Tyler

Any known conflicts between OA and Mamutu?

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Hi everyone,

Wanna try this combo without antivirus. Plz give some commentary or tell me about your experience. Any help is appreciated.

Best regards,

Tyler

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Hi everyone,

Wanna try this combo without antivirus. Plz give some commentary or tell me about your experience. Any help is appreciated.

Best regards,

Tyler

I run OA++ with Mamutu. Works great!

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I run OA++ with Mamutu. Works great!

Hi,

I tried OA ( web shield off ), mamutu, SBie and Avira together, but my opera seem to be stuck sometimes.

Best regerds,

Tyler

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Hi Tyler

Absolutely no need to use two HIPS together.

It doesnt matter is it OA or OA++, this is firewall with great behavior blocker.

New HIPS like Mamutu can only make problems.

Best regards

Carduelis

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Hi Tyler

Absolutely no need to use two HIPS together.

It doesnt matter is it OA or OA++, this is firewall with great behavior blocker.

New HIPS like Mamutu can only make problems.

Best regards

Carduelis

I've never understood why everyone says OA++ and Mamutu is overkill but yet OA and antimalware seems to be recommended.

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Absolutely no need to use two HIPS together.

It doesnt matter is it OA or OA++, this is firewall with great behavior blocker.

New HIPS like Mamutu can only make problems.

Just to make this a little less confusing,

OA and Mamutu are not two HIPS´ and OA/OA++ are not a firewall with a behavior blocker.

Mamutu is a behavior blocker.

OA is a HIPS with a integrated firewall

OA++ is a HIPS with a integrated firewall, that uses the AV module to scan anything unknown picked up by the HIPS.

Mamutu can hardly be called new anymore. It´s very well proven.

One thing you are right about though, is that it makes no sense to use both a HIPS and a BB on the same system.

It´s like mounting two steering wheels in your car.

While this may go without problems for some time, you are in for a bumpy ride when your mother in law decides to come along for a ride ;)

By this i mean, if both HIPS and BB are set to allow and block the same - no problems.

If they are not set to allow and block the same - user error. The user need to make up his mind on how to deal with the app he was prompted about and answer prompts from both HIPS and BB with same answer.

So why make every decision twice ??

Martin

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