What is your security setup these days?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.

  1. Arcanez
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    of course AppGuard:thumb: ....and some other stuff :D
  2. jmonge
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    ams963 and Arcanez:thumb: :thumb:
  3. jmonge
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    jmonge Registered Member

    i love AppGuard but my faborite one is webroot secure anywhere;) it is just rich in features
  4. LoneWolf
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    DefenseWall 3.18
    Faronics Anti-Executable 5
    Shadow Defender 1.1.0.325

    Macrium Reflect ~ System Explorer ~ SeconfigXp ~ AdMuncher ~ OpenDNS ~ Opera
  5. modano
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    setup in my sig. :) should I add something:)how is it? :)

    P.S EPIC thread :D
  6. searaider
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    Greetings, setup on my signature.
  7. BonskY
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    Trying this great setup (Window XP SP3)

    • Webroot Secure Anywhere Essential (Firewall disabled)
    • Outpost Firewall PRO
    • Sandboxies PRO
    • Filehippo + Window Update On
    • Open DNS
    • Firefox (WOT + Ghostery + Adblock + Https Everywhere + Qualy’s browser check)
    • Backup: Important files on a Crypted USB stick away from my PC and to my Ubuntu One account.

    Have a nice day! :cool:
  8. Sevens
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    BullGuard Antivirus 12
    DefenseWall Personal Firewall 3.18
    COMODO Time Machine (C Drive only)
    ViceVersa Pro 2 (D backup)
  9. The Seeker
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    Re-added Malwarebytes Anti-Malware PRO for added peace of mind.
  10. justenough
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    modano and searaider, nice setups, you might want to keep a system image in a safe place just in case. I use Macrium Reflect, there are other good ones.

    Edit: Wait, searaider are you running both KIS 2012 and EAM at the same time?
    Last edited: Apr 18, 2012
  11. jmonge
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    Originally Posted by ams963
    Webroot SecureAnywhere Essentials
    Emsisoft Antimalware
    Online Armour Premium
    Malwarebytes Antimalware PRO
    SUPERAntiSpyware PRO
    HitmanPro(paid)
    Sandboxie(paid)
    Zemana AntiLogger
    Secunia PSI
    Keriver 1-Click Restore

    I think I'm full :D

    WAY TOO MUCH:) :D :argh:
    with just Webroot SecureAnywhere Essentials and
    Malwarebytes Antimalware PRO
    you are set to go:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
  12. Dark Shadow
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    ams963 with all that security running,you be very lucky if you dont eventually get a BSOD.I hope you a least excluded each other.
  13. EASTER
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    And i thought i was bad in HEAPING it on with everything imaginable. No wonder malware never stood a chance on my net machines.

    He's going to have to take up active research and testing malware crap locally because nothing vicious could possibly invade such a mass of security of that magnitude :D
  14. ams963
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    nice setup wolf.....solid and very strong:thumb:......
  15. ams963
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    ams963 Registered Member

    no need for mamutu....eset got hips......also backup solution/imaging software would strengthen your setup big time if you're not using one already;)
  16. ams963
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    ams963 Registered Member

    I know buddy.....but I like fireworks:D
  17. ams963
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    ams963 Registered Member

    I have to say I am very lucky ;)
  18. ams963
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    ams963 Registered Member

    you have no idea:D .....
  19. ams963
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    ams963 Registered Member

    I'm waiting to whack those malware :ninja: .....bring 'em on :cool: ......
  20. ams963
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    Internet Security:
    Webroot SecureAnywhere Essentials
    Emsisoft Antimalware

    Firewall:
    Webroot SecureAnywhere firewall + Online Armour Premium

    Sandboxing/Isolating Software:
    Sandboxie Paid

    Antimalware:
    Malwarebytes Antimalware PRO

    Antispyware:
    SUPERAntiSpyware PRO

    AntiLogger:
    Zemana AntiLogger

    On-Demand:
    Hitman Pro Paid

    Browser:

    Firefox
    add-ons:
    adblock plus(malware domains, fanboy's ultimate list)
    WOT
    bitdefender quickscan
    betterprivacy
    lastpass
    showip
    trafficlight
    quickwiki

    Internet Explorer
    smartscreen
    quick heal dna scan

    Update:
    Secunia PSI

    Junk Cleaning/optimizing:
    Ccleaner
    Defraggler

    Password Manager:
    LastPass Free

    Data Encryption:
    EgisTec MyWinlocker 4

    File Shredder:
    Egistec Files Shredder

    Online Backup:
    Windows Skydrive

    OS Backup:
    Keriver 1-Click Restore Free

    Portable:
    Emsisoft emergency kit
    Superantispyware
    Tdssiller
    F-secure easyclean
    Bytehero
    Norton power eraser
    Remotedll

    Secure DNS Services:
    norton dns-198.153.192.1 and 198.153.194.1.
    comodo secure dns-8.26.56.26 and 8.20.247.20

    do I need anything else?:)
  21. Page42
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    Small item I'll note... you might think about changing your Norton DNS to 198.153.192.40 and 198.153.194.40.
    You're using the V1 settings, which still work.
    V2 came out around September 2011, and is now called Norton ConnectSafe.
    My thinking is that v2 is more advanced somehow (because it is the most recent version) but I have no solid info to base that on. ;)
  22. searaider
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    Greetings, sorry for the delay, yes I am, and no problems at all.
  23. tomazyk
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    One classical HIPS and Behavior Blocker and you're fine :)

    Then you can start new thread "BSOD of a day" and post new picture every day...
  24. KelvinW4
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    Thats a good idea:thumb: :thumb:
  25. jmonge
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    hips programs it's a must these days:thumb: :thumb: