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Title: tweaking.com - Startup guard
Post by: Gamezertruth on August 28, 2015, 09:01:12 AM
hi

I have a new suggestion, which is to develop something completely new! Something called a small security tool! (tweaking.com - Startup guard) It's time to develop some security tools in order to protect us from installing suspicious software/unknowns software !

This is a too small tool should work as follows

1- Prevent the installation of any suspicious software that was not detected by security software
2- this tool will block/ and show a warning windows while you try to install any malware/suspicious software/unknowns software
3- this tool will gave you a yes/no option to To confirm Whether if we want to continue to install any program or cancel of any installation of a programs

thatís all  :smiley:
Title: Re: tweaking.com - Startup guard
Post by: Samson on August 28, 2015, 09:34:57 AM
Use a reputable source, http://www.majorgeeks.com/ has been a long time favourite of mine. They even list "bundleware", "Adware" etc, good ratings etc.
Title: Re: tweaking.com - Startup guard
Post by: Gamezertruth on August 28, 2015, 12:17:58 PM
I will took a look on that site you linked to and in the same time I donít mind if we have a new tweaking product! but letís see what Shane thinking !
Title: Re: tweaking.com - Startup guard
Post by: Julian on August 29, 2015, 05:31:01 PM
hmmm making a antimalware program is a never ending program battle.... always have to update it always have to add to it.

But then again i think user account control does this already gamez! ;)
Title: Re: tweaking.com - Startup guard
Post by: Gamezertruth on August 30, 2015, 09:11:21 AM
hmmm making a antimalware program is a never ending program battle.... always have to update it always have to add to it.

itís not an anti-malware but it a security startup Utility and It should not be an anti-malware program  (itís just a small tool)


But then again i think user account control does this already gamez! ;)

aha I really missed this  :smiley: good catch Julian lol  :tongue: but what about our XP OS laptopís that already running of XP OS  :cheesy: