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Started by thegilpins, June 03, 2014, 05:27:54 AM
listdlls -v processlasso.exe >dll.txt
Quote+ Does Zemana AntiLogger 64-bit provide the same level of protection as the 32-bit edition?Almost. At present all AntiLogger modules are fully functional under 64-bit systems, except for the screen capture module, which provides only basic protection. Our engineering team is currently working to develop the screen capture module to be 64-bit compatible and, when ready, the module will be released with our regular product updates.What does this mean? You still get protection against the most dangerous threats, such as key loggers and SSL banker Trojans; but until the module is ready, we would advise our customers who use 64-bit computers NOT to enter passwords and other sensitive information through on-screen virtual keyboards unless they are positive that the application providing the on-screen keyboard protects it really well.
Quote+ How is Windows 8 different and what does it mean for me?Starting with Windows 8 64-bit, Microsoft effectively closed any third party software from funning at Kernel level, in the systemÊ¼s core. This is where our sensors are based. In other words, this part of your computer is now guarded by your Windows 8.Does this mean you are immune to information stealing malware? Not exactly. To ensure protection on Windows 8 64-bit computers, we have added keystroke encryption functionality, advanced protection against SSL intruding financial malware and signature-based detection of information stealing malware. This gives you a hybrid protection, combining a number of defense mechanisms and ensures your system is safe.
QuoteMaybe there should be a message for users with BitDefender running - that would help a lot
Quote from: arcanum on March 10, 2015, 10:42:39 AMBen,I do not uninstall or resinstall my gfx drivers because of Process Lasso. However, i still use XP. And i think that Jeremy uses standard api calls when rendering on screen. I told this somewhat ago when right clicking PL icon on the taskbar it causes a crash. Not a bluescreen, but taskbar icon is lost and PL processes still running on.More like an AMD driver problem than Jeremys Code.-arc