NoVirusThanks OSArmor: An Additional Layer of Defense

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by novirusthanks, Dec 17, 2017.

  1. B-boy/StyLe/

    B-boy/StyLe/ Registered Member

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    Ransim is quite old. Most of the solutions should be able to block it nowadays.
     
  2. hayc59

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    this ok to run with windows defender??
     
  3. aldist

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    OSA has no conflicts with any antivirus.
     
  4. loungehake

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    I am continuing to use Windows 7 but NOT for banking and other privacy sensitive functions. I have ticked ALL the OSArmor 1.4.3 protections along with a substantial number of additional SysHardener protections (done with considerable caution after first doing a system backup). SMB v1 seems to be tickable without loss of function and this is known to be insecure.

    My assumption is that doing these things with OSArmor and SysHardener 1.5 creates a mass of tripwires which almost no exploits will get past unhindered. Am I being being overoptimistic?

    The only blocks by OSArmor protections seen so far are when I initiate a system operation for which an exclusion has not yet been setup. Normal usage such as web browsing has not yet tripped a protection. MBAE 1.13.1.127 is also deployed.
     
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