What is your security setup these days?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.

  1. Overkill

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    The best! IMO :thumb:
     
  2. jmonge

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    Overkill,they are lite and effective,they work good together:thumb:
     
  3. justenough

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    And added VoodooShield to go with Sandboxie and Privatefirewall. So far so good.
     
  4. Solarlynx

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    I'm impressed by Kaspersky Crystal :thumb:

    Quick install
    It even has antiexploit
    and 2GB cloud storage.
    Quick and clean uninstall.

    The only irritating thing is its almost endless update after install though the installer is nearly of 190 MB size.

    Jack-of-all-trades. :thumb:
     
  5. guest

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    The better thing to think about is if it's really work when needed, yes? :D
     
  6. ams963

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    WSA for me. Very light.:thumb:
     
  7. jmonge

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    WSA for me too now:thumb:
     
  8. The Red Moon

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    Eset smart security 6 running as light as a feather here.Worthy of a purchase even.:thumb:
     
  9. jmonge

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    trying out avast! Internet Security
    and i am very impress already,it is so fast and the firewall is a cool feature:)
     
  10. Solarlynx

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    Sure. I believe they wouldn't add it if it doesn't work when needed.
     
  11. ams963

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    Good going J. Wait till you get your hands on the new 2014 version. The next generation WSA is just super cool and awesome.:D:thumb: I'm sure you've already gotten some glimpses over at the Prevx sub-forum.;)
     
  12. JoeBlack40

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    Hey,no offence,i guess it's understandable your choice as you mention it in this thread every two days....WSA.........o_O
     
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  13. ams963

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    Just reminding you guys Joe. Just reminding you.:D
     
  14. Solarlynx

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    I'm enjoing Avast free now. I like its Web shield and other Web staff.
     
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  15. JoeBlack40

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    So often...please don't :D
    Right now i'm with a clean Rollback image and i'm still thinking of what to install...will let you know as soon as i finish...;)
     
  16. jmonge

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    for me i discover that avast Is,Nod32 Antivirus 6 and Webroot secureAnywhere are the fastest and lightes of all:thumb: :thumb: the rest are huge cokiee monsters:D
     
  17. ams963

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    Oh that's just discrimination. Just because I'm using the same setup I can't say it here. You change constantly. So you got the right to say it here ay? I protest.:D Gonna have to start a movement.:cool:
     
  18. Securon

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    Good Afternoon! Absolutely correct JMonge...I just re-installed Avast Pro...in tandem with WSA Security Plus...and Hitman Pro with HMP Alert. Looking forward to Avast 9 and WSA update. Go Stamps...Go Flames! Sincerely...Securon
     
  19. Page42

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    Sandboxie and then some other stuff...

    Comodo FW D+
    VIPRE
    MBAM Pro
    HitmanPro
    SpywareBlaster
    Chrome browser
    KeePass
    Norton DNS
    Macrium Reflect
     
  20. jmonge

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    Securon :thumb: :thumb:
     
  21. Tyrizian

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    Very nice, I like it :thumb:
     
  22. cyberpau

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    My security set-up? I just changed it the other day and here it is:

    Linux Ubuntu 12.04 + Mozilla FF (with adblock edge)
    //i do not really think that this can be called a security setup...lol :)
     
  23. Brandonn2010

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    Added Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit beta. I feel like beta-testing, and it doesn't slow my computer down, so why not?
     
  24. Solarlynx

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    Now I use on my main PC (Win-7, Ultimate, 64 bit):
    Eaz-Fix (Rx clone) - the only constant security of the PC
    Avast free
    Comodo firewall in Proactive mode
    PrivDog for Browsers
    EMET
    MalwareBytes AntiExploit
     
  25. justenough

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    Looks like a good thing to have, just tried it but it doesn't seem to recognize that Sandboxied Chrome is running and shield it.
     
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