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    SBGuard Anti-Ransomware Alternatives

    SBGuard Anti-Ransomware is described as 'Ransomware prevention tool that protects your Windows PC against all known Ransomware malware, such as CryptoLocker, CryptoWall, TeslaCrypt, CryptoXXX, CTB-Locker, Zepto and many others'. There are six alternatives to SBGuard Anti-Ransomware for Windows. The best alternative is Simple Software Restriction Policy, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like SBGuard Anti-Ransomware are Hardentools (Free, Open Source), SysHardener (Free), Hard_Configurator (Free, Open Source) and ConfigureDefender (Free).

    This page was last updated May 20, 2022
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    Ransomware prevention tool that protects your Windows PC against all known Ransomware malware, such as CryptoLocker,...
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    1. Security add-on for Windows. Make it considerably harder for unwanted software to get launched. Not through file signatures but through identifying places where executables have no right to be, for example Documents folders.
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      Hardentools is a collection of simple tools to help harden Windows by disabling features that present a higher security risk like Windows Scripting Host and Microsoft Office Macros.


    2. Free Windows OS security application that allows you to harden Windows settings to mitigate cybersecurity threats. With this tool you can restrict functionalities of Windows and secure vulnerable applications (i.e Office and Adobe Reader).
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      Hard_Configurator offers a GUI to manage software restriction policies on Windows systems. While the tasks can all be achieved through Regedit this app greatly simplifies the configuration process.
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      ConfigureDefender utility is a GUI application to view and configure important Windows Security settings on Windows 10. It mostly uses PowerShell cmdlets (with a few exceptions).


    3. USB Flash Drives Control is a freeware program that runs in system tray, next to the system clock, and provides access to control the way in which the USB removable drives are used on your computer.
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