Shadow Defender + Outpost Security Suite Free

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  1. ocsi

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    Shadow Defender + Outpost Security Suite Fee is sufficiently as protection? I Also need something else (like sandboxie - or something else)?
     
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    for security i would use SBie instead of SD.

    yes, SD would probably be enough but you'll soon get tired of having to commit stuff and trying to remember what stuff you did while in Shadow Mode that should be done OUT of Shadow Mode so the changes stick.
     
  3. ocsi

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    OK, but ... Shadow Defender + Sandboxie + Outpost Security Free it is OK?
     
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    yes, it should be more than OK. :)
     
  5. ocsi

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    Arguments, evidence and explanationso_O?
     
  6. moontan

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    just search through Wilders.
    i don't feel like spending 20 minutes writing a post for something that's been done to death already.

    SBie by itself should be more than enough.
     
  7. ocsi

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    Yes but ... I novice ... and do not know ... Ask of thee for this: Outpost Security Suite Free: enough this acombinatie? ... or what other security should be better?
    :)
     
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    there is no 'better' security.

    it all depends on each person likes and dislikes.
    the 'best' security solution is something that you understand and can handle.

    for you, i would recommend Microsoft Security Essentials ans Sandboxie.
    maybe add Norton DNS for a little extra protection.
    that should be enough.

    i forgot, if you don't know about imaging you should.
    this is more important than any security apps and software.
    all the security is worthless if you get breached or your HD fails.
    Imaging should always be the top priority, imo.

    like most people here @ Wilders, you will find that your security setup changes over time.
     
  9. ocsi

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    I am convinced that you are right ... but I asked for 100% protection ... I just I want a decent protection - and so wish.
     
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    the only thing that are 100% sure in life are taxes and death. ;)
     
  11. ocsi

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    OK ... not what I wanted ... ust want somewhat wary of dangers - I just interseaza compatibility:Shadow Defender + Outpost Security Suite Free
     
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    Give me a heads up if you find this ;)

    If you're just surfing the web you can't go far wrong with Sandboxie plus Outpost or whatever firewall/HIPS/AV you fancy. You'd have a lot of bases covered.

    Shadow Defender and Sandboxie are compatible with most other gear.
     
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