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OSSS: Security Suite v1.3

4 December, 2009

Results of our recent 7 weeks efforts are finally available.

We are happy to present Online Solutions Security Suite (OSSS) v1.3!

As we have promised, starting with version 1.3 OSSS will include Online Solutions Autorun Manager (OSAM) - a highly powerful tool for detecting and removing malware and rootkits. This innovation ensures successful operation of the product on infected computers. The first step is to get rid of malware using an integrated into OSSS module for detecting and removing malware and rootkits. Next you only have to configure а preventive defense to forget about malware once and forever.

Besides OSAM integration, this version also includes Online Solutions Hosts Editor (OSHE) - a module that ensures user-friendly viewing and editing the HOSTS file.

Unfortunately, localized versions of OSAM and OSHE have not been completed due to the lack of time. However, we are highly eager to localize them by the New Year holidays as well.

Autorun Manager Hosts Manager

Version 1.3 features a number of facilities that considerably improve network interaction:

NAT Configuration

Another prominent feature to point at is support of Windows 7. From now on, our solution is available for users of this operating system to ensure protection for their computers and important data.

Step by step, out product incorporates more and more various functions and configuration facilities. Starting with version 1.1, the product has ensured facilitated initial configuration through the “Security Master” module, which is constantly being developed. Version 1.3 supports fast and convenient customization of the Internet connection type, transit packet transfer, and the use of NAT at the OSSS installation stage.

LAN Settings

It is well known, that OSPD, OSPF and OSSS ensure efficient comprehensive computer protection through low-level interception of system functions.

In order to implement this technique correctly, we need certain information from the kernel system files. These files may differ from one operating system version to another because they strongly depend on the currently installed service packs.

In some cases, to get the required system files our users had to use the KernelChecker program and wait for 1-2 days until we expand our product with support of their computers’ kernels. While working on the current iteration, we have developed a technology to solve this problem. Currently the technology is under testing and is likely to be published in the closest future. We hope this will completely solve the “kernel” problem.

Within the current iteration, we have completed some investigations that had been started in version 1.2, so in the future version we are planning to implement several new rules that will ensure more powerful protection against malware and network attacks.

As usual, your feedback is highly welcome.

Yours, Online Solutions Team