Date Added:Mar. 03, 2005
Price:Free to try (15-day trial); $39.95 to buy
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You don't need a program to stop phishing
We are the developers of this product and it is NOT a virus. This is NOT detected as a virus by Symantec, McAfee and many others.
Detected incorrectly as a virus by Kaspersky Labs. Like anti-virus software, our software updates itself periodically, our anti-phishing software also checks for updates periodically and automatically downloads updated phishing threat information to keep the user's computer protected against the latest phishing threats.
Reply by OutRider2003 on April 20, 2005
if AntiVir and Avast Antivirus have detected it as being a virus, then there's something fishy going on.
I don't know if this program carries the virus cited below, but this is the Kapersky viruslist info. (Maybe a good idea to check before installing permanently.)
Backdoor.Win32.Ruledor.c (Kaspersky Lab) is also known as: Backdoor.Ruledor.c (Kaspersky Lab), BackDoor.Ruller (Doctor Web), Backdoor:Win32/Ruledor.B (RAV), ADW_RULEDOR.C (Trend Micro), BDC/Ruledor.C (H+BEDV), Win32:Ruledor (ALWIL), BackDoor.Ruledor.C (Grisoft), Trojan.Adware.Ruledor.C (SOFTWIN), Trojan.Ruledor.C (ClamAV), Spyware/ClearSearch (Panda), Win32/Igetnet.A (Eset) Description added Jan 23 2004
This program is part of the backdoor family of malicious programs intended for remote administration.
The victim computer can be remotely controlled and caused to execute the commands described in the file sds.cl**ch.com/ie/control.dat. The program downloads this file when starting.
Backdoor.Ruledor.c can also download and install other programs unnoticed.
Some incidents have been detected where a wide range of AdWare and Trojans have been downloaded and installed.
The program creates the directory ClearSearch in the Program Files folder, copies itself to this directory under the name loader.exe and registers as an autorun key in the system registry:
When the system is started, the program deletes all Browser Helper Objects (BHO) not installed by the program.
With the threats of identity theft you would be stupid not to get this.
it works pretty well.. now I don't have to worry about which emails come from my bank and which are fake.. it doesn't conflict with my other spyware and stuff.
As soon as I tried to download this, my antivirus program detected that the file was carrying a trojan horse known as Win32.RuleDor C. No programs should contain viruses like these, and therefore you should avoid this program like the plague.
I am really happy with this product. I receive at least 2-3 fake emails a day from banks and this product picks up all of them. It also worked with both Outlook Express and my Hotmail email.
I get a lot of fake e-mails all the time. Some of them are made so close to the real thing, that I wouldn't be able to tell. This program takes the guessing out of it all, and I don't have to do a single thing to set it up.
This software will proctect you from you from identity theft. I never relized the number of email scams out there until I installed this product. The software works flawlessly with both the email accounts that I POP into MS Outlook and my Hotmail account I access through a browser.
I have used the software for a week and have yet to see any flaws.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.phishing.net|
|Release Date||March 03, 2005|
|Date Added||March 03, 2005|
|Operating Systems||Windows Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows Me/NT/2000/XP/2003 Server|
|Downloads Last Week||1|
|License Model||Free to try|