CryptoPrevent Version 8 will be released by Halloween!
New Features, Protections and White-Label is coming back!
It’s been a long time in the making and we feel that it’s about that time, time for a full release! We wanted to give you one last opportunity to test out the new version and report any issues as well as an opportunity to get the lifetime license before we move to a new year-based pricing model for support and updates.
CrytpoPrevent Version 8 (CPv8) has been completely re-written from the ground up to provide even more protection, new features, and improved performance! With this full re-write updates will be easier for us which means they will come to you even faster! From the amazing new HoneyPot Detection and FolderWatch to a new set of definitions to an improved FilterModule (based on d7x technology platform) to thousands more SRP protections. CPv8 has been streamlined, facelifted and ready to help protect your system from more ransomware and malware than ever!
In honor of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, we will have the new version rolling out to all current version 7’s out there by the end of this month! Coming with this new release is going to be a new year-based pricing structure. You will have the option to purchase either a year of support and updates (including any major revisions during that time) or a 3-year package at a discounted rate.
But you still have time to take advantage of the current lifetime license now! From Unlimited Bulk Pack (that’s right Unlimited) to individual Bulk Packs to Single Premium editions you can get your lifetime license for — off using the coupon code ———– The lifetime license and the Unlimited Bulk Pack will no longer be available once CPv8 has been released, so get your copy or stock up on licenses now
Click HERE to Purchase a Lifetime License Now
Be sure to use the coupon code ———— for — off the regular price
Bringing with this change, however, we are excited to also announce the return of the White-Label Edition! Available in bulk packs similar to what we have now you will be able to brand and customize CryptoPrevent Protections to your liking for deployment to your customers with a name they trust (YOURS)! The new White-Label will still bear the name CryptoPrevent but your company’s name and logo will be prominently displayed and several customizations will be available to you that are not available in the other editions! There will not be an upgrade path for the White-Label edition from a version 7 (Premium/Bulk) product key/purchase, but if you would like to pre-order White-Label keys now at a discounted rate of — the prices listed below.
(**previous owners of the original White-Label will be upgraded automatically without any changes to their current terms**)
New Features Included in Version 8
Going past just Software Restriction Policies and improving on what Filter Module provides in protection. FolderWatch will allow CPv8 to monitor and protect folders from items that match the new and improved malware definitions included with CPv8. Customize which folders are protected (beyond standard user folders) with the Premium Version (including CPv7 lifetime licenses).
HoneyPot Detection via Folder Watch Protection
This is the feature we are most excited about providing in CPv8. If ransomware does manage to get through your other defenses, the HoneyPot Detection feature will limit or even prevent the encryption of files on a computer. This feature will be one of our first Premium Only Protection options in CryptoPrevent. (Because we feel it is that good, but CPv7 lifetime licenses will have it included!)
How does it work:
-creates and monitors honey pot files on selected FolderWatch folders
-when malicious activity is detected all processes are terminated and user is prompted to shutdown or reboot (customizable options will be provided in the White-Label Edition!)
Updated Filter Module
Filter Module has also been completely re-written from the ground up using the d7x technology platform Nick has been working on. Improved performance, improved compatibility and more updates to come as the d7x platform continues to evolve. This will also take advantage of the new and improved malware definitions being included with CPv8.
Updated Malware Defintions
The malware hash definitions have been completely redesigned and a significant number of hashes have been added including hashes of samples we have found or have been submitted to us. There is also a new Expanded Definition set that includes even more definitions although these may carry a risk of having a higher false positive rate. The malware definitions backend has also undergone improvements on our side to provide a more regularly scheduled release ability automatically.
QuickAccess SystemTray Notification
Providing the ability to review or quickly change CryptoPrevent protections (like when you need to lower protections to install certain software or run backup operations. Convenient access to KillEmAll and balloon notifications of when files execution is prevent, files are quarantined or when HoneyPot Detection has been activated. This feature will be Premium Only option. (CPv7 lifetime licenses will have this included)
KillEmAll v5 will be integrated into CPv8. Based on the d7x technology platform, this feature provides quick, efficient process termination when you can’t trust the “X-button” to close a window. From malicious pop-up windows, to sites that display unmovable windows, to programs that just won’t exit…KillEmAll stops them dead in their tracks. This can be accessed from the main CPv8 interface for all edtions (including the free version) but comes in handy the most from the QuickAccess SystemTray feature (which is Premium Only) and plays a major role in the HoneyPot Detection feature as well (which is also Premium Only) (CPv7 lifetime licenses will have these premium features included)
Updated Software Restriction Policies
The protection that started it all has been vastly updated to attempt to protect your system even more. With over 2500+ just on minimum protection level with up to 3500+ on higher protection levels, new extensions will be blocked as well as new preventions of certain windows features/applications that can be used maliciously against your files. Even more software restriction protections options are in planning/internal testing phases, so there is still even more to come after CPv8 is released.
If you can’t wait to get your hands on the updated version of CryptoPrevent, we offer a public beta and would greatly appreciate your feedback on it! All current v7 premium keys are valid for activation of premium features, but the free protections are also available for anyone to try and use!
Try the CryptoPrevent Version 8 Beta Now
See the new year-based pricing structure that is coming with version 8’s release
All updates, including major versions and definitions, will be available during the purchased term as well as unlimited support via email, forums, phone and even live weekday webcasts is included during the purchased year-based term options
Purchase term starts at point of activation/install on a computer and is good for the full purchased term from that time
CryptoPrevent v8 Premium Single Key
(good for up to 5 personally owned computers or 1 commercially operated computer)
$20.00 1-year term
$15.00 yearly auto-billed
CryptoPrevent Bulk – 10 pack
(good for 10 commercially operated or personally owned computers)
$99.00 1-year term
$222.75 3-year term
CryptoPrevent Bulk – 25 pack
(good for 25 commercially operated computers or resale of individual licenses)
$149 1-year term
$335.25 3-year term
CryptoPrevent Bulk – 50 pack
(good for 50 commercially operated computers or resale of individual licenses)
$199 1-year term
$447.75 3-year term
CryptoPrevent Bulk – 100 pack
(good for 100 commercially operated computers or resale of individual licenses)
$299 1-year term
$672.75 3-year term
CryptoPrevent Bulk – 250 pack
(good for 250 commercially operated computers or resale of individual licenses)
$649 1-year term
$1460.25 3-year term
CryptoPrevent Bulk – 500 pack
(good for 500 commercially operated computers or resale of individual licenses)
$999 1-year term
$2247.75 3-year term
CryptoPrevent White-Label – 10 pack
(good for 10 branded commercially operated computers or resale of individual licenses)
$123.75 1-year term
$278.43 3-year term
CryptoPrevent White-Label – 25 pack
(good for 25 branded commercially operated computers or resale of individual licenses)
$186.25 1-year term
$419.06 3-year term
CryptoPrevent White-Label – 50 pack
(good for 50 branded commercially operated computers or resale of individual licenses)
$248.75 1-year term
$559.68 3-year term
CryptoPrevent White-Label – 100 pack
(good for 100 branded commercially operated computers or resale of individual licenses)
$373.75 1-year term
$840.97 3-year term
CryptoPrevent White-Label – 250 pack
(good for 250 branded commercially operated computers or resale of individual licenses)
$811.25 1-year term
$1824.31 3-year term
CryptoPrevent White-Label – 500 pack
(good for 500 branded commercially operated computers or resale of individual licenses)
$1248.75 1-year term
$2809.68 3-year term
Remember you can still get a version 7 lifetime license(s) now for — off and beat the year-based terms coming with the release of version 8. They will include all updates and features included in CryptoPrevent Premium for life!
Get your lifetime license(s) now
Be sure to use the coupon code ————- for — off the regular price
As a last note, we at Foolish IT would like to thank you and the entire IT community for all the continued support and encouragement we have received over the years! Providing protections to the millions that have installed CryptoPrevent to protect their systems humbles us daily. On that note, however, we would like to remind you that CryptoPrevent (even with version 8’s new features and protections) is not an end-all security system. The only true security for computers is a multi-layered approach which includes regular backups, active antivirus/antimalware, as well as other user & network level security measures, and most importantly continuous user education. While we try our best to provide the most security at our software’s level and general public education, all of these items play an important role in protecting your systems and data from malicious software. While we can not recommend which other software specifically will work best for you and your situation, we highly recommend you research these other items as well as employing CryptoPrevent. Always feel free to take advantage of the decades of computer repair/service knowledge the team at Foolish IT has by asking us questions anytime!