With your particular Windows configuration and web surfing habits, probably not.
Well, I guess its never happened to you.
Thank you. That is what I said in my original post.
Good point, but what if its typed in?
What if the thief has all the proper identity verification?
Ever hear of keyloggers?
With all of your experience on the forums you should know...
Recipe for MalwareFree Windows XP Pro
1 Windows XP Pro O/S w/updates
1 Hardware Router/Firewall
1. Turn on PC...
What does the .ini file look like?
Excellent post. This is what I tell my clients all the time.
Just tried it on an XP LUA test account. It just goes to show the power of a Windows LUA. And it doesn't cost a dime. :)
It's (LUA+SRP) a methodology that not too many people seem to use. I don't know why; it's easy, secure, free and gets even better using 64-bit...
Of course, many. I have yet to be infected.
This was my point. I should have been more specific.
If used in conjunction with Windows Policies, that's false.
How, if no execution/write is possible.
What browser do you use Dieselman?
For those folks nervous about the possibility of malware leaks, Sandboxie also works well in an XP Limted Account.
Has anyone actually tested KeyScrambler to see how effective it really is?
COMODO Firewall Pro 3.0
What a wonderful software device.
kookyterp, do you use a hardware firewall in your system?
In terms of security, since this hasn't been mentioned, I would to add "where you go in the Internet". I believe this to be the single most...
Has anyone tested this program with some real bad malware?
I hate McAfee. I have to put up with it everyday at work.
Both Opera and Mozilla do not use Browser Helper Objects or Active X common targets of malware code writers. Security issues or not, with an admin...
Their small ewido command line utility is an excellent alternative to the fully installed program with the current guard.exe issues....
Separate names with a comma.