Protection

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Motherroad, Jan 10, 2009.

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  1. Motherroad

    Motherroad Registered Member

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    Opinions on the better protection. ESS with DefenseWall or Online Armor paid with just NOD. No A vs B intended just looking for the right setup. They both run well but I think ESS and DefenseWall is faster. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Creer

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    Im using Online Armor, DefenseWall and Avira AntiVir Personal. OA offers great outbound protection and HIPS, DW offers also HIPS and sandbox policy, Avira looking for spyware/malware/rootkits in my system. It is very light config for me, but i noticed OA a little bit slow down my computer ~20sec until startup. I like OA - so much that i accepted this lag. :)
     
  3. jmonge

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    at the moment and i think this will be and this also will be my advise from to use or try if you dont mind my opinion is comodo defense+ and defensewall hips they are malware killers and also fast here with xp2;) but again you could keep your choice of eset and defensewall which is fast too:thumb: cool 2 layer:thumb:
     
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    also dont forget that online armor has the run safer for you apps which is a malware stoper also,i tried it and it is a must keep too:thumb: runsafer will limit or avoid the damage that malware can do to your pc(LUA like)cool:thumb:
     
  5. Tu5

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    ESS and Defensewall would be a very light setup. But if its possible, id recommend replacing ESS with either Norton 2009 or Avira. Runs just as light but would provide better protection.
     
  6. GES/POR

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    Do you take pleasure for putting us voters infront of such a dillema? :blink: Both setups are extreme malware killers!
     
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