Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.
still running Appguard!!! no Need for anything else!!!
Good Afternoon! EAM...WSA Security PLus and HMP. Light and Lethal. Sincerely...Securon
that is exactly what i have securon good choice man sincerely,,,,,jmonge
I recently replaced Bitdefender Internet Security with Kaspersky Internet Security, and I am quite pleased with the change. It is very simple yet just as advanced as I need it to be for my tastes. Kaspersky also has a very neat GUI, and has less of an impact on my PC's performance.
Malwarebytes will always been installed on every computer I touch. It's the only security program that has never let me down. I do wish that one day they would implement a feature allowing one to install Malwarebytes on several computers, and monitor the running processes, and toggle updates and scans. That would be a great feature for someone like me and other fixer uppers to have.
@ Windows 7 x64
Windows 7 Firewall active, LookNStop with Phant0m Ruleset, Panda Cloud Free, MBAM Pro, Winpatrol Plus, EMET 4.0 Recommend Settings, ADguard 5 Webfilter, CryptoPrevent & NoVirusThanks EXE Radar Pro in Testing...
Giving Online Armor Premium a 30 day trial. So far it's working fine with everything else.
Online Armor Premium
what happened to ShaDow DeFender
last update was almost half a year ago
Shadow Defender V1.3 Change History
Version 18.104.22.1687 - September 13, 2013
That's the thing with programs which are just working as intended
The same old setup since a few years;
1) AppGuard - I have it installed on all computers at home. I've installed it on all relatives' computers as well, and none (!) have been infected so far.
2) Webroot SecureAnywhere - same as above, but AppGuard always stop everything before WSA even needs to do its job. It's the last layer of defense and protects banking data.
On-demand on my computers only since a few years back;
1) Malwarebytes Anti-Malware
OA HIPS seem very informative would give it a go myself but it did`nt seem to get on well with my system/sandboxie.
Merely seeing how this all works and co-exists......
May stay, may go, don't know.......
Faronics Anti-Executable 5.20
Instant Recovery 2.0
Macrium Reflect 4.2
Instant Recovery 2.0
I use a different setup on my laptop:
COMODO Firewall w/HIPS. Malwarebytes. COMODO sandboxed Google Chrome with Adblock+ (all lists) and the Ghostery extension. This laptop uses 3G so I use anything with a low data footprint. I'm considering Hitman Pro (paid) to use while I'm at home and connected to my network. I've never used it before, what's the Wilders opinion? (not asking for an A vs. B)
One of the best. Let it perform daily scans on start-up. Gives you a little more peace of mind.
Thanks. I may eventually go with paid Malwarebytes, and HMP together along with TinyWall.
So it's been a bit since I posted last (I lurk more than I post) but I've since settled on a nice (not way too overboard) setup at the moment:
-- Admuncher Premium 4.33
-- Keyscrambler Premium 3.3
-- Emsisoft Anti-Malware 8.1
-- Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Pro 1.75
-- AppGuard 4.0 in Medium mode (not quite done configuring to run in Locked Down mode)
-- EMET 4.0
-- Spyware Blaster AutoUpdate
-- Hitman Pro
-- Rollback RX
-- Drive Snapshot
Not sure if this is overboard or not but it's pretty solid and does not impact system performance at all.
Any input is welcome though if I need to trim down some of the fat, sort to speak.
Sandboxie, and some other stuff, which includes HMP.
But not ZenMate, when I see I'm on a server in Romania.
Added herdProtect for on-demand scanning. Its doing pretty good.
Newegg has a lifetime license for MBAM for $9. Version 2 will be pretty good when it comes out.
Interesting. I added it as well.
I now do weekly quick-scans with Malwarebytes, HitmanPro, and herdProtect. I don't run an on-demand AV with this laptop.
K9, Forticlient, MBAM Pro (realtime), HMP, BitDefender Safeplay - not all on the same computer. I manage about 4 Windows computers and depending on the security level required I use the above software.
And of course my favorite and 100% fail proof - black tape over my camera.
trying9- out new stuff
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