What is your security setup these days?

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

  1. kjdemuth

    kjdemuth Registered Member

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    You clean out your registry manually? WOw thats brave.
     
  2. jmonge

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    piece of cake;)
     
  3. thegoat

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    Sandboxie beta 3.45.01 running here and just Windows firewall! First post by the way!
     
  4. jmonge

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    thegoat wellcome to wilders:)
     
  5. kjdemuth

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    welcome goat! BAA BAA
     
  6. G1111

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    jmonge have you tried RegSeeker. It is free and I have used it now for several years with no problems. It backs up just in case. http://www.hoverdesk.net/freeware.htm
     
  7. jmonge

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    i will check it out thanks;)
     
  8. thegoat

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    Thanks guys, you all have interesting security setups. Not many use Sandboxie here?
     
  9. jmonge

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    alot of people here actually use it;)
     
  10. thegoat

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    Cool, just worked out how to use the signature system. I see you using Malware Defender - powerful HIPS! I tried that a couple of times before. Not easy to use, but it's powerful just out of the box.
     
  11. jmonge

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    yes indeed and very chatty too:D
     
  12. kjdemuth

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    I don'y like chatty. I have enough chatty things in my life.
     
  13. BenMar522

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    Another first poster here!

    I'm currently running:
    Real time: Norton 360 Version: 4.0.0.127

    On demand: Malwarebytes, SAS

    Browser: Firefox 3.6

    OS: Desktop- XP SP3, Laptop- Vista SP2

    I received a 1yr subscription through the Vipre Antivirus Premium Twitter giveaway...and will be combining it on my laptop with Prevx 3.0

    This is a great site with a lot of knowledgeable posters!
     
  14. G1111

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    Welcome thegoat. You will find a lot of good information here.
     
  15. jmonge

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    ben you are also welcome to wilders forum too and i promise you will enjoy avery minute here with all the knowledgeable people;)
     
  16. 3TAMMUZ

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    Switched it all to the Prevx SafeOnline (3.0.5.91) and the Online-Armor ++ (4.0.0.35) at the Windows 7 x64 platform. (All paid ones)
     
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  17. Hayki

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    avast! 5 - Zemana AntiLogger - Malwarebytes' Pro
     
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    Is it compatible with Windows 7? o_O
     
  19. Threedog

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    I run OA++ and Sandboxie all the time. Excellent combo. :thumb:
     
  20. Threedog

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    Actually Sandboxie is one of the most popular non-AV programs in use around here. Defensewall would be the second.
     
  21. G1111

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    Don't know I am using XP Pro.
     
  22. pling_man

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    Security Apps are in my signature below.

    Also use MBAM free
     
  23. xnevermore

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    yah i copied his oa++ and sandboxie combo

    but later im gonna install linux mint dual combo with my windows 7 well see how it goes
     
  24. thegoat

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    I see. Not surprising, considering this is a Security Forum and you need to know what you're doing to use Sandboxie to its full capacity.

    DefenseWall is the type of program you install on your non-computer savvy partner's laptop!
     
  25. G1111

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    I think you will find a lot of computer savvy people are using DefenseWall because it is simple, reliable and effective.
     
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