Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.
ok remove ProcessGuard 3.4 and instead added Mamutu 1.7
Do u experience any conflict between drivesentry and avira?
none yet, they seem to play pretty well together. not too many pop ups from drivesentry either.
Maybe i will try that too.
Its a populair and well tested combo so no worries
Well now that most of the (WSU) I-visit0rs know what "U" uze 2 defend yourself with... Why not make/send several maliciouz (aTtackz) commands 2 really see IF "your" so called security SETUP is decent or not !?!
A couple of minor changes but i reckon ill stick with this. All systems remain behind Netgear Router and have Spywareblaster and Firefox (with Adblock and NoScript) installed. Rootrepeal and SAS Free used for on-demand scans and all systems backed up using Drive Snapshot (with the fantastic DriveSnap frontend).
Desktop: nLited Windows XP SP3
Avira Antivir Premium
Outpost Firewall Pro 2009
Desktop: vLited Windows Vista SP1 (UAC and Windows Defender Disabled)
Laptop: vLited Windows Vista SP1 (UAC and Windows Defender Disabled)
MBAM [too many FP!]
Panda Active Scan
Still do not see a need for something more than OA AV+. This allows to see where every process connects to and what every process does. When I go paranoid I use Dr.Web free offline scaner (CureIt). This is, of course, if not to regard VMWare as security. Generally speaking VMWare is the most perfect virtualization solution I know of.
Looks like 4 me that typically on no matter what "online" units i will happen to be running that this current setup is noteworthy enough not to change unless something absolutely NEW! and more forceful turns up again. And no doubt something always does, but untill then this is my everyday/night routine protection.
EQSecure 4 Beta 3 (always w/Alyon's Rules!)
SandboxIE (always most current version)
Mamutu (Behavioral Blocking to keep from HIPS bypassing)
ScriptTrap (A Few Script's Coverage)
Snoopfree (sentimental value)
ProcessGuard (No Overlap, the extra prevention WORKS!)
Kerio 2.15 (Simple, Light, Custom Rules)
DriveSnapshot = .SNA Images for Recovery
Resident looks like a lot i know, but really isn't even when only powered with a meager 512 MB of RAM on a XP Pro SP2. Many of those could go with the simple combo of SuRun + SRP but i prefer the "battle" whenever some exploit URL tries to contest those security apps.
We have a great many security programs available now so just about any kind of combination you choose can be considered relative to meet today's and in most cases tomorrow's challenges with safety. If not, ALWAYS MAINTAIN A "CLEAN" BACKUP IMAGE that you can return your system to normal again without having to reformat. DriveSnapshot is been excellent for in those cases.
It should be real joy to keep this exotic zoo happy
added WinPatrol Plus
added SpyWare Blaster 4.1
True. I started to test this combination yesterday and no problems so far.
Linksys Router RT31P2
Outpost Firewall Pro 6.5.2358.316.0607
Seconfig XP 1.1
Kaspersky Anti-Virus Personal 18.104.22.1686
Mischel TrojanHunter 5.0 (962)
Ghost Security Suite 1.420 (AppDefend 2.000 and RegDefend 3.000)
WinPatrol Plus 15.9.2008.5
DiamondCS WormGuard 3
MVPS hosts file 11/25/08 + hpHosts hosts file 12/3/08 (with HostsXpert 4.3)
SpywareBlaster 4.1 +Custom Blocking (http://koti.mbnet.fi/pattaya1/swb3.htm)
Resident On Demand Scanners:
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 1.31
Dr. Web CureIt Anti-Virus 4.44.5
A-squared scanner 22.214.171.124
Ewido (AVG) Micro 4.0
AVG Anti-Rootkit 126.96.36.199
F-Secure BlackLight 2.2.1092 Beta
Gmer 188.8.131.5236 (Catchme 0.2)
Resplendence Rootkit Hook Analyzer 3.02
Trend Micro Rootkit Buster 184.108.40.2064
Packed Driver Detector (Mischel) 0.9 Beta
ESET SysInspector 220.127.116.11
Trend Micro HijackThis 2.0.2
HijackThis log file analysis & Networktechs HJT log analysis (HijackThis log analyzers)
Jotti's malware scan
Nice hobby G1111
Zone Alarm free version 8
DefenseWall hips 2.45
Location lowlands = dutch mountains
HaHa, you mean the festival? Its actually my translation of "de Lage Landen"
but hmmm mountains in NL
MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR
-- To all WSF members
Updated Dec 16, 2008
Vista Home Premium SP1 (UAC OFF\WD OFF)
Online Armor AV+ v3.1 (18.104.22.168) Beta
Sandboxie (3.33.05) Beta
Avira Antivir Personal (22.214.171.1247)
Shadow Defender (126.96.36.1995)
VMWare Workstation (188.8.131.52130)
System Safety Monitor v.2.4
Nod 32 v.2
Router with SPI firewall
Acronis True Image
Kaspersky online scanner
I used to travel a lot when I was freelance (working 10 months a year, 2 months backpacking). When friends (met along the way) came over to holland , I always showed them some famous dutch mountain ("thinking of Holland I picture broad rivers floating slowly through endless lowlands"), there are no mountains, hence Dutch Mountains.
That is all about the name lowlands, festival was intended for people floating high and happy, again lowlands (festival terraine actually has a few Dutch Mountains of say max 50 meters above sea level)
De Lage Landen, the leasing company? So when that is where you are located am I communicating with a not sold/leased car? Amazing the beauty of progress? Problably GES/POR stands for GEStrande PORsche then?
Real-Time: Malware Defender, Twister AV
On-demand: Avira Premium, MBAM, Tiny Watcher
Internet Facing: Sandboxie
Failsafe: Image for DOS/Windows
Threatfire, do i need more?!
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