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Giveaway of the day — Element TotalProtect

Element TotalProtect 2010 has everything you need for a safe and secure Internet experience.
$10.93 EXPIRÓ
Votación de Usuario: 150 (21%) 564 (79%) Déjanos un Comentario

Element TotalProtect estaba como Giveaway el día n 9 de abril de 2010

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Element TotalProtect es un innovador, ligero, todo-en-uno paquete de software que proporciona seguridad impresionante, copias de seguridad, herramientas de PC, presentada a usted por profesionales del software: Element Software UK.

Element TotalProtect 2010 automáticamente te protege a ti y a tu familia en todo momento - si trabajas en un banco, tienda o juegas en línea. Tienes todo lo que necesitas para una experiencia de Internet segura.

Características:

  • rápido desempeño
  • tecnologías superiores anti-malware
  • backup y PC tuneup automático

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Requerimientos del Sistema:

Windows XP/ 2003/ Vista/ 2008/ 7/ 2008 R2; Intel Pentium Processor at 800MHz or higher; 256MB RAM; 55MB HD space

Publicado por:

Element Software

Página Oficial:

http://www.elementsoftware.co.uk/totalprotect/products.html

Tamaño del Archivo:

34.9 MB

Precio:

$10.93

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#5

The Good
* Comes with multiple tools, such as anti-malware, firewall, website adviser, defrag, and file backup.
* Anti-malware includes live protection and on-demand scanning.
* Can "tweak"/"tune-up" your computer.
* Has the ability to "immunize" your computer against threats.

The Bad
* Developer claims database of malware signatures is "updated daily" but it has only been updates a handful of times (15 to be exact) in the past 6-7 months and each time only one signature was added.
* The website adviser doesn't seem to do anything - just lists ever site as green.

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Ashraf  –  11 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+167)
#4

This silly thing declared Java to be a virus and shut the PC down, causing me to lose hours of work which could not be saved.

It's as worthless as a 3-legged dog on a fox hunt and potentially dangerous!!!

Harry Gish  –  11 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+57)
#3

This is meant to be used instead of proven and trusted anti-virus and anti-malware programs?


No way.

Beagle  –  11 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+49)
#2

Entrusting your computer's defence to a software suite is not a decision to be taken lightly. You need to trust the producer as well as the product.

Today's product is promoted by the developer as "groundbreaking", especially in its deployment of anti-malware technologies that presumably are proprietorial (unique to, and owned by, Element Software UK.)

Today's producer is said to be a group of "software professionals". Today's producer is, on the basis of its domain registration and corporate title, a UK business enterprise.

I can find no trace of it in the UK. There is nothing to stop anyone, anywhere, from using a co uk domain address, even if their business is in Timbuktu.

I can find no trace of the location of the "software professionals" responsible for the "ground-breaking" technologies.
WHOIS reports that "The registrant is a non-trading individual who has opted to have their address omitted from the WHOIS service."

I can find but one point of contact with the developer / publisher. It is in the form of a disposable hotmail address. The address is that of Jake Jackson, "proprietor and original creator of the UK based website Element Software which specialises in delivering web 2.0 applications."

From this, it now seems, has emerged a complete (Total Protection) array of up-to-the-minute software defences against computer threats that is of "proven reliability" (according to the developer's claim on a Softpedia entry relating to the Element Browser.)

Sadly, a cursory glance at the developer's own web page --

http://www.elementsoftware.co.uk/totalprotect/viruslist.html

instills amazement rather than confidence: if this is the standard of threat protection on offer, it's "ground-breaking" only in the sense of the need to dig a hole in which to bury a computer after it has been rendered useless by the threats this software is so clearly incapable of keeping track of or pace with.

A look at the Element Software online community forum -- always a good thing to have, and essential where security apps are concerned -- provides no reassurance, either, in the form of accounts of actual user experience. The forum's shut.

I have nothing against Mr Jackson. He's probably a very nice chap.

But being nice is not enough. Being responsible is the requirement here, for this is, of all things, a security app, one on which depends much, much more than on a non-security app.

Thanks, then, GOTD for the Element TotalProtect download offer. But security software from a hitherto unknown source represented by a non-trading individual with a hotmail address has no appeal at all.

MiikeR  –  11 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+40)
#1

Haven’t tried the software, but as we all know, the protection of your PC and valuable files is really important. It amazes me that any software company that uses spelling like ‘anti-malware technilogies’, will expect people to trust their software. How can you expect that their anti-malware scripts are written accurate enough to find the names of the malware they are searching for? Who knows, instead of searching accurately for malware, it might be looking for ‘milware’, ‘voruses’ or ‘trigans’.

Haunted  –  11 years ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+38)

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