Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.
What's the ram usage?
When I did some testing, it was nice seeing both of them blocking everything.
Both are a nice duo
Same here, adguard blocks almost all of the links I throw at it.
LOL Sorry, keyscrambler
2 services together no more than 3 megabites
kjdemuth is right. Sbie is deleting the contents at normal speed on my end. I manually delete the contents though. If it becomes too slow to bear, I suggest clean reinstallation of both WSA and Sbie. If that doesn't work, you could always contact WSA Support team who are always ready to make WSA more compatible.
Uninstalled ZAL. It caused too many errors on my systems including Windows Backup fails.
Both of my systems were stable and reliable until I installed Zemana Antilogger. I will not install it again, nor would I recommend it.
Windows 8.1, standard user, UAC to max.
Windows Defender (run time/on demand)
Windows Firewall (with Windows Firewall Control)
MBAM Premium (run time/on demand)
Zemana Anti Logger (licenced, run time)
sandboxie (IE11 sandboxed).
HitMan Pro (portable app, on demand)
Macrium Reflect (for backups)
TrueCrypt (for container encryption)
Not had sandboxie long. Still testing it out.
Good Afternoon! Homeland Security...Mk 8...WSA Security Plus...AppGuard...Voodoo Shield. Warp Speed...Shields up Captain...Lol! Sincerely...Securon
On my 'general' systems, only 2 AV products have ever made the grade for full deployment. F-Secure, and Eset. Currently locked into Eset for 2 years, previously was locked into F-Secure for 3 years, and that license expired. As for other products, those have never made it beyond testing machines as a general rule, or failed when they were deployed to a single workhorse machine.
So it looks like I am locking down with Eset for a couple of years. In 2 years I will run a battery of tests again on testing machines, and see how all of them measure up at that time.
ZAL is buggy, never made it past my test machine, and got the licenses refunded. I won't be bothering to test that again.
Beam me up!
I have added KeyScrambler to my arsenal and it's very light just like my other security... I like the piece of mind that all my keystrokes are encrypted, the rest is the same in my sig.
Good Morning! Doc! Shields Engaged...is it safe to begin transmission? Dammit Jim I'm just a Doctor! Lol! Sincerely...Securon
June 9, 2014 - Updated, Added, Removed
Desktop - Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center x64
Laptop - Windows 8.1 x64
USER ACCOUNT CONTROL: HIGHEST SETTING
EMET 5.0 TECHNICAL PREVIEW: RECOMMENDED SECURITY SETTINGS
WINDOWS SMART SCREEN: ENABLED
WINDOWS DEFENDER: DISABLED
WINDOWS FIREWALL: DISABLED
Three Netgear WNR3500L-100NAS (DD-WRT Firmware)
Four Netgear PowerLine AV 500 Adapters
Wired Cat5e Connection between all 3 Routers
WPA2-PSK AES Encryption
SPI Firewall Enabled
Emsisoft Internet Security 220.127.116.1157 Beta (Paid)
Appguard 18.104.22.168 (Paid) - Locked Down
NVT ERP 22.214.171.124 Build1 v6 Beta (Paid)** - Lockdown Mode Extreme
NVT DRP 1.5 Beta - Monitoring Enabled
Sandboxie 4.12 (Paid) - Sandboxie Container Folder on RAMDisk
DNSCrypt 0.0.6 - HTTPS Enabled
Shadow Defender 4.0.519 (Paid)
PeerBlock 1.2 (P2P Blocking List)
Macrium Reflect 5.2 build 6551*
Aomei Backupper Professional Edition 2.0*
VMWare Workstation 10.0.2 build-1744117** (Paid)
Browser, Immunization, Tweaks
Firefox 30.0b9 (EasyPrivacy + EasyList + Fanboy's Annoyances List + Malware Domains) via ABP, Adguard Beta, HTTPS-Everywhere, BetterPrivacy) - Firefox Profile Folder on RAMDisk and Sandboxed
Homepage and Search Provider set to Startpage (Firefox & IE)
Tweaks on How to eradicate Google from Firefox Applied
LastPass 3.1.2 Premium (Firefox & IE)
Spyware Blaster 5.0 (All Protection Enabled + Customblocking.txt)
*Macrium Reflect (Full Backups - Every 3 Days), AOMEI Backupper (Daily Incremental)
**VMware Workstation, NVT ERP, and NVT DRP only installed on Desktop
On closing the sandbox was automatically emptying itself in maybe 10 seconds instead of the usual 2 to 4 seconds. For some unknown reason after a couple of days Sandboxie and Webroot straightened themselves out and things are now back to normal.
Apart of whats in my signature, im testing Qihoo 360 out of interest. Even though i don't normally run real time anti-malware and prefer to rely on hips and the like, i am impressed with its effectiveness and lightness. It still wont stay on my machine for too long though.
Glad to hear that.
Common Sense Internet Security 2015
Has v2015 already been released or is still in beta?
It has been released This is the best security product.
Good for you.
Are there any third party tests?
Separate names with a comma.