- provide an effective protection on secure mode (restrictive): any unknown application (not integrated on the configuration) can't be run: according to authors, this mode was tested with success during a risky surf (no AV/AT/AS/Firewall/Windows unpatched/porn and warez sites) and no infection was noticed (but i've not verified this affirmation).
-can cover scripts,
-nice graphic interface.
-does not protect against advanced attacks/threats (interactive mode),
-expensive, in comparison with the features and others products,
-the "lock service" option is not configurable (no list of allowed or blocked service): if we run a new program which works as a service, then SecuriTask block it
-Slowing down of the system (consume too much resources),
-no help file or pdf manual, but just a poor little faq on the web site: a shame regarding the price.
-try to connect to internet.
SecuriTask2005 is a young product which is a little bit similar to ProcessGuard (Gui, service locking feature) but less powerfull and effective.
Securitask2005 is very easy to use and to configure: that's its first quality.
Therefore, this product can be used by beginners and classicals users which have IE as default browser.
Securitask provides a high degree of security only on restrictive mode (any unknown code execution is killed).
But the price is really a major default, especially regarding others products which provide a best value for money.
NB: In order to download the latest version, i've entered my email on the dowload area, and then i've been automatically subscribed to Securitask mailing list.
This kind of manner is scandalous and could be considered as a privacy violation.
I keep the sense of humour and i will not call the police or alert Interpol.
But it's my turn to be incorrect: on the next links, trial versions of SecuriTask2005 are available (exe and zip file) and you don't need to subscribe to the mailing list.