Software Update: HitmanPro.Alert 3.1.11 Build 374




SurfRight has released version 3.1.11 of HitmanPro.Alert. Increasingly, we see reports about Internet security and the failure thereof. Hackers try to come up with malware behind financial data in order to plunder accounts. An antivirus program and firewall are often not enough to stop an attack. HitmanPro.Alert can check the integrity of the Web browser. It is not a browser plug-in, but runs as a system service and release from the top right through a so-called flyout window to know if the browser’s integrity has been compromised by malware or not. Support is available for Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera and derived browsers.

Since version 3, the program is no longer free. Browser security is still free, but for protection against Crypto Locker -ransomware, which encrypts all files on the computer, must be paid. A single license of SurfRight, both HitmanPro.Alert as HitmanPro used, prices start at twenty euros. More information is on this page to find. The changelog for this release is as follows:

Build 374

Improved CryptoGuard to detect Zyklon ransomware.
CryptoGuard improved handling of network-based Renames.
Improved callstack report.
Fixed rare BSOD When local ransomware encrypts local file share.
Fixed off-by-one issue in command line parser.
Fixed ROP mitigation Caused URLMON false negative.
Fixed ROP mitigation Caused advapi32 false positive.
Several minor improvements.

HitmanPro.Alert 3 screenshot (620 pix)


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