Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.
thank you guys
Process Guard 3.5
Don't loose it now. I have given you the last updated version from by backup-HDD.
Windows 7 Ultimate
Trying out DefenseWall - Had tried this some time ago, liked it, but decided against it. I don't really remember why.
I think at the time, I had just bought a license for SandBoxie.
APPLocker - No execute from Downloads folder
Firefox with NoScript. Adblock Plus, LinkExtend
added PE Guard 2.2
waiting for the antikeyloging feature
Good Morning ! Switched from G-Data I.S.2011 Too Vipre Premium-Real Time...and Prevx 3.0 with Safe On-Line...On Demand...Hitman Pro...Browsers...Google Chrome...and Safari...uninstalled Opera...O/S Windows 7.Sincerely...Securon
- Windows 7 Firewall Control
- Online Armor Premium
- Neo's Safekey
I understand, thank you for answering!
I found the Avast! Sandbox was stronger, from what I saw is weak.
i am currently testing Real Time Defender
I'm recently giving proper testing to the following:
Real-time AV: Microsoft Security Essentials v2
Real-time URL Scanner: avast! 5 Web Shield, AVG LinkScanner
Behavior Blocker: AVG Identity Protection
It's a very light hybrid (If I can call it that.) combination.
I'll see how that goes, and if I like it I think I'll deploy it to some family members, as they don't manage with other sort of protection.
I want the avast! 5 Web Shield because I want to prevent them from downloading any possible infectable file in the first place. LinkScanner covers exploits.
Identity Protection checks processes behaviors, and MSE is there to kick-in when necessary.
I actually think I've found a nice ballance between security and usability for them, taking in consideration what they can manage.
Turned off Windows Defender, re-installed Online Armor free, still trying to decide if the extra protection is worth the extra clicks.
it does it is very imformative
once you have gone trough the Wizard and run each of your apps at least once there isn't much clicking to do.
except when you install stuff then you might want to go into Learning Mode just for the install.
Malware Defender 18.104.22.168
Noob finally you got the changed to get your hands dirty on malware defender program
Yes, it's installs that give the most pop-ups. How do I turn on the Learning Mode?
PE Guard is running smooth here
Yeah, my bro finally bought his "Laptop" (He kept saying he would for like 1 year) until he finally did.
So now Desktop is "Almost" mine, he still uses it from time to time and for gaming.
Though, i check MD rules like once a week at least (Not any "expert" thing, i just go by all rules to see if any weird app is allowed)
that's good man
And forgot to say i have it locked down
All my setup, he always calls me when he needs to unlock MD i just give him the pass and i change it again BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA I'm Evil!!
Real time = Avira free + comodo ( d+ disabled )
On demand = mbam , emsisoft emergency kit , hitmanpro
avira premium is pretty good. so far impressed