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    Question Anyone here heard of: "Fortego All-Seeing Eye"

    Anyone ever heard of the program:
    "All-Seeing Eye" by Fortego?

    It's a proactive IDS that monitors: Auto Exe, DLLs, Registry, etc.

    http://www.fortego.com/en/ase.html

    If anyone has ever tried this before, how effective is it, and how much resource does it eat up?

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    The first difference is that All-Seeing Eye is not actively preventing actions from taking place in your computer,
    Which is why IDS is inferior to IDPS

    and how much resource does it eat up?
    I was wondering when you would get around to that

    I would suggest that you seriously reconsider your choice of Norton. It is a major resource drain and frequently does not play nice with other security software.

    Out of curiosity, what exactly is your hardware?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nihil View Post

    Out of curiosity, what exactly is your hardware?
    386 with 24kb ram, monochrome monitor, 2mb graphics and a noisy Floppy disc drive. not to mention the 800mb hdd.

    ooh how much i missed messing in xtree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HYBR|D View Post
    386 with 24kb ram, monochrome monitor, 2mb graphics and a noisy Floppy disc drive. not to mention the 800mb hdd.
    LOL, I remember back in the day our very first PC was one by AT&T (no joke!), and we were happy to upgrade the EVO ram from 4MB to 16MB, and used the PC as a telephone / answering machine!
    It was something like 83MHz and like 20MB of HDD space. XD
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    Ah! I see, you are running XP on relatively new kit. Resources shouldn't be that much of an issue, but do watch the Norton conflict thing.
    If you cannot do someone any good: don't do them any harm....
    As long as you did this to one of these, the least of my little ones............you did it unto Me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nihil View Post
    Ah! I see, you are running XP on relatively new kit. Resources shouldn't be that much of an issue, but do watch the Norton conflict thing.
    Yeah, I would love to build a new system using the new Ivy-Bridge processors coming out this year (2012) and with SSDs... but I don't feel like wasting money on something I really don't need ATM (current rig is good enough for my needs/games).
    Now, if I did upgrade, I would probably get Windows-7 64bit.

    Not sure how Windows 8 will fare... seems more geared towards tablet PCs IMHO...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nihil View Post
    Out of curiosity, what exactly is your hardware?
    CPU = Core2-Quad Q6600 (2.4GHz G0-stepping) @ 9x, 266MHz, 1.200-VCORE, 1.80-VTT
    ... OCed to (3.4GHz) @ 8x, 425MHz, 1.4250-VCORE, 2.00-VTT
    HEATSINK = CoolerMaster Hyper 212-Plus (air-cooled)
    MOBO = ASUS P5K-E
    RAM = crucial Ballistix 4GB OCed @ 5-4-5-14, 850MHz, 1.50v (from 5-5-5-18, 800MHz, 1.50v)
    GFX = ASUS 8600-GT
    HDD = 2x WD 500GB Blue Caviar @ RAID-0

    OS = Windows XP Pro. SP3
    OS = Ubuntu v10.04.3 (Alternate)
    Last edited by dredogol; January 3rd, 2012 at 07:48 AM.

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