Online Armor ++ (Anti-Virus and Firewall Protection) ήταν διαθέσιμο ως προσφορά στις 29 Ιανουαρίου 2010!
Online Armor ++ Defeats Threats That Antivirus Apps Miss!
Have you got a virus?
If you ever scanned your PC and find a virus you should asked yourself these three questions
Anti Virus software is reactive - it needs to know the virus before it can detect it.
Be Proactive – Get a Firewall!
However, if you had a top class firewall like Online Armor then you may never have needed to ask them in the first place. Online Armor controls what comes and out of your PC. Even if you download something yourself, Online Armor will know if it trying to access the internet or we will automatically block or allow it by referring it to our “white list” of known software’s and files. Either way you are in control and better protected.
Firewall and Anti-Virus in one Product
With Online Armor ++ you can have both. Online Armor is known to one of the best if not the best desktop Firewall’s available and so it made sense to combine it with a leading Anti-virus scanning engine provided by Emsisoft. As well as virus you will be able to scan, detect and delete Malware and Rootkits.
Online Armor ++ has been awarded a 5 star rating from PC Security Labs. It was also tested by Malware Research Group and when tested against 78,120 viruses resulting in a detected rate of 99.98%.
Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7 (x32)
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Hi Folks - Sorry for the problems, the site is under enormous load (10x what it was last GOTD) and our techs are working on it right now.
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A brief update - we've had a hardware failure on one DNS, which has caused a problems when combined with heavy server load.
We have already provisioned a VPS with our pals at slicehost (under 2 minutes to get a server online!) and are restoring the backup DNS configuration to it ASAP.
I'm monitoring the situation and as soon as its completely resolved, will let you know.
Nobody should miss out on the offer because of this. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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We're processing again and the issue is fixed. Thanks for your patience.
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I've tried Comodo free version but it was too noisy for me. I didn't want to spend two weeks learning how to fine tune it, so I switched to Online Armor free. Similar functionality but way less intrusive.
To compare firewalls go to matousec.com Proactive Security Challenge.
IMO this is worth getting just for the 'Advanced' Firewall features. You can turn off other features you don't want to use.
From the Tall Emu site:
* At the end of your subscription Online Armor will continue to work. Subscription only affects product updates.
* Note: The Antivirus engine in Online Armor ++ requires a current subscription to work.
How do you get this offer?
* Choose which product you want the discount to apply to this will take you to the shopping cart.
* Enter the promo code GOTD-813-EMU if prompted
* You must use the checkout process to get your licence key.
* Your licence key will be emailed to you in a few minutes.
* You must use your real email to register. Registrations from disposable email addresses will be cancelled.
Terms & Conditions
* Online Armor supports Windows XP and Windows Vista and Windows 7 (32-bit)
* YOU DO NOT NEED TO INSTALL TODAY. We are giving away normal commercial licences as part of this promotion.
* Paid licences can be activated at any time; subscription starts from date of first activation
* 64bit operating systems are not supported.
* FREE licences not activated within 30 days will be disabled.
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Some of the comments made on here today really are the pits.
A genuinely-priced $59.95 product is offered entirely free of charge by a genuine and respected software publisher but instead of making a constructive comment an all-too frequent response instead is:
Hey! Where's the 64-bit version I wanna have for free? Jeez, what kind of deveoper is it, can't even put out a 64-bit version?
To which the counter-question might be asked: if you're running a 64-bit system and would like to have Online Armor on your PC, why not send a polite email to them expressing your interest?
Instead of ranting on here.
Of course, whilst you're at it, you could have a go at Google Chrome, too. That's not a 64-bit Windows browser. Shame on Google! How about Microsoft itself? It's been aware since 2003 of the existence of PCs whose processors are able to manage such huge data sets. Yet its roll-out of 64-bit software has been (to put it mildly) anything but enthusiastic.
And even when Microsoft has met the alleged "demand" for 64-bit in the form of the latest IE8 browser, the darned thing is crippled by absence of 64-bit Active X.
Oh, wait a minute: have a go at Adobe as well. They've gone for years without addressing the 64-bit issue -- pretty ludicrous, when you realise that it's precisely that kind or architecture which is ideal for stuff like Photoshop. Well, Adobe has put that right now. . . with the downside that some users are only discovering to their cost just how much RAM is now needed by Photoshop as a result.
The reality is, a lot of computer users on here and elsewhere in the world are still with 32-bit not because they're stupid and not because they're Luddites but because they're well aware of the justifiable caution of software developers when it comes to working up 64-bit products for a mass market that simply ain't there yet.
Sure, as memory prices drop and more PCs are retailed with RAM of a size at least double the going rate at the moment, then 64-bit will have its day.
But that's still not happened.
The vast majority of PC users aren't geeks or modders or people who instantly go out and upgrade the RAM on their new PC. And nor should they. Not only that: they don't have urgent need of 64-bit computing for the kind of stuff they're doing anyway.
So. For the benefit of the rest of us who're happily working on 2Gb or 3Gb RAM PCs running XP or Vista and have yet to have a crisis moment when they cry out: "Oh Gawd, if only I had 64-bit right this minute!!". . . please, give us a break and take your moans and your groans somewhere other than GOTD.
As to today's softwsare offer: I downloaded without difficulty from the Mirror Site (linked at top of page) after failing to get anywhere with the main dowenload site. I'm on a slow and rusting Internet connection in the UK but the entire download went through in under 12 minutes. I then went to the developer's offer page, chose today's product, entered the GOTD code and registered my name and email address details.
Five minutes later, I had the Tall Emu licence code.
The software is now installed and working through its initial scan.
Only time will tell just how effective this turns out to be, but so far, so good.
Definitely, a great day for, er, 32-bit users everywhere, so many, many thanks, GOTD, and many, many thanks, Tall Emu / Online Armor.
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