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Lusitano

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  1. SAS updates, even with Pro version are not incremental, but they are zipped to reduce download size. I wish they start using incremental updates like AV software, or at least switch to 7-Zip over Zip. For some reason I get slow updates with my ISP (the traffic routing to SAS servers looses lots of packages), and incremental updates would be very nice.
  2. This happens everytime I start a quick scan.
  3. Found an issue. While doing a quick scan it crashed, but it asked to send report which I've allowed of course
  4. So far, so good, seems to work perfectly (except the Repairs, of course )
  5. I do have the same issue, but it's diferent. It starts the Pro version with Lifetime subscription, but when scan finishes and starts cleaning it reverts to trial expired. Then I close SAS and run again, and it starts again as lifetime subscription, and it can clean. It seems there's some problem with SAS, sometimes it forgets the registration info. I'm working under Windows 7 x64. I already followed the suggestion on FAQ, but no luck.
  6. I'm running SAS under Windows 7 x64 and every time I want to update it I need to press the update button twice, because the first time it starts checking updates but then it closes the update window. Then I click a second time and it updates normally. Why this behavior?
  7. That would be only valid if one is using real time protection, which is not my case.
  8. Well, I found that couldn't activate SAS under Windows 7. It did activate, but next time would be on trial again. So, I tried running in administrator mode and it activated properly. You should set the main executable to run with administrator privileges in the next version.
  9. I'm having the same or even slower update times than previous version, so I don't see any improvement. Then you aren't running 4.28.1006. Yes, I am. And I can't confirm update speed increase, takes pretty much the same time as previous version. If you need any kind of debbuging I will gladly help.
  10. I'm having the same or even slower update times than previous version, so I don't see any improvement.
  11. Also the updates are still slow. Still using the old ZIP packing, when 7-zip with superior compression could be used freely.
  12. SAS detects cookies that are not present on my HDD. Does it really checks if the files are really there or it just gets info from index.dat ?
  13. In my case it detects non existing cookies. Maybe it checks index.dat and not the actual files, I don't know.
  14. This only works when userinit.exe function is replaced by a different file name, am I right? If the userinit.exe is overwritten with a malware file, most times user can't even logon into Windows, much less run SAS It will actually restore the original USERINIT.EXE if it's present on the system, which it has to be or else Windows wouldn't be able to start I've seen cases where the userinit.exe gets overwritten by some malware file, and some anti-virus deletes the userinit.exe later. Result: user can't logon into Windows, in this case SAS won't help. However, this is a rare case.
  15. This only works when userinit.exe function is replaced by a different file name, am I right? If the userinit.exe is overwritten with a malware file, most times user can't even logon into Windows, much less run SAS
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