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JimB007

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Is there anyone that has good experience with the program Ghost Surf 2005 Standard ?

Edited by JimB007, 07 October 2005 - 01:12 AM.

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Not really but I am getting it right now!

http://www.tweakxp.c...ticle37611.aspx
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Hey,
I see that Gateway offers this program as a part of their security suite.But the customer has to shell out $49.99 for this software suite.
http://accessories.g...l.htm?ref=merch
Gateway also gives free NAV or NIS with their new Home PCs.
I don't think here is a necessity for a lot of security programs.
Way of marketing!!!!!!!!
Huh!!


:) :tazz:
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lizzielou

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I installed Ghost Surf 2006 on a new computer a few weeks ago and didn't notice in the System Explorer tool a start registry icon or file called GhostSurfDelSatellite. Unlike all the other icons for files, when you click on it, there is no file information displayed. Other GhostSurf files give the info that it's made by Tenebril, etc. The other thing I noticed is that the "technical contact" seems to have changed since I installed the software and is now Network Solutions LLC. My computer has been proceessing really slowly over the last few days and I bought it because of repeated intrusions that looked like they came from some IANA "blackhole server." I'm starting to wonder why I even got the software because you have to make exceptions to the whole security wall l in order to send cookies for email and google. That's where most of the problems get into my system.. It's basically a way to hide, I guess, your web habits but I don't really have to worry about that.
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