Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.
Renewed my licenses for both EAM and OA.
Oh yeah I expected you to do that. Very good
Good Evening! Introducing Homeland Security Mk 14...WSA Security Plus...AppGuard...and SAS Pro 6.0...Lethal...Tight...Light...LTL...Oh Yeah! Lol! Sincerely...Securon
Still enjoying Emsisoft AM lic + OA free.
I'll sleep well tonight! Homeland Security!
I don't think I need to add anything else to my security.
But, just to get everyone's opinion, what would your input on my setup be?
Looks fine to me, how do you like Avira?
@TyRidian Your setup is nicely balanced and complete. Does herdProtect give you a lot of false positives?
Really liking the speed of Webroot SecureAnywhere Antivirus, Avira Pro, Trusteer Rapport and Hitman Pro
Keep proving me right (I was wrong about the one day part, but still).
Neither do I. The config seems to be light and strong.
Uninstalled MSE and running MBAM pro only. No A/V. Reinstalled Private firewall and still using Sandboxie and the system runs great. Pleased as punch here.
Running Kaspersky IS 2015, I like it so far - almost glitch-free, light, my PC feels really responsive. And very important to me - doesn't slow down browsing.
Am i so predictable?
Yes it doesn't make sense to ditch softwares you like as much as these two
Noob...you're stable! Much better word! LOL
Was using Avira free until today when after going to add/remove and saw 420 MB of antivirus application sitting on my hard drive i went back to using MSE @ 21 MB.. i wasn't aware of that footprint being so large..
I really do like it a lot, no popups/advertisements that bug you constantly, clean interface, configurable and also light on resources. The only thing that I don't like is the Online Essentials portion of Avira, but no problem, because I can choose to uninstall it.
Overall - It just works really nice
Thanks, I think it is too.
Once and awhile I get a false positive, but really not that many in general.
It is pretty light and strong
Pffft i was this [-----99.9%----- ] CLOSE to ditching Emsisoft . . . Just kidding.
Wait what! As in relationships?
Removed AdBlock. Installed Adblock Plus.
Same as it ever was. Sandboxie, and then some other stuff.
I also had a major shakeup. Replaced Windows 7 home premium for Windows 8.1 64 bit. I really love Windows 7 but had to go to 8.1 unfortunately.
SRP is disabled for a while. The policies are still there.
Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit: LUA+UAC(Max)+Windows Firewall(all inbound blocked+allow only chrome outbound)+All updates for everything applied+Google Chrome(latest Version, always up to date) extensions: http switchboard+(all privacy options selected+blacklist all except css+image and allow everything else manually)+Ublock+all of privacy ''invasions'' disabled in Chrome.
Ha! Woke up this morning to find MSE had been disabled with a note to go along "XP is no longer supported" Funny i was able to install it at all if that were the case.. so i went to Panda 3
Wooo...you're a risk taker! Love it!
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