Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.
Today i uninstalled Avast! Free. (Thanks for keeping my computer safe past 10? years.)
No real reason, Just wanna see how this works:
Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware PRO
2 weeks ago, i also did start using:
Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit BETA and HitmanPro.Alert 2.5 BETA.
How does having Chrome Extension ZenMate help me at home if i am not trying to get past a Firewall or get to Banned Sites. Will it help me be more secure when online shopping and banking.
From the ZenMate FAQs...
Regarding my own use of ZenMate, I think it is an awesome extension.
The only drawback is it often results in a performance hit, but lately that seems to me to be getting better.
I definitely use it when ordering online.
Trying ESET Nod32. Got a one year license, it's doing its first scan now, so far so good.
hey buddy for the first time I see you do a really good choice
I downloaded mine last night...working great. This reminds me of my wife when she goes shopping: it was on sale and such a good deal...almost like you lose money if you don't buy it! Securon must be in heaven!
if you 2 don't buy It I will for sure it is discounted for a similar price of a macdonald combo man that's cheap skates
Well thank you. I think.
Yeah we are making money here.
Any slowdown or other problem running Nod32 and WSA together?
it is a good choice trust me
Still waiting for Friday offers in Europe...
what about in Canada?
Good Evening! Rompin!....Securon and my Fellow Canadians...definitely aren't in Heaven...since Canadians need not buy and apply...Boo...Hiss! Rotten NewEgg's...Lol! Sincerely...Securon
Plain and simple, that Eset deal is a steal. One heck of a product that will keep you very safe and at that price, it is a buy, buy, buy.
Windows 7 Ultmate 32 bits (E5200 dual core at 3 GHZ with 2GB Ram and SSD + HDD + NAS & WL Router)
Software restriction policy
- Allow execution only from UAC protected folders (SRP)
- Deny elevation of (signed) IE, Outlook and WMP (SRP)
- Deny elevation & installation of unsigned (UAC & GPO)
- Set Windows firewall to block both in- and outbound traffic (WFAS & GPO)
- Disabled risk-ware services (GPO) and HKCU autoruns for Basic Users (ACL)
- Added EMET memory protection and MSE auto-scan browser/mail downloads
- Run IE and add-ons in protected mode & program download disabled (GPO)
- URL filtering (Smartscreen & AdBlock+ TPL) and HTTPS pinning (EMET)
- Using AVG Secure Search or Startpage Search for security or privacy
Same here....Cmon ESET!
I'll let you know if I find one
I love you....
On my XP machine,
CFW - GesWall - PrivateTunnel
As seen in signature. Planning to use SD with Malwarebytes Pro + Windows firewall soon.
Well, moved back to Windows 8 64 bit.
1. UAC on high
2. Standard accounts
3. Firefox w/security appropriate addons
4. Windows firewall
5. Windows Defender
6. K9 Web Protection
7. Router (changed password)
8. Backup strategy (Macrium Reflect free, Windows 8 system image)
9. MS updates (automatic recommended)
Hardware defense: Secure Boot enabled.
I am currently giving Mozilla Firefox another spin. Before I was using Google Chrome. It's more a continuity of concept issue as I was not discontent with Chrome. The principle is to run all threat-gate applications under the supervision of AppGuard and Sandboxie. Since LastPass no longer works if I run Chrome in Sandboxie (nacl64.exe issue), Firefox gets a second chance. Of course I relish the opportunity to use the solid NoScript extension once again.
Windows 8.1 built-in Defender still runs in the background, because it doesn't bug me.
Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Complete (3 Years, 5 Devices)
Sandboxie (Lifetime License)
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