botrevolt

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Terms and Conditions
  • This is a 1-user 6-months license, for home use
  • Free updates for one year
  • No free tech support
  • Must be downloaded, installed, and registered before the offer is over
Technical Details
  • Developed by Bot Revolt
  • Version is 1.4.3
  • Download size is 22.4 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/46
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Oct 25, 2013

Free Bot Revolt (100% discount)!

$47.00 Free!

Bot Revolt protects your PC by blocking malware (viruses, trojans, etc.) in real-time, before it is downloaded to your computer. Essentially, it is a firewall designed specifically to block malicious connections.

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  1. CthulhuSaves

    Reply to this comment#6

    [@Ashraf]

    I don’t have a problem with people using open source materials to build on. What I have a problem with is people taking an open source program, written by others, and re-packaging it for personal profit. That is just wrong on so many levels. As for the blocklists, although I haven’t bothered to confirm it, I’m confident they’re likely using the same lists from Bluetack (www.iblocklist.com), which are also free to the public (yet Bot Revolt gives subscribers the impression they’re paying for those up-to-date lists)..

    I think what really freaked me out was the installer saying I already had it installed. I mean, wow, it sees PeerBlock and recognizes it as itself. Says a lot about what’s “under the hood,” so to speak, which is to say, they apparently didn’t do much beyond giving it a new paint job. The audacity astounds me.

  2. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#5

    [@CthulhuSaves] I’m sorry, but you don’t understand the point of open source. One of the big reasons open source is open source is so people can use that code and build stuff from it. I’m not saying Bot Revolt is a good program (in fact, I reviewed it and found it to be terrible), but you can’t call it a scam because they used open source software for their program. The whole point of open source software is to use them in other projects! The attraction of Bot Revolt isn’t the program itself but rather the supposed database of 1+ billion malicious websites/IP addresses they have, which they did not take from PeerBlock as far as I know.

  3. seriousnoize

    Reply to this comment#4

    @CthulhuSaves, Thank you, Uninstalled Bot Revolt and just installed PeerBlock, I can see the similarities, they are obvious. I will be using PeerBlock from now on. Thanks again.

  4. CthulhuSaves

    Reply to this comment#3

    [@CthulhuSaves]

    Just to clarify, this is not the maker(s) of PeerBlock merely trying to make a buck. As far as anyone can tell, it’s another company entirely trying to make money off of someone else’s hard work using their freely given software.

  5. CthulhuSaves

    Reply to this comment#2

    To anyone that cares (especially SoS), this software is a scam. It’s an open source, freeware program called PeerBlock that they’ve slapped a new face and name on. I tried to install it just now (not knowing what it actually was) and it told me that I already had the program installed and to please turn it off to continue installation! (I’ve run PeerBlock for years.) Even the free version of Bot Revolt is just a cripped version of PeerBlock. Makes me sick.

    I wouldn’t have minded seeing someone pick up and carry the torch, since PB hasn’t been updated in ages (still works fine, though, and the lists it uses come from currently maintained sites), but to begin *charging* for a free, open source program… and a *subscription* nonetheless, is just a horrible thing to do. I think SoS should slap these guys down for pulling a stunt like this, not to mention using them to gain subscribers.

  6. seriousnoize

    Reply to this comment#1

    I installed this software and activated it, My operating system is Vista, should I turn off my Windows Firewall or run it alongside this software? I looked in security center and it makes no mention of Bit Revolt being an active firewall, even after a reboot, the software is actively running. The description of this software says 2-way Firewall. I have always heard it is not a good idea to run more than one Firewall. Any information, thanks in advance.

Important Info

Limited Time Offer!
[tminus t= "10/26/2013 00:00:00" omitweeks="true" style="carbonlite"]

Terms and Conditions

  • This is a 1-user 6-months license, for home use
  • Free updates for one year
  • No free tech support
  • Must be downloaded, installed, and registered before the offer is over

Technical Details

  • Developed by Bot Revolt
  • Version is 1.4.3
  • Download size is 22.4 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 0/46

This may not be resold for profit.

No refunds and exchanges. If you are having trouble activating or registering, please contact us.