How is my security setup if i turn to Windows 7

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by southcat, May 23, 2010.

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  1. southcat

    southcat Registered Member

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    Greeting. Below listed my current security setup in Windows XP.

    Firewall - Comodo
    Antivirus - Avast!
    AntiSpyware - MBAM (paid)
    HIPS - Comodo D+, Process Guard
    Virtualization - Sandboxie(paid)
    Antikeylogger - Spyshelter

    Recently i might want to change to Windows 7. I heard a lot of DEP, Applocker, UAC,... in this forum, so how are these build-in function with my current setup ? Should i change my setup ?

    Because i never use Windows Vista/7 before, so i don't know how is the Vista/7 protection situation. Can anybody share their experiences ?

    I do quite a lot of online transaction, banking, documentation works, so security is really got my attention.

    Thanks for concerns.

    Regards
    southcat
     
  2. nikanthpromod

    nikanthpromod Registered Member

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    Firewall - Comodo
    Antivirus - Avast!
    AntiSpyware - MBAM (paid) Ondemand
    HIPS - Comodo D+, Process Guard
    Virtualization - Sandboxie(paid)
    Antikeylogger - Spyshelter
     
  3. acr1965

    acr1965 Registered Member

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    which version of Windows 7 do you have?
     
  4. southcat

    southcat Registered Member

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    Thanks for the replies, i haven't bought and decide which version should i go, but after i saw the comparison http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/products/compare it is pity that only ultimate version with applocker.
    Which mean if i go to not ultimate version i still have to stick with Process Guard or Comodo D+ in order to get Application Launch Control function ?

    Thanks for concerns.

    Regards
    southcat
     
  5. ace55

    ace55 Registered Member

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    32 or 64 bit?
     
  6. southcat

    southcat Registered Member

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    I will prefer stay at 32bit currently.

    Thanks for concerns.

    Regards
    southcat
     
  7. MrBrian

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    Windows 7 Professional comes with SRP
     
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