Posted 22 March 2011 - 01:20 PM
Why women need ChicaPC-Shield for their computers?
Internet crime and security breaches are continually increasing. Anti-Virus programs and Firewalls are simply not enough to protect your computer from all possible threats. Malware, or malicious software, continues to infect even the most well-protected computers. ChicaPC-Shield developed with proven anti-malware technology powered by Malwarebytes and designed it completely accessible by employing simple language and a no-nonsense approach with a womens needs and work flow in mind.
Limitations: At this time if a user has pre-installed Malwarebytes full version and is actively running, they have to disable active protection on their Malwabytes in order to run ChicaPC-Shields full version, active at the same time.
It appears to a licensed re branded version of Malwarebytes marketed to women. The GUI has been changed a bit.
Posted 22 March 2011 - 04:17 PM
ChicaLogic is a partner with MBAM and an announcement is going to be made shortly in the coming day(s).
Thank you for your speedy effort, and bringing this matter to our attention, we really appreciate that.
Posted 22 March 2011 - 04:50 PM
This is another registry scan... Wait Scam to tell you have 2000 plus REGISTRY errors and then have to pay to fix?
Posted 22 March 2011 - 05:18 PM
ChicaLogic is about empowering women globally in the Information Age.
If yesterdays woman mastered the art of juggling family, friends, and career, then todays woman has mastered the art of synergistic integration of all that and more. Multitasking is no longer a trendy buzzword; its a way of life. And women are the vanguards of the movement thanks to their computers, the Internet, and all manner of digital media.
But a womans computer is more than a digitized day planner from which she runs her life, organizes her business, and manages her home. A womans computer is her beacon in a global economy. Its where she negotiates multimillion-dollar deals over morning espresso while shes still in her PJs; its how she stays connected to friends and family, whether they are down the street or Down Under; and its what she relies on every day to keep her grounded and inspired, informed and educated, engaged and entertained. So the last thing any woman wants or needs is to spend valuable time deciphering which computer hardware and/or software programs are best suited to her lifestyle.
And thats where ChicaLogic comes in.
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Lori Fraijo Raygoza, the "Chica" in Charge, Business and Operations Development, e-Commerce Powerhouse
Lori Fraijo Raygoza is more than the powerhouse behind ChicaLogicshes an international superstar. With more than 12 years of comprehensive management and hands-on experience in online sales and marketing, operations, business development, and website architecture, Lori has been a leading eCommerce consultant around the world and has worked with some of the most respected companies in the business, such as buy.com, Digital River, Syncables, and SPAMfighter. Her proven track record consists of developing lucrative B2B programs and various brand initiatives; providing eCommerce education, channel conflict resolution, and online merchandising strategies; up-selling marketing programs and creating direct marketing programs; and conducting website, search engine optimization, and sales data analyses, among many other things. All in all, there isnt much she cant do. Lori graduated from California State University, Fresno with a degree in Health Science Administration. Her enthusiasm for creating within the global corporate culture is tempered only by her love, admiration, and devotion to her two lovely daughters. Lori isnt just a forward-thinking 21st-century woman; she created the concept. Contact Lori Raygoza
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Based in Southern California, Rebecca J. Razo has more than 14 years combined writing, editing, production, and consulting experience in consumer and trade media, book publishing, and civil service. In addition to writing, styling, and producing books and features in the art, consumer-shelter, and alternative-health genres, Rebecca has held a range of editorial and project-management positions, including managing editor, developmental editor, and acquisitions editor. She specializes in corporate editorial content and consulting, instructional and educational writing and editing, and licensing and acquisitions for the publishing industry. Rebecca holds degrees in Administration of Justice and English. She is a wife and mother, and has taught her 20-year-old daughter the value of embracing her own ChicaPower. Learn more about Rebecca at www.rebeccarazo.com.
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In a nutshellor better yet, a gigabyteIrma Olguin is a proud professional geek. And thats totally ok with her and with all of us at ChicaLogic, since Irmawho is known around here as Irmsis the best Web developer we know and has got the creds to prove it. Our own personal Ms. Smarty Pants attended the University of Toledo on a full scholarship where she majored in Computer Science & Engineering and minored in Business Administration. Irma has been building websites for last 10 years and has done work for lots and lots and lots (did we say lots?) of big wigs, including multi-million dollar companies and international organizations (wed tell you who they are, but then wed have to kill you.) Bottom line is: If you have a website, you want really want Irms to work on it! Learn more about Irma at http://blog.irmsgeek....com/about-irms
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Posted 22 March 2011 - 06:48 PM
So is it almost Malwarebytes but a little different and aimed at women? And includes an AV or should an AV still be used? Just a little confused based on what the article says.
Posted 22 March 2011 - 07:21 PM
Posted 23 March 2011 - 03:46 AM
Posted 23 March 2011 - 11:58 AM
A very smart and good business partnership you have created. Congrats to you and the MBAM staff.
Posted 21 April 2011 - 06:35 PM
than the Men's computers.
Which version does the better job ???
Posted 26 June 2011 - 09:31 PM
My reasons for stating the above are as follows:
Chicalogic sell a registry cleaner call Chica-PCfix, it is the same as SLOW-PCfighter which is published by SPAMfighter, but of course with a different name and different graphics. I believe that Chicalogic is actually part of SPAMfighter. The issue I have with Chica-PCfix is sadly, as is the case for many registry cleaners - highly misleading claims are used to sell it. For example "Clean out the clutter causing your PC to be slow. Get your PC running like new again within 1-click!" Which of course sounds good - but however the reality is very different. Many windows experts say that registry cleaners are useless and that cleaning the registry is a complete waste of time. Based on my own personal experience with registry cleaners, I can say that only in very rare cases cleaning the registry can lead to increased performance, or can fix errors. It's worth noting that you have to actually purchase Chica-PCfix before you can find any so called registry errors it finds, and even if many thousands of registry errors are found - cleaning them will often not lead to faster PC performance of fixing of problems or errors.
So, in other words the ckaim that their product will "get your PC running like new again within 1-click!" is highly dubious at best. They also make other equally dubious claims on their website.
If they were a trustworthy company, they shouldn't make there kinds of outrageous claims in the first place. When I questioned them about this over a year ago I got an unsatisfactory response back. However they did not respond to further emails I sent them. Also, when I started posting on their Facebook page, to draw attention to their questionable business practices they responded by removing the ability for users to post comments on their Facebook page.
The following post at Major Geeks may also provide useful reading:
It is a discussion about the program Registry Reviver which is another (there are many) renamed version of SLOW-PCfighter.
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