How does my setup look?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Metal425, Mar 27, 2009.

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  1. Metal425

    Metal425 Registered Member

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    Any advice or changed I should make in my security setup for now, or anything I could possibly do better or get to make my setup more secure?
     
  2. 1000db

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    I would lose DS and use GeSWall free. I've found it light and effective when used with Avira. What the worst that could happen...Returnils got your back.
     
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    Looks good to me.
     
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    it looks just fine;)
     
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    i think it looks good, keep DS, its a good app :D although u may want some sort of backup program.
     
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    The last one is the most important... :thumb:

    Fax
     
  7. Metal425

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    What's a good back up program that you guys reccomend?
     
  8. firzen771

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    i use Rollback Rx which lets u do quick backup/restores in a mature of minutes or sometimes seconds, its nice app.
     
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    is the Rollback Rx a one push bottom recovery?is it yearly subscription?thanks
     
  10. Osaban

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    Technically Rollback Rx is an ISR (Instant System Restore), it doesn't really qualify as a backup program, that is, if your hard drive fails Rollback will die with it. If I'm not wrong some versions have 'imaging capabilities', but in that case restorations would probably take the same time as classic backup programs.

    I use ShadowProtect Desktop, IMO excellent, it is expensive unfortunately; I read good reviews about Paragon, Drive Snapshot, Image for Windows.
     
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