Enough security

Discussion in 'malware problems & news' started by david banner, Feb 11, 2012.

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  1. david banner
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    I have a new windows 7 64 bit PC. I have NAV 2012/Comodo Firewall/Winpatrol.
    Is that enough security. I also have MBAM Pro/ SAS on demand. When I ran MBAM Pro realtime with NAV the PC was very slow, same with threatfire/NAV - conflict I expect

    Seems to me the AV's do a lot more than they used to and there is conflict with other security programs
  2. TheKid7
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    I would add Sandboxie.
  3. david banner
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    david banner Registered Member

    Even with the sandbox in comodo? Actualy i have sandboxie on another pC. In what way would you suggest i use it, to run unknown apps? Thanks
  4. ams963
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    ams963 Registered Member

    I think this thread should be moved to other antimalware software sub-forum for better and max. exposure.......
  5. stapp
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    I would first suggest you exclude MBAM from NAV and vice versa.
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    david banner Registered Member

    how do you do that? Is that what is called an exception? will it allow them both to run at the same time
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  8. TheKid7
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    I have no recent experience with Comodo. However, I have heard that Sandboxie is far superior to Comodo's sandbox. I would disable Comodo's sandbox feature and install and use Sandboxie. I would always have the web browser in a sandbox any time that you are on the web.
  9. Osaban
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    I would also go for Sandboxie + NAV, and MBAM on demand which can be used within the sandbox when needed.
  10. ams963
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    @david banner
    follow the instructions given in the link posted by stapp......then go for nav + mbam pro + sbie + sas + winpatrol.......add hitman pro , keyscrambler ....you can also use comodo fw or use windows fw.......

    do not click on adds..........try not downloading porn videos/pics let alone visiting those sites unless you have subscriptions to legitimate sites(not sure if there are any)......try not clicking on attachments from suspicious or unknown email sender........try not to give around your email address to every site that ask you to......try not to visit sites that will teach you to earn money easily or that will give you part time full time jobs guaranteed........try not to clicking on every video you see on facebook or every link.....same with chatting online......

    use an imaging software either free(my favorite Keriver 1-Click Restore) or paid(my favorites Shadow Protect , Image for Windows).......use SUMo Lite or Secunia PSI and definitely update Windows.......try downloading software from either FileHippo or Softpedia......use your credit card credentials online cautiously....

    and I think you're good to go.........
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