digmor crusher

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  1. Running Kaspersky and Emsisoft at the same time is just asking for problems. Malwarebytes is designed to run along side an anti-virus, most anti-virus programs are not designed to do this. Running both probably weakens your protection as both programs will be fighting each other as to who does what.
  2. Yes, HC, CD and Syshardener all use built in Windows settings to harden Windows, VS and OSA are light weight programs that run very well alongside almost every AV. Opposed to ZoneAlarm which I assume installs a driver and hooks into your system in every nook and cranny it can find. Someone may correct me if I am wrong.
  3. I prefer to use 2 solutions as no programs are 100% effective 100% of the time. I always recommend using one of these as secondary protection: Voodoo Shield ( free and paid versions) Hard Configurator (free) Osarmour ( free now, soon to be a pay program) Syshardener ( free for now) Configure Defender if your using W10.
  4. Ransonware is just another from of malware, EAM protects against malware, very well I might add. So not needed. I also have a feeling that these 2 programs would conflict in some way.
  5. Just wanted to add that I also like the new gui.
  6. EAM, HMPA and Heimdal is overkill, plus I believe HMPA is still a bit buggy. If I were to use something alongside EAM it would be OSArmour or Malwarebytes Anti-exploit.
  7. "Opt in " 1 click, " Opt out " 1 click, so convenience is the same either way. For people who like not to having to renew every year its fine, but, many people are unaware of this, you know how people are, they just click click click without reading a dam thing. Many people will be receiving invoices they are not expecting and this is how the slimy companies get them. Not saying Emsisoft is one of these, on the contrary Emsisoft is one of the best, if not the best, for integrity and customer service. I just don't like opt out. If you continue on this route then you need a page to pop up with 4 inch letters explaining what is happening so that there is no way anyone can miss it.
  8. Nothing should be "opt out", everything should be "opt in" too many slimy companies using "opt out" to trick users into purchasing products they don't want. Just because others are doing it does not mean Emsisoft should, I thought you guys were better than this.
  9. Could be the website, I tried it in both Chrome and Edge and both timed out before the website loaded.
  10. Still should be opt-in, from what I understand your average customers age is of the vintage variety, why make it harder for them? Emsi's stellar reputation could take a hit here. Tell the marketing and bean counter departments to back off.
  11. I bought a license yesterday, after payment I got an email with a link to opt out.
  12. Slopes, auto renewal is not difficult to opt out of, when you renew you get a link in an email to click, takes about 15 seconds to opt out. Boomer, there a no more loyalty discounts.
  13. I have used Emsisoft for several years due to the excellent protection it provides and industry best support. However due to the issues listed below I will be looking for an alternative solution. Auto renewals should be opt-in not opt-out. The new GUI is horriffic imo. You've done away with the loyalty discounts, so now new users will pay less, long time customers will pay more, which basically means the long time users are subsidizing the new customers. (And thanks Thomas for the offer.) If you ever reconsider the loyalty discounts I may come back. Edit: Well I am back, just discovered the 1/2 off sale, so here for another year. Defender was giving me issues with Controlled Folders so back to what I know works well on my computer.