Outpost Security Suite Pro 2008 – public beta 3

Agnitum has reached a significant milestone with the release of the first public beta of Outpost Security Suite Pro 2008 (OSS 2008 ). Building on the solid foundation of the initial version of the suite, this latest product delivers a long list of additional threat protections and enhancements for users of Microsoft Vista:

This is BETA software!, please use caution when installing it on your system
Download: Outpost Security Suite Pro 2008 – public beta 3
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Not particularly a fan of "suites" but Outpost is a very good and reliable product. :cool:

May have to check it out again when it goes final.

What's the anti-virus component like, compared to KAV and NOD32? I've heard the firewall component is supposed to be good.

Budopower said,
Firewall is pretty good, I'm using it since a few months now... in combination with NOD32.

So far no complaints


+1
Same here. NOD32 + Outpost Firewall

will switch to ESS when it gets finalised

~Neowin~ said,

+1
Same here. NOD32 + Outpost Firewall

will switch to ESS when it gets finalised

Yes nod32+Outpost Firewall it's the best solution! but ESS or OSS are very, very.... poor solutions one for firewall and the other for antivirus (not even decent solutions ! ) to bad because i feel the next versions of NOD32 (version 3) and Outpost Firewall (2008 version) will not be so compatible ! ( i hope i'm Wrong )

Mercury_22 said,
i feel the next versions of NOD32 (version 3) and Outpost Firewall (2008 version) will not be so compatible ! ( i hope i'm Wrong ) :wacko:

Why do you think that?
They're not going to drop XP, as they know most people still use XP... and compatibility under Vista will only get better.
- No worries from my side

Budopower said,

Why do you think that?
They're not going to drop XP, as they know most people still use XP... and compatibility under Vista will only get better.
- No worries from my side :cool:

I'm worried by reason of Eset's Nod32 new feature "Web browser" from "Web access protection", more precisely the way this feature works !

I tried it out and it seems really cool but the thing is that after the install (Vista Ultimate x64) every single webpage I browse get rendered incorrectly Half done rendering with weird symbols or even no rendering at all (the source code i printed instead) and this happens in any browser. Anyone else experienced this?

Tried to report it but the bugreport form didn't have a submit button so it's not to easy maybe they don't want the reports? :P

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