What is your security setup these days?

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

  1. TheKid7

    TheKid7 Registered Member

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    I am not sure when the Sandboxie 3.39 beta download forum page was last updated, but it seems to indicate that the latest Sandboxie beta supports Windows 7.

    http://www.sandboxie.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=6003
     
  2. cp4eva

    cp4eva Registered Member

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    Prevx and GESWall
     
  3. 1boss1

    1boss1 Registered Member

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    Real Time:
    * NIS2010
    * Malware Defender

    On Demand:
    * Malwarebytes
    * Trojan Remover
    * VmWare Workstation

    Removed: Sandboxie and Outpost Pro

    Testing: Shadow Defender (Will most likely replace Sandboxie)

    Using XP, with Hardware Firewall and Firefox with various script blocking.
     
  4. jmonge

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    man i love AppGuard:)
     
  5. firzen771

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    tested out NAV 2010, Vipre, and GDATA AV 2010 for performance. Vipre performed the best but still had a very slight lag time when accessing files, GDATA was decent overall apart from its long updates, and NAV was pretty good but i just really didnt like it, too flashy.
     
  6. Reimer

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    I closed up those auto-start entries via Kafu anyway. Figured I just might as well.

    As for SuRun and installing programs, I actually prefer using SuRun. Not only is it more convenient than logging in and out of accounts but it installs by elevating your LUA's credentials. Since so many program installers simply assume you're using an administrator account, sometimes it doesn't even install the program into your limited account.



    I was actually referring to the 64-bit version of Windows 7. There are no plans for a 64-bit version of Sandboxie.

    So it's a choice of being able to utilize more memory or a great security program like Sandboxie.
     
  7. Joeythedude

    Joeythedude Registered Member

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    Overall : Windows XP FW / Dekart Private Disk / Faronics AE

    Specific Areas : Drop My Rights / DMR Zone / Sandboxie
    Right-Click Scanner : VirusTotal
    Maintenance : Secunia PSI

    Need to sort out my backups still.
     
  8. firzen771

    firzen771 Registered Member

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    wow, testing out F-Secure 2010 AV and wow this thing is crazy light, im pleasantly surprised how light it is, this could be a very possible AV for me to replace avast perhaps (after i see the next AV-C it will help me make my final decision)
     
  9. Sjoeii

    Sjoeii Registered Member

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    Working with KIS v2010 beta v706 & Iobit 360 now. Almost perfect combination
     
  10. nomarjr3

    nomarjr3 Registered Member

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    Windows 7 Ultimate setup:

    Acronis True Image OEM version
    Keyscrambler Personal
    Avira Antivir
    Windows Defender
    Windows Firewall
    UAC


    All I need to keep me safe in the Internet :thumb:

    Oh, and I use Firefox with Adblock Plus.
     
  11. RSpanky

    RSpanky Registered Member

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    Replaced Comodo FireWall with Malware Defender
     
  12. jmonge

    jmonge Registered Member

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    i was playing with MJ Registry Watcher,winpatrol,mamutu,Asquare antimalware,threatfire againts 2 to 5 malware and i was surprice that MJ Registry Watcher outperformed the competitors beating them all by not allowing any changes to the registry;) winpatrol fail very bad:D.prevx missed one,with mamutu and threatfire if malware is allow can not block when restart :D i dont have to much experince with bb but i added MJ Registry Watcher to my defenses cause it showed me that this really works:)who ever made this program is a genius
     
  13. BrendanK.

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    I have gone for a complete prevention approach.

    Online Armor++
    MJ Registry Watcher
    DefenseWall HIPS
    Keyscrambler
    Mamutu

    ...I would use Prevx, but I am having some issues with it at the moment :(
     
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  14. firzen771

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    no iobit? :D
     
  15. BrendanK.

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    Haha I use that on-demand. I don't feel the need for it in real-time :)
     
  16. jmonge

    jmonge Registered Member

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    i am having good experience here with MJ Registry Watcher and MalWare Bytes Pro can fully protect againts malware,just add a free antivirus and you are complete:)
     
  17. dallas7

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    See the signature. :shifty:
     
  18. sun88

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    What about Appguard? You know, the one you've been promoting lately.
     
  19. outandabout

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    1. WinXP Pro SP3 P.E (dont tell anyone)
    2. ATI2009
    3. Defense Wall
    4. FireFox + Addond (FlashBlock, NoScript, ABP, WOT)
    5. Shadow Defender
    6. Sandboxie thank u SSJ
    7. Comodo DNS
    8. HostMan
    9. Mailwasher Pro
    10. MBAM (on-demand)
    11. Online Virus Scanners
    12. Windows Firewall
    WWDC
    VMware (this should be sold and tought in school classes as a security app)
    COMMON SENSE!!!!!!!

    Feel light, fast & effective!!
     
  20. reinwald

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    Sandboxie, Online Armor Premium, AntiVir (on demand), ShadowDefender, MBAM, SAS
     
  21. jmonge

    jmonge Registered Member

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    appguard is one of my best choices;)for prevention
     
  22. Lebowsky

    Lebowsky Registered Member

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    Zonealarm 5.5.094
    MBAM free
    Spywareblaster free
    SuperAntispyware free
    Avast Home Free
    USB Disk Security
    DefenseWall HIPS 2.54
    Firefox+No-script
     
  23. Lebowsky

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    you are running all that on one OS or multiple guest OS's ?
    (i ask since you are using VMware)
     
  24. firzen771

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    added IObit 360 on demand and testing out Total Uninstall
     
  25. Keyboard_Commando

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    An interesting approach indeed. I presume you are jamming malware out of the system because there are no more resources left for them to occupy? J/K :p
     
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