Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.
I will watch for an ESS special in the next few months; prefer that over the NOD32.
I think it was actually an ESS key that I won and I used both,
if you dont need your esset licence i can use it
It expires in a month
Trying VoodooShield with WSA...seems to be a nice combo.
One of my favorite combos. Just have to add sandboxie to it and you're all set. Waiting for Voodooshield to come out with version 2 and I'll ditch CFW.
Trying MSE for the first time.So far so good
AppGuard and Sandboxie and scheduled scans with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Pro and Hitman Pro.
System only has Immunet right now, waiting for COMODO/SecureAge betas.
There you go That should be the reason why it worked fine for both
Windows 7 Ultmate 32 bits with Windows FW 2-way behind Router with NAS backup
System intrusion mitigation
- Deny execute for Basic Users outside UAC protected folders (SRP)
- Deny elevation/installation of unsigned programs and drivers (UAC/GPO)
- Disabled risk-ware services (MMC) and write access to User Autorun entries (ACL)
- Added memory protection (EMET) and security templates for internet facing programs (GPO)
Internet Explorer security & privacy
- Disable (switch on/off) download of executables from IE-zone
- Run Browser and admin allowed plug-ins (of Adobe) in protected mode
- Added certificate pinning rules for my HTTPS websites with custom Cipher order
- Filter with Smartscreen, Adblock and Privacy choice TPL with custom privacy & tracking policy
Kaspersky internet security 2014
Malwarebytes anti exploit
Firefox with Noscript and Adblock Edge
the same OA+Avast setup:
Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Windows Updates - Automatic
UAC - max
Unnecessary services disabled with Black Viper Service config
EMET 4.1: DEP,SEHOP: OptOut, ASLR: AlwaysOn
Online Armor free
Chrome with avast! Online Security Settings
some tweaks for OA:
FW: -Unchecked "Automatically allow trusted programs to access the Internet"
- Checked "Notife me when programs are allowed to access the Internet"
HIPS: (Programs - Options) - Checked all options.
Good Morning! Rompin! Excellent addition...just an observation...I've used WSA Security Plus...Voodoo Shield and AppGuard...you might want to try the Homeland Security Trio...but your selection is in keeping with my philosophy...Light but Lethal...Sincerely...Securon
Thanks...may do that! Enjoying the VoodooShield with WSA...just need to be in New Orleans for a real Voodoo test! Ha...Any new records this weekend?
I only did use 4 days that combo, and then added Emsisoft Anti-Malware 8.1 30 days trial.
Now i did buy Emsisoft AM 8.1 and i still use Malwarebytes Anti-Malware PRO (+MBAE and HMP.Alert).
Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus is still hanging with me, but i have been starting to unlike it. There are time to time some websites that it blocks, and i know those are not dangerous.
Emsisoft and Malwarebytes also blocks good sites sometimes, but it's much more rare.
edit: i think in Malwarebytes case, blocked url is used for bad,
but some content that is loaded from same url is not bad.
Does anyone know who has the best detection rate currently between ESET and Avast?
Good evening....EAM.....Zemana AL Free....great Euro security....
Ordered a 2nd Western Digital ext HD yesterday.
This one will get loaded with full system backups and assorted other files (emails, pictures, documents, etc) and stored off site (probably in a safe deposit box).
I've always read about this being a great plan in the event of burglary or fire, but until now, for whatever reason, I have not implemented it.
And I still haven't... I've just ordered the HD.
But that puts me one step closer.
I also plan on encrypting all HDs I own.
Might as well make life difficult for the would-be thieves.
(Yes, there are alternate methods of making life difficult for them, and I have some of those in place already.)
Yeah, two powerful programs. Looking at your set-up, I now have to give EMET another try and look into Shadow Defender. Isn't that the one where the developer disappeared and no one knows who's running it now?
Switched back to 32 bit and currently using Sandboxie and Malware Defender.
So,how does OA goes along with Avast?I am thinking of trying it again after more than a year.And what i don't like to the free version is that i can't export-import settings...
I am running Shadow Defender purely as an on demand tool, if I want to get a quick glance at programs like an Anti-Virus or if I want to change some system settings or anything else of which I am glad, that it's gone with the reboot. For every-day use, as part of my security setup, I would consider it too restrictive.
The situation concerning the developer is kind of obscure, I admit that. Yet in spite of that, the program's security is formidable. Further, Windows 8.1 support began as of 2013 Sept. 23, more than a month before the official release. Then take a look at Kaspersky, a company with a revenue in the hundreds of millions, possibly the best programmers you can find, none of them AWOL. Small Office Security supported Windows 8.1 as of 13 Dec. and Endpoint Security as of 23 Dec. So Shadow Defender is doing pretty well regarding the unclear status of its developer
Macrium Reflect 4.2
Seems to be working for me......
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