I use ESET NOD32, Sandboxie, Noscript on Firefox, etc for my browsing needs. Sandboxie of course requires knowledge about where to move files you've downloaded if you want to keep them. NoScript requires you to teach the application about what to allow, etc. All this can be too much for a non technical user. I need a solution for my Dad. He is in his 70's and relatively non-technical. While he doesn't go to seedy web sites, there is still the possibility he can stumble upon something bad. I'm also worried about keyloggers, trojans and other things that may attempt to steal his bank account passwords. What is the best program that offers relatively seamless protection without the requirement to be "aware" of where things are saved (like Sandboxie) and offers better protection than running a browser natively? He uses Firefox primarily, and for physical safey I have his profile run from a TrueCrypt drive. But when I setup his laptop initially, I did not foresee him needing a HIPS. To understand where he's at.... I installed NoScript for him in Firefox and it lasted a day before he insisted I remove it. Most people don't understand what is safe or not..... so I need something with intelligence behind it. Suggestions? Edit: Being free is not a requirement. Seamless, updated automatically, and a good trade-off between secure and non-intrusive.