Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.
Welcome to my set up SASProX Edition in 2 computers
Good luck my friend. Hope it works well for ya.
So far so good
Good to hear. My setup is working pretty good too. I think I will be staying with the setup.
No, as far I can remember it is in the free version too.
They did say that. Their uninstaller said that when I went to uninstall it from one of my computers, a few months ago.
X 2 machines now.
If you mean Kaspersky Security Cloud Free, then yes.
Ahhh ok nice
I have free, it`s in there.
@pb1, @roger_m .. I shall have a look.
wouldnt hurt to ask em to confirm u never know
Windows defender + AppCheck Anti-ransomware
Scanner only HitmanPro
Win10 Home 64bit ( version 20H2 build 19042.746 )
CleanBrowsing DNS (Security Filter)
AndyFul's hardening tools (Simple Windows Hardening, Run by Smartscreen, Firewall Hardening)
Kaspersky Security Cloud Free 21.2
Windows Privacy Dashboard, O&O ShutUp10
Chromium portable (updated by chrlauncher) with the following extensions
Close & Clean
Dark New Tab
I think VS is probably not needed because HMPA and OSArmor should already take care of exploit protection. And I'm still not sure about BlackFog Privacy, what does it exactly do that you can't do with for example extensions like Ghostery and uBlock?
Is Hotspot Shield any good?
No pop ups so far but a weekly email I'm getting now. I don't see any place to unsubscribe to the Norton emails, no link in the email. I looked in my Norton account and in the "Account Settings", "Email Preferences" that is unchecked. When my subscription ran out over a year ago they only sent me one email to renew. I believe I woke up a sleeping giant to send me weekly emails.
Can you explain to me in great detail the usefulness of the Close & Clean extension?
You can click on it to close Chromium (or Chrome) and delete privacy items such as cache, history and such.
Other Chromium-based browsers (for example the new Edge) have an option to do so, but Chromium/Chrome doesn't.
More details here: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/close-clean/hjjlnpghgkgmnpjimgbblhggmbjlbmld
I like VS.
Edit: VS isn't an anti-explit tool as such, although it does offer basic exploit protection.
I'll let you do you own research about that.
Oh dear, that's not good.
I just tried it on my machine that have WD installed, WD`s real time protection gets inactivated, cloud works and the rest. But not the real time Av. So there is no real double function, just - sort of.
Which one you have,,?
That's because it will still be registered as an antivirus in Windows Security Center and as a result, WD will automatically disable itself. If you use an antivirus which lets you enable it, even if there is another antivirus installed, then you can have both running together.
Just look at my sig my friend.