What is your security setup these days?

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

  1. Good set up. Good to see you following Prevention, Detection, Cure layer architecture. :) (By the way, for Imaging Backup, you can try Comodo Backup ver 2...)
     
  2. Threedog

    Threedog Registered Member

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    My setup as of late

    XP SP3
    Firewall: Nat Router + Windows Firewall
    Defensewall
    Avira Premium
    LUA + SRP + Surun
     
  3. jmonge

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    testing OnLine Armor Premium;)
    but what ever is in my signiture is my permanent shields;)
     
  4. metalforlife

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    I casually put it that way. In wording, my architecture is a bit different - 2nd and 3rd are detection & cure, and recuperation respectively. :D
     
  5. nomarjr3

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    Windows 7 Ultimate x64:

    Microsoft Security Essentials
    PCTools Firewall Plus
    SAS Free
    Keyscrambler Personal
    VirtualBox (booting Ubuntu, ReactOS, FreeBSD)
    *Windows Firewall OFF
    *UAC OFF
    *Windows Defender OFF
     
  6. Kees1958

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    How far is reactos now in os devlopment? Does it allready have wireless support?
     
  7. mrfargoreed

    mrfargoreed Registered Member

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    Outpost Pro - firewall
    Symantec Endpoint Protection - AV/threat protection
    SandboxIE - browser protection
    Mailwasher Pro - email filtering
    Keepass - passwords
    ATI - imaging
    FD-ISR - instant recovery and general god-like status :-*

    Firefox with the usual Adblock, Ghostery, CSlite, Keyscrambler, etc, etc
     
  8. gery

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    LNS firewall ,Avg Antivirus 9 , Trojan Hunter
     
  9. firzen771

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    testing out Avast v5.0.160 Beta and its working flawlessly :thumb:
     
  10. Threedog

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    New setup for me

    Nat Router
    Online Armor ++
    Prevx 3.0.4.221 Beta

    On Demand
    SAS Pro
     
  11. nomarjr3

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    As of now, only a handful of open source software function 100%, like AbiWord, Firefox 2 (v3 not fully supported), etc.

    As for wireless support, they're still working on it, as well as USB support.
     
  12. nomarjr3

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    Windows XP Media Center SP3 x86:

    See sig :cool:
    On-demand scanners (MBAM, SAS, Prevx, HijackThis, etc.)
    Orca Browser (for daily surfing)
     
  13. bierni86

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    real-time

    Geswall Freeware + Geswall as Firewall
    Shadow Defender
    TrueCrypt

    on-demand

    a-squared anti-malware
    MBAM free
     
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  14. Santos_L_Halper

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    MSE
    Comodo Firewall + Defense+
    Malwarebytes

    On Windows 7 Ultimate RTM
     
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  15. simisg

    simisg Registered Member

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    Greece
    mse
    outpost free
    malwarebytes
     
  16. jmonge

    jmonge Registered Member

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    DefenSeWall Personal FireWall v3 Beta
    MBAM PRO
    Prevx Beta
     
  17. Kees1958

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    On the Vista x64 gaming box

    Real Time
    - Vista FW 2 way
    - UAC on with Norton's UAC tool to remember choices
    - PGS used to set a deny execute of user space
    - Immunet protect x64 to check at installs only

    On demand
    - Hitman Pro 3.5
    - Sanity Check (Anti Rootkit)
    - Anvir TaskManager
    - Autoruns (using compare feature)
     
  18. jmonge

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    removed prevx for now and addedd OnLine Armor Premium 3.5
     
  19. NoIos

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    My HTPC now runs:
    MSE and PCTools Firewall Plus

    In the next days I would like to check for another pc the combination CIS ( firewall + antivirus + defense+ ) + A-squared antimalware ( commercial version ).
     
  20. LoneWolf

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    Look'n'Stop 2.06p4
    DefenseWall 2.56

    On-Demand
    HitMan Pro 3.5
    Prevx 3.0.1.65
    Malwarebytes AntiMalware 1.41

    System Hardening
    SeconfigXp

    Imaging
    Macrium Reflect


    OpenDNS
    Opera10
     
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  21. Creer

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    LoneWolf, I'm just curious, which ruleset are you using with Look'n'Stop?
     
  22. LoneWolf

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    Enhanced ruleset.
     
  23. jmonge

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    comodo is fast;)
     
  24. jmonge

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    cool:thumb: by the way do you use D+ too or just the firewall?
     
  25. jmonge

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    ah i see:D
     
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