Online Banking

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Houley456, Jun 24, 2015.

  1. Houley456

    Houley456 Registered Member

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    I do a lot of online banking....I am using Malwarebytes Pro, EAM, and Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit and Win7 regular firewall.....would you be comfortable with this combo?
     
  2. Minimalist

    Minimalist Registered Member

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    Yes, I would.
    I would also use dedicated browser, just for banking. I use IE for that purpose. Each time I go banking I also run IE elevated, so that processes with lower rights can't access it's resources.
     
  3. ropchain

    ropchain Registered Member

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    You're well enough protected. The combination of EAM and MBAE should especially be useful.
     
  4. siketa

    siketa Registered Member

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    I would add Zemana Antiloger Free too.
     
  5. Houley456

    Houley456 Registered Member

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    Siketa.....you don't think that would be overkill to use Zemana Antilogger?
     
  6. siketa

    siketa Registered Member

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    I think not cause none of mentioned apps from your first post covers that layer.
    It is not resource hungry, is quiet and runs fine along my EAM too.
    Try and decide. ;)
     
  7. Windows_Security

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    Like @Minimalist I am also using IE11 (without add-ons) for online banking (and Chrome for regular surfing). I have set WFW firewall rule to only allow SSL (HTTPS out) Before doing online banking I run EyeSSL (freeware) see https://www.digi77.com/ssl-eye-prism-protection/

    Agree with @ropchain, with EAM and MBAE your are fine even without above precautions
     

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