What is your security setup these days?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.

  1. digmor crusher

    digmor crusher Registered Member

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    No user name, just 2 sets of numbers/letters. Fire it up, should still work if you have a copy of the program.
     
  2. jmonge

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    I have the oldest one I gues June 12 2014
     
  3. jmonge

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    It said licence I'd and a pasword
     
  4. digmor crusher

    digmor crusher Registered Member

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    Yah, first is 7 numbers, second is a set of 6 numbers and letters. Thats how mine is anyways.
     
  5. jmonge

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    Win10 installation almost done
     
  6. jmonge

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    Done now installing HitManPro Alert
     
  7. jmonge

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    I cant believe it I run out of hitmanpro pc limit :( so for now it will be OsArmor and webroot
     
  8. jmonge

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    SuperAntiSpyWare Pro webroot complete and OSArmor Personal in my used pc destop I found a very dusty SAP licence ;) I may install Shadow Defender as I have a licence also
     
  9. Krusty

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    Why?? As mentioned a few pages back, about all that is good for these days is finding tracking cookies.
     
  10. jmonge

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    I dont have too many choices that's all my arsenal for this weekend
     
  11. jmonge

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    Give me some ideas my friend
     
  12. Krusty

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    You'll get much better protection there than you would get from SAS.
     
  13. jmonge

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    Is OSArmor install and forget or does it learn pc and then set to block unknown filès
     
  14. Krusty

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    Just set your browsers to block third-party cookies and you've achieved the same protection SAS provides.
     
  15. paulderdash

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    I've ditched my paid AppGuard Solo v6 (license still active, also still have v4.4.3.1). Too finicky for my personal computing esp. because my systems are not that static, as I do try new softs.
    Also - if you are not Enterprise, support is dodgy.
    OSA does what I want.

    Edit:
    On my test Windows instance, I will try just CFW (cs) + WVSX.
    Have repeatedly tried VS but I still can't get my head around it. (Quite like using Dan's stand-alone Whitelist Cloud though).
     
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  16. jmonge

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    Is it worth it? To have it install
     
  17. Krusty

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    Yes.
    It doesn't learn anything. It protects what you've set it to protect.
     
  18. jmonge

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    :)
     
  19. jmonge

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    It's new for me I have to read more about it
     
  20. solitarios

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    I removed Kaspersky because the kas program folder occupied 80GB, and it already had some problems from unreliable practices. Now I use OSArmor, malwarebytes antiexploit and shadow defender more SysHardener
     
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  21. jmonge

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    Did any buddy have any good reference for
    SpyShelter Firewall?I was thinking about it.one of my friend test it and he said it fail allowing malware do its thing.:)
     
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  22. jmonge

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    How is OSArmor?I
    am new to it.i just bought it 10 bucks
    :)
     
  23. roger_m

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    As @Krusty mentioned, SAS is terrible at finding malware these days. At least it was, until they added Avira signatures in their new Pro version, SUPERAntiSpyware X Professional. However, you're probably better off with Malwarebytes. Most likely, there's no need to buy the Pro version. You can just install the free version and run occasional scans.
     
  24. jmonge

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    Good idea thanks
     
  25. Krusty

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    Yeah, I forgot about that. I wonder what that means for SAS + Avira + Norton since their acquisition?
     
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