Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.
Replaced WSA with panda cloud for time being
can you give more info on the GPO adm template? sounds interesting
Webroot and Malwarebyte Pro
On my XP boot,
Comodo FW 5.10 - WSA - Private Tunnel - HMP.Alert
trying out Emsisoft Online Armor 7.0 again
I hope so too....but I doubt it
Ohhhhhh Malware Defender, good old times.
One of my first ever HIPS and my favorite one for 32-bit systems.
hehehe we shall see... My goal is to stick with it for a week
Yes it's the best HIPS that I've used.
Good luck then
To stick with your sig for a week? OK let's do it jmonge it can't be that hard
A week only?
Make it 6 months and then we are talking.
For me that would be possible only if I would stop visiting this forum and following this thread
FYI I visit this forum, and I follow this thread and my sig hasn't changed in around 2 years
Good for you. So you've found your "perfect" setup.
My setup doesn't change much, most of it stays the same. Right now I can't decide whether to go with blacklisting (ESET) or whitelisting (MD). That's my "last piece of the puzzle"
sorry i just change my mind i will run mbampro and online armor free
Well it works so well so I don't want to change, my sig is what I run in real-time only and then I have the usual on-demand tools like most members on here.
Hmmm go with the one that suite you the best and that is most easy to use for how you use your PC if you download a lot of software etc etc...
sandboxie and hitmanpro and mbampro is more than enough and my current faborite programs
Not dissing anyone here but I honestly don't understand why some of you change security apps every few days in some cases or every other week, you barely give it a chance to work
I usually only need less than a week to find out if a program is really working or not.
Sometimes a few minutes is all I need.
If an antivirus software is making my computer run slower fairly constantly I remove it right away. If it's causing intermittent slowdowns I'll end up removing it too.
Yes, I do realise that some security software becomes lighter after it has been installed for a while. But, I do not want to have to put up with reduced performance while I wait and see if if system impact reduces over time.
I always put system responsiveness ahead of security. The way I see it is that there's no point having excellent protection if it's making your computer frustrating slow to use.
Whitelisting will always be better
If the program is causing your pc to run slower or other issues I understand completely...I love emsisoft and comodo but on this laptop ESET runs so much smoother is why I keep it even though I have keys for EAM among other software.
Unless malware gets into the whitelist of course.
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