RegDefend 2.001 for Windows

by Ghost Security

Avg. Rating 3.5 (11 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.0 MB
License Shareware, $29.95
Operating System Windows 2000/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,173
Publisher Ghost Security
Homepage RegDefend

Publisher's Description

RegDefend is a kernel based registry protection system, intercepting changes to the registry before they occur. It sits between the registry and applications which want to use it. If an application breaks any RegDefend rule that the user has setup then it will be blocked from doing what it wants.

Latest Reviews

Eldar

Eldar reviewed v2.001 on Nov 13, 2005

A must have to tighten your security. Every change to your registry is instantly detected. The user must decide whether to allow or deny, so nothing is done automatically, although you can create your own rules.
Like others said before me it uses minimal resources.
Further more once you buy it, you get life-time free upgrades and a discount on further purchases. Great app Jason. ;-)

siliconman01

siliconman01 reviewed v2.001 on Sep 15, 2005

RegDefend is one of the key security tools that I rely on for protection of my system against criminal activities by trojans, spyware, viruses, worms and the like. The latest version 2.001 is highly customizable and incorporates a user friendly GUI for setup, customizing, and monitoring.

Whereas RegDefend works deep through the kernel, there are minimal resource requirements and no polling chewing up CPU cycles. Although it "sounds" like it is one of those programs that is for advanced users, it definitely can be implemented relatively easily by a novice. The default registry defense groups are extensive. For the majority of users, the default registry defense groups will adequately protect against malicious registry modifications. Highly recommend!

On my XP-SP2 Dell running 24/7 with a cable modem, I feel I've enhanced my security protection significantly by installing RegDefend.

zridling

zridling reviewed v2.0 on Sep 4, 2005

I have a test system that I tried RegDefend on, and I was surprised by how effective it worked. I tend to think most registry tools are either overhyped or overzealous. I installed some nasty crap on my system, but RegDefend either returned my registry to its previous state, or when deleting fragments, erased even the trickiest orphaned entries. Unlike some other registry tools, RegDefend doesn't erase entries essential to another program's use. Well worth the price.

Avg. Rating 3.5 (11 votes)
Your Rating
Eldar

Eldar reviewed v2.001 on Nov 13, 2005

A must have to tighten your security. Every change to your registry is instantly detected. The user must decide whether to allow or deny, so nothing is done automatically, although you can create your own rules.
Like others said before me it uses minimal resources.
Further more once you buy it, you get life-time free upgrades and a discount on further purchases. Great app Jason. ;-)

siliconman01

siliconman01 reviewed v2.001 on Sep 15, 2005

RegDefend is one of the key security tools that I rely on for protection of my system against criminal activities by trojans, spyware, viruses, worms and the like. The latest version 2.001 is highly customizable and incorporates a user friendly GUI for setup, customizing, and monitoring.

Whereas RegDefend works deep through the kernel, there are minimal resource requirements and no polling chewing up CPU cycles. Although it "sounds" like it is one of those programs that is for advanced users, it definitely can be implemented relatively easily by a novice. The default registry defense groups are extensive. For the majority of users, the default registry defense groups will adequately protect against malicious registry modifications. Highly recommend!

On my XP-SP2 Dell running 24/7 with a cable modem, I feel I've enhanced my security protection significantly by installing RegDefend.

zridling

zridling reviewed v2.0 on Sep 4, 2005

I have a test system that I tried RegDefend on, and I was surprised by how effective it worked. I tend to think most registry tools are either overhyped or overzealous. I installed some nasty crap on my system, but RegDefend either returned my registry to its previous state, or when deleting fragments, erased even the trickiest orphaned entries. Unlike some other registry tools, RegDefend doesn't erase entries essential to another program's use. Well worth the price.

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