in conjunction with an AV to prevent 0-days. I'll give it a shot and get back with ya, hopefully this works worth a dang. It gets tiring answering the "Why do I still get this Personal Security even after you sold me this antivirus?!?!".

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Ok, NM. No 64-bit support. Fail on them...
I discovered it's still in beta, which I wouldn't wanna install on a customer's PC... I figure that with all updates, avast, and firefox, chrome, or opera then the customer should be fine.

And, even Flash still doesn't support 64-bit... tsk tsk :'(
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