Client Security 10?

Scholar

Re: Client Security 10?

Deep Guard 4? Hm.... There is very little on F-Secure technologies on the web. I guess F-Secure wants to protect their stuff so that is why they do not write detailed information on their technologies such as Deep Guard.

Superuser

Re: Client Security 10?

Hi,

 

next release of CS will be 9.20, not 10..

The release notes of 9.20 RC do not state anything about DG4.

 

I do not know if DG can be updated to V4 via automartic update.

 

BR

 

Matthias
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Senior Advisor

Re: Client Security 10?

BG4 is currently used in IS 2012 Beta already for (I guess) one quarter of a year

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Superuser

Re: Client Security 10?

Hi,

 

right but it was ONLY in beta, with a very limited number of users.

 

Still it will be in IS2012. The consumer versions are always the first to use a new technology. If a problem comes up, F-Secure can easily update the clients with a hotfix or fix the problem by other means.

 

With CS this does not work (the same way) and a problem in a company can be harzardous.

 

DG4 is good and I would love to have it in CS9.20 too, but a little more "real life" experience is needed. This is just like a well planned rollout of any software in a company. First pilot in a LAB, then test in a controlled and easy to change environment under productive means, finally roullout to all.

 

FSIS is that productive but easy to change environment.

 

I hope you get the idea behind that.

 

BR

 

Matthias
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Scholar

Re: Client Security 10?

When can we expect a native 64 bit version?

Superuser

Re: Client Security 10?

What exactly do you expect? the drivers and kernel modules are 64bit!

There is no benefit in providing 64bit GUI! That will only blow up the installers!

 

BR

Matthias
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Scholar

Re: Client Security 10?

We are using client securtity 9.x.

In win7 client the following 32 bit f-secure processes are running:

 

fih32, fnrb32, fsaua, fsav32, fsgk32, fsgk32st, fshdll32, fsm32, fsma32, fsorsp, fssm32

 

These are 11 32 bit process, sorry to say but this looks highly unprofessional.

 

(I have no problem with the product anyway, and f-secure could also make separate installer for x64...)

Superuser

Re: Client Security 10?

Hi,

 

we all know what the processes ar that are in 32Bit, but what do you expect to run better if the same binary was in 64bit?

 

Most of these are rarely used thus have little or no performance impact.

Providing two binaries requires more develoment ressources and longer testing.

Additional update channels for 64 and 32 bit Clients

aso.

 

I'd rather have F-Secure concentrate on mor important features, this is cosmetic only!

 

 

Matthias
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Senior Advisor

Re: Client Security 10?

Agree with MJ-perComp

Scholar

Re: Client Security 10?

Who doesn't anyway? Every security software or programs have the same agenda to both users and their own.