What is your security setup these days?

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

  1. jmonge

    jmonge Registered Member

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    didnt like mamutu:D and also done my testing with appranger
     
  2. dja2k

    dja2k Registered Member

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    Full List - September 11, 2009 - Updated , Added , Removed

    Vista Home Premium SP2 (UAC OFF \ WD OFF)

    Network
    Two Linksys Routers (DD-WRT Firmware) in WDS Mode
    WEP 128-Bit Encryption & Wireless MAC Filtering Enabled
    SPI Firewall Enabled

    Resident
    Online Armor ++ 3.5.0.47 Beta (Paid)
    Sandboxie 3.39.16 Beta (Paid)

    On-Demand
    Shadow Defender 1.1.0.278 (Paid)
    Active@ Disk Image 3.2.6 (Paid)

    Browser, Immunization, Tweaks
    Firefox 3.5.2 (Ad-Block Plus, CustomizeGoogle, Better Privacy, TACO, WOT, ShowIP, TrackMeNot)
    KeyScrambler Personal 2.5.0 & RoboForm Pro 6.9.95 (IE & FF)
    Malware Patrol's Block List (via Hosts File)
    IP Blocklist file for Online Armor, Bluetack Blocklists (Level 1,2,3 for P2P)
    Spybot Search & Destroy 1.6.2 (Full Immunization w/ Global Hooks)
    Spyware Blaster 4.2 (All Protection Enabled + Customblocking.txt)
    Vista Services Optimizer 1.1.42.2 (Manual Tuneup)
    Ultimate Windows Tweaker 2.0 (Customized)
    SpeedGuide.net Vista TcpIp Patch 1.3
    TCP-Z 2.5.1.50 (TCPZ Driver Installed)
    Greatis Reanimator 6.1.6.13 (Disk Protection - Enabled)

    dja2k
     
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  3. Someone

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    Real-time
    PC Tools Firewall
    Avast Home Edition
    F-Secure Exploit Shield beta

    On-demand
    Sandboxie (rarely used)

    Browsing
    Firefox with WOT, AdblockPlus and Secure Login

    Backup
    Paragon Drive Backup free
    Syncback free
     
  4. risl

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    I have been using Dr.Web and XP firewall for a very long time without any problems. Yesterday decided to install some firewall and it seems that the Outpost is a good choice for me.

    It's light, trouble free and doesn't annoy me in any way despite the HIPS-features.

    So Dr.Web AV + Outpost 2009 free it is, until I find a reason to uninstall it.
     
  5. trjam

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    you have stuck with them for a long time. I would actually like to go back if their ever get 64 bit worked out.:thumb:
     
  6. Kees1958

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    A2 free as scanner of C:\ root, Windows and Program Files, Hitman Pro applies a very smart set of heuristics, intrusion analyses and then runs it through the cload of which A2 is also part.

    Bold statement: Hitman Pro is better than any smart scan of any AV only appplication which applies simular techniques is PrevX CSI, advantage of Hitman Pro it also offers a free 30 trial to remove malware, while PrevX requires to pay before cure.
     
  7. Follower

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    2009 / 09 / 12

    1. NAT/SPI Router Firewall
    2. Vista Home Premium K SP2 x32
    3. Windows Defender OFF / UAC ON / Windows Firewall ON
    3. ESET NOD32 Antivirus 4.0.437.0 (Trial)
    4. Internet Explorer 8
    5. Acronis True Image 2009 Home
     
  8. firzen771

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    added IOBit 360

    Win7 32bit: Windows Defender: OFF, UAC: OFF, WinFW: ON

    Real-Time:
    Avast Professional
    IOBit 360
    WinPatrol
    Rollback Rx

    On-Demand:

    MBAM
    Hitman Pro
    Update Notifier
     
  9. jmonge

    jmonge Registered Member

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    I added MalWareBytes Pro To All My Computers:D
     
  10. trjam

    trjam Registered Member

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    I put the 64 bit up in mothballs and did a restore last night on my desktop 32 bit. I wanted it completely clean. At least now I can make some snapshots with it and go back to trying some of this new software.:doubt:

    Made a radical change on all 3 computers, and even though I am not the most liked person by Dr Web,:doubt: , I bought a 3 user license and see why I missed it so much. Wow!! on a 3 user license to. A tad bit high. But the Web is back and I still think it is one of the best.:thumb:

    Oh, if this is someones avatar here let me know and I will find another.
     
  11. Onur

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    @trjam. You are always change your security app.
     
  12. fax

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    The quest is not about changing security tools.. but more which ones never/ever did make it in his AVATAR :D
     
  13. firzen771

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    thing is he says ALL of the AV's are one of the best as soon as he uses it, then changes his mind, then rinse and repeat.
     
  14. jmonge

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    this is the end of the world:D
     
  15. jmonge

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    trojan try blue point i promise you wont be disapointed man:D ;)
    note:sorry i missed spell your nick name lol :):):)
     
  16. SafetyFirst

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    I reinstalled DefenseWall and it seems to work fine now.

    I'll see if the reinstallation of Sandboxie will fix the issues I have with it.


    added - to be removed soon - removed


    Avira AntiVir Personal
    DefenseWall
    MBAM
    Online Armor Premium
    Prevx
    Sandboxie
    SAS
    Shadow Defender
    SpyReveal
    TrojanHunter
    Zemana AntiLogger
     
  17. Joliet Jake

    Joliet Jake Registered Member

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    NAV Gaming Edition
    Comodo Firewall Pro with Defense +
    MBAM on demand
    Sandboxie
    Common Sense!
     
  18. firzen771

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    Added Mamutu

    Real-Time:
    Avast Prof
    Mamutu
    WinPatrol
    Rollback Rx

    On-Demand:
    MBAM
    Hitman Pro
    Update Notifier
     
  19. Kees1958

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    On Vista x64 gaming box

    - UAC on, plus Norton UAC tool
    - PGS with a deny execute of the user space, plus run internet faced as LUA except Iron and IE (run default with lowest rights).
    - MSE
    - ThreatFire with outbound protection
    - Vista FW (inbound only)
     
  20. Rules

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    OS : Seven Pro RTM X64 BUILD 7600.20510
    UAC Off, Defender Off.

    Firewal : Private Firewall 6.1

    Real-Time : Avira Premium full, IOBIT 360.

    On-Demand
    : Mbam, SAS, a-squared

    Browser : FF 3.5.3 AdBlock Plus

    Cleaner and Co : GSA CleanDrive, System Mechanic, WinAso Registry and Disk cleaner, Wise registry and disk cleaner, Eusing registry cleaner.

    Lot of Manual Tweaks.


    Regards

    Rules.
     
  21. mark.eleven

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    Still the same, no av super light setup.

    Windows Vista Home Premium SP2, Windows built-in FW enabled

    Real Time:
    Sandboxie (paid)

    On Demand:
    Returnil (free)
    VirusTotal (all files downloaded are checked before taken out of sandbox folder)
     
  22. Reimer

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    Windows XP Pro SP3

    Limited User Account + SRP + Kafu
    SuRun 1.2.0.7
    Kerio Personal Firewall

    Sandboxie 3.39.17

    Autorun Disabled


    Browser
    Firefox 3.5.3 w/ Noscript, Adblock Plus

    SRWare Iron
    Opera 10

    On Demand
    SuperAntiSpyware
    MalwareBytes Anti-Malware



    Will have to give up Sandboxie if I go over to Windows 7
    Otherwise while maintaining a similar setup with Standard User Account, Applocker, and SuRun
     
  23. Onur

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    What is Kafu? How can i setup LUA + SuRun + Kafu + SRP + DEP ? :doubt:
     
  24. Securon

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    Good Evening ! Real Time...1) Firewall...Agnitum Outpost Free 2) Anti-Virus/Malware...Sunbelt's...Vipre 3) Prevx Edge 3.0 On Demand...S.A.S. Pro...That's All Folks...Sincerely...Securon
     
  25. Onur

    Onur Registered Member

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    Thank you @ssj100. I don't understand very well. too complex o_O so i am waiting your thread of how to setup LUA + SuRUn + Kafu + SRP + DEP. Pm me please when you are write.
     
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