Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.
2 of them the mac has mbamFree and the gaming pc has RogueKiller and hitmanpro alert
Gotcha, I was just curious.
I had to removed ipvanish and vrprvpn as block my in/ out call from textnow and freeze the games.i think they conflicts with hitmanpro alert
Hey buddy send me a pm if you need a licence for a prog you may need
Thanks for the offer, but I don't need any license currently.
No problem any time
Just manually added cloudflare DNS(18.104.22.168)to my security package
Not sure you remember but you are the reason I have MBAM Premium
I agree with @Krusty.
Hey I really like mbampro and emsisoft too but I really love the cookie eater
I may try this one https://napkforpc.com/apk/com.celzero.bravedns/
Haha cookie eater. The funny thing is when you called it malware smasher I used to like Emsisoft but I didn't like what they did to OA Armor Firewall (which I also had a license for) so once my license expired for EAM, I moved on to something else.
It improved alot also I loved OA
Maybe but I don't want no parts of the cookie smasher. My setup works just fine for me
Your security set up looks very solid
.do you run VDSPro or free
I have pro to I may try it soon alone in a single pc
What other software are you running with it right now?
Vs is not running but soon I may give a trý I have 2 years
Ahh ok, I thought you had it on one of your pcs.
Alright then enjoy
I was reading that it can replace the antivirus
OS: Windows 10 20H2 x64
• Router with SPI firewall enabled
• Windows 10 built-in firewall enabled
Built in security:
• UAC is set to always notify
• Password-protected local account
Real time protection:
• Macrium Reflect is configured for daily system and documents backup. Backups are protected by Macrium Image Guardian.
• Emsisoft Anti-Malware is configured and used as main AM solution
• uBlock Origin is used for content blocking in Firefox
• SUMo is used for on demand check for updates for applications
• Windows Updates, Office Updates and updates in Microsoft Store are enabled and set to Automatic
On demand tools:
• I perform weekly scan with HitmanPro and ESET Online Scanner
• I use KeePass to store my passwords
• VirtualBox is used to test new software before installing it on my system and to test system backup images
• VeraCrypt is used to store sensitive data in encrypted container
• I use SysInternals tools when necessary (Process Explorer, Autoruns, Process Monitor)
Then explain it to me! But I have done some reading and I think I know what you guys mean. I believe VS did started out as an exploit blocker, but now it tries to be a full replacement for AV's, via whitelisting and their "AI based" AV scanner. I'm also using whitelisting on Win 8.1, but I dumped EXE Radar on Win 10, I got fed up keep having to disable protection when installing apps. OSArmor is a nice replacement.
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