Safeguards your computer from trojans, while also trying to detect hacking attempts and help you trace the location of the attacker
|Updated||May 14th 2004|
TrojanShield Development N/A N/A
|Crack Size||2 MB|
TrojanShield aims to protect your computer against dangerous trojans and hacking attempts, constantly monitoring the system to detect intrusions, suspicious or infected files. The package comprises a set of tools that work together to ensure that the PC is protected at all times.
The most important component of the suite is called TrojanShield Console and it is used to efficietly detect intruders that try to gain remote control over your PC without your consent, in the attempt to steal private data.
The application is configured to automatically block trojans that try to infiltrate your system and display on-screen and /or sound warnings when a hacking attempt is detected. Furthermore, it provides one-click access to all the other utilities included in the package.
The TrojanShield Crack Anti-Trojan aims to identify the presence of a trojan server on your computer, enabling you to run scans on demand of a particular drive or network folder. Also, it can scan the memory or a file and should a trojan virus be detected, it can try to disinfect it.
The suite comes with a process manager that helps you keep an eye on all the running processes, with a special feature: it also displays trojan servers as processes, which are not listed by Task Manager. With its help, you can spot suspicious processes and terminate them in an instant.
Amongst the other tools you can find a startup manager (displays programs that are not normally visible with Task Manager), TrojanShield Tracer (provides information about the hacker that tries to infiltrate your PC), TrojanShield Resolver (a simple host resolver to map IP addresses to hosts and detect the Internet service provider of the attacker) and TrojanShield Pinger (send ping and traceroute commands).
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