Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.
What the heck is that?
content blocker. for my money, it's the most essential browser extension.
Let me check it out must be a good adition
Lastpass password manager (my preference, has sync to the cloud without paying), Decentraleyes
But yes, browser without ublock origin is not a browser
OK I see, I didn't really like the GUI of ConfigureDefender, so I decided not to use it. I think I will add either HMPA or AppCheck to my security setup, not sure yet. And OSArmor should indeed block exploits and more advanced malware from doing any serious damage.
The new OSArmor is very potent and yes it blocks exploits and more,) also it has new feature for paranoid ones it can block files from executed from browsers
Yes I am.
How did you go, PTD? Any more pop ups from Norton yet?
No pop ups so far on the computer. I did get an email from Norton a few days ago.
I've read that some have had to enable Automatic Renewal before they could activate their keys.
I can't remember why, but I dropped Norton like a lead balloon in the early 2000's. Something they did where I concluded: "never again!"
I didn't have to activate Automatic Renewal. I bought the key from Newegg a few years ago. Automatic Renewal is still disabled.
I think that relates to their new Norton 360 bloatware.
Ok in one pc RogueKiller Premium is running very nicely but I plan to run it with OSArmor personal I think it should be ok.do you think? Any advice?
yes this is true ... they asked me to do so a couple of weeks ago....
Anti Malware Premium with HitmanPro Alert in 2 computers today.this is fast and trouble free for games.
ah, that explains your avatar.
stop bothering yourself
Go buy Malwarebytes Premium + BlackFog OR ConfigureDefender High + BlackFog
(with uBlock Origin + LocalCDN of course) and you re good ^^
I think with roguekiller I feel well cover if the msg was referring my setup
I tried it in 2017 and again in 2019.
Just recently have been trying it out again.
Definitely a learning curve to it.
Apearently they plan on resuming development this year, according to their forums.
Sounds good news thank you buddy
Must be. I looked on Norton's website and it looks like they don't sell the Norton Security Version that I have anymore. Now it's all Norton 360. I might be lucky and not get any pop ups running this Version.
You'll probably get pop ups and / or emails suggestiing you 'upgrade' to the new N360.
I must be a glutton for punishment as I've just installed Norton back on one machine.
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