Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.
Now I know what you mean....Long live Sandboxie!
And I do have a tendency of doing that ever so often. I do feel more secure than I ever have been, but as anyone knows, no security setup is 100% safe.
you use any kind of encryption, file shredder software?
I just added the strong NoScript add-on.....
I use TrueCrypt on my laptop, but not on my Desktop. I disk encrypt my laptop just in case it does get stolen. As for just securely shredding files, I use SlimCleaner for that.
Webroot SecureAnywhere Essentials
Webroot SecureAnywhere firewall + Online Armour Premium
Malwarebytes Antimalware PRO
Hitman Pro Paid
adblock plus(malware domains, fanboy's ultimate list)
quick heal dna scan
EgisTec MyWinlocker 4
Egistec Files Shredder
Webroot Backup & Sync
Keriver 1-Click Restore Free
Dr. Web CureIt
AVZ antiviral toolkit
Emsisoft emergency kit
Norton power eraser
Secure DNS Services:
norton dns-18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124
comodo secure dns-126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52
That is a really good extension too.
ah! I see.....and you are using this comodo setup on laptop right?......
Add that to your Junk Cleaning/Optimizing, and you're good. Man, you have quite the setup. I would have to say, frickin' awesome setup. How are you doing on system resources....Is it pretty light?
Ok , thanks. I also am thinking about sandboxie realtime but i don't now if that is a good choise.
Not on the laptop, I have to re-do that one as well....Just haven't gotten around to that one yet. As for my other Laptop (Mac), I am running the Comodo Antivirus in combination with the built-In OS Firewall. Mac doesn't have as much choices as Windows....Wish it did though. I have 3 machines that are mine to setup, then I have to setup the family computers as well....Just need to find the time.
I am telling you darts, you won't regret it if you do. Sandboxie is amazing stuff. Try out the fully functional trial (30 Days) to see if you like it or not. I bet you end up getting the $40 lifetime license if you decide to test it out.
sandboxie is always a good idea
I've already tried that....it's kind of bloated....ccleaner and defraggler eats no ram and rock
oh! I see...
Really? I haven't had any problems with it on my main desktop machine, or my laptop. Hmmmm, that's weird. Another good one that you might want to check out is System Ninja or Wise Disk Cleaner. Wise Disk Cleaner is my favorite one out of all of them....Highly recommended.
or keep using sbie free until when and if you feel to purchase to sbie lifetime or 1 year license to unlock some features and remove a nag reminder window.....
I said it was bloated not that I had any probs with it.....
Or that as well, HaHaHa Should of added that in there somewhere.
Sorry, I should have re-phrased that, I haven't had any bloat from the software. Everyone has different experiences I guess.
I have used wise disk cleaner and registry cleaner from the days there were free and paid versions...now they are of course free versions only.......I would rather recommend wise registry cleaner than disk cleaner if I have to......but I don't need them......you ever tried ccleaner?....trust me it's all you need...pretty powerful stuff.......
I would rather use Kingsoft PC Doctor lite......then again I don't.....
Just done a fresh Win7 install on my new HD. Destroyed the previous one.
Anti-Malware: MBAM Pro
Anti-Virus: Avast (free)
Firewall: COMODO Firewall (free), Windows 7 Firewall Control (free)
Browser: Firefox (NoScript, AdBlock, BetterPrivacy, HTTPS-Everywhere, PrivacyChoice TrackerBlock, WOT)
General things: TrueCrypt containers (not FDE, dunno how), CCleaner, Defraggler, Eraser, YubiKey
Still don't think it's enough. Thinking about TrueCrypt FDE and Sandboxie, but I don't want to screw things up. And Sandboxie is a bit on the pricey side.
Of course, A machine without CCleaner? I wouldn't dare run a setup without it. I tend to use more than one cleaner, as they all find different thing's than the other. I am somewhat of a system utility hoarder HaHaHa
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