How is this protection?

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Metal425, Mar 25, 2007.

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  1. Metal425

    Metal425 Registered Member

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  2. plantextract

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    it's a bit to much, a2, AVG and Sas, you should keep only 1-2, or drop a2 from real time and let SSM & kav handle them.
     
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    I belive it is a bit much as well.
    SSM you have in KAV.
    a2 real time is too much as KAV detects it as well. Probably even better
     
  4. walking paradox

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    You can never really have too much in terms of on-demand scanners. There is no objective measure for this, it all depends on how much reassurance the person wants and how much time they are willing to spend updating and scanning all of them. You can however have too much in terms of real-time or resident security software, especially when there is overlap. SSM is a HIPS and KAV's PDM is a behavior blocker, so there might be some potential overlap there, but I'm not sure if in this case it would be a bad thing so I will let someone who is more familiar with them comment on it.
     
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    Over the top.
     
  6. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    It's as good as your decisions.
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  7. Seer

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    Hello Metal425.

    You indeed went over the top here a bit. What happened to Outpost from the other thread? Why did you drop it?
     
  8. ankupan

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    Hi Mrkvonic,

    your signature is having NIS 2008.....

    I would like to know about NIS 2007

    I heard about NIS 2007, but not about NIS 2008 :cool: :cool:

     
  9. Seer

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    LOL. ankupan, look at his sig carefully again, it says IE 8 and Vista DRM SP3 as well. Now, think about it for a while... :D :D
    Mrk, excellent Castle Ice :thumb:

    Ouch, OT. Sorry... :ouch:
     
  10. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    Hello,
    Seer, thanks.
    ankupan, a part of my sig is a joke at the corporate greed. NIS 2008 does not seem to exist yet, but even if it did, I would refrain from using it.
    Mrk
     
  11. Metal425

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    Outpost Pro Was slowing down my net.
     
  12. Metal425

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    Any Advice on what I should add? Any ideas from my setup now. Kerio Personal firewall,KAV,--On Demands AVG AS Pro,SUPERantiSpyware
     
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