« on: April 11, 2007, 07:38 PM »
this is fun. playing now.
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CastleCops issued a Press Release this morning announcing the upcoming contest celebration of our fifth year anniversary.
The contest recognizes its volunteer community achievements and excellence in Internet security with a contest furnished with prizes by well-known industry organizations. “This contest is a testament to CastleCops and its vision for a secure Internet,” explains Paul Laudanski, founder of CastleCops. For the past 5 years volunteers from around the world have come together at CastleCops to aid the community in creating a more secure Internet.
Each participating company has donated their software as prizes. The total estimated retail value for all prizes meets or exceeds $130,000 US. Donations by the following organizations listed with conservative estimated retail subtotals. Details will be posted shortly on the CastleCops homepage including rules of entry and participation. This contest begins at 12:00 PM EST on February 1, 2007.
Note: Stay Tuned for details about what software is available in the contest.
to AdIyhc: That might be AVG's fault too though, If it goes through the filter before/after IE accesses the net avg may think the browser has been hijacked. I will look into your problem though.
Leave some Details (os/version,avg version,browser) ect,.. =) Without details you can't get your problem fixed.-SexyLilDarkPaw (January 04, 2007, 12:23 PM)
mst software launches new web and celebrates this with a 35% discount.
mst software has today finalized their new web presence. Please feel free to leave a comment to the webmaster. To get the discount please use the following voucher code during your order: WEB2006. This voucher code is valid until 12/17/2006.
Yes I spotted that - but before I spend more money that I can't afford it would be good to see comparisons of such utilities if there are any ?-Carol Haynes (December 08, 2006, 03:50 PM)
I have not come across "System Safety Monitor" - does anyone know of any comparisons of these types of tools - I have ProcessGuard, ApplicationGuard and RegDefend but I haven't used them in a while - maybe it is time to try them again but it would be good to know about useful alternatives too.There's a 50% competitive upgrade for System Safety Monitor. More info here: https://www.syssafety.com/default.html-Carol Haynes (December 08, 2006, 02:14 PM)