What is your security setup these days?

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

  1. 19monty64

    19monty64 Registered Member

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    Avast 4.7
    Kerio 2.1.5
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    D-Link 604
    WSF 101
     
  2. SamSpade

    SamSpade Registered Member

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    What is "WSF 101"?



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  3. WSFuser

    WSFuser Registered Member

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    Wilders Security Forum 101?

    I guess it means learning from all the information posted here.
     
  4. faenil

    faenil Registered Member

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    Eset Security Suite 3.0 RC1 ;)
    ProSecurity 1.40b2 :D
    Firefox 2.0.0.7 (Opera 9.23 wasn't able to open lots of pages)

    Don't miss anything ^^
     
  5. lucas1985

    lucas1985 Retired Moderator

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    That's my setup on some 98SE systems (Avast on-demand) + Tiny Watcher.
     
  6. SamSpade

    SamSpade Registered Member

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    Do you think? I wonder what the OP of WSF 101 would say.

    ... ??

    [It's a serious question, actually. Any suggestions?? ]

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  7. 19monty64

    19monty64 Registered Member

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    Exactly what I meant. :thumb: :thumb:
     
  8. ayelgndes

    ayelgndes Registered Member

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    Original Intel Pentium
    [3.2 GHz, 1 GB RAM, 800 MHz FSB, 160+80 GB HDD, 128Mb Graphic]
    [Microsoft Windows Xp SP2]


    Real Time:
    Antivirus: Symantec Corporate 10.1
    Firewall: Windows Firewall
    Antispyware: Spy sweeper with Antivirus (Antivirus Disabled)

    On Demand:
    Antivirus: Nod32 2.70.39.
    Registry Scanner: Uniblue RegistryBooster 2

    Other Cleanings:
    Files/Registry: Uniblue Power suite (RegistryBooster + Spy Eraser + Speed Up my Pc)

    Alternative software:
    Browser: Opera 9.23
    Instant IM: Trillian 3.1
    Task Manager: Security Task Manger

    And Many More...
     
  9. SamSpade

    SamSpade Registered Member

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    Thanks. :thumb:


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  10. drkoopz

    drkoopz Registered Member

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    AV - Avast 4.7
    AS - None
    Other - Threatfire

    Browser - Opera 9x series
    IM - AIM Pro + Testing Trillian Astra
     
  11. deanmartin

    deanmartin Registered Member

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    Nod32 2.7
    Avg Anti-Spyware (paid)
    PC Tools Firewall 3.0
    D-Link 604
    Blue Coat K9 Web Protection
     
  12. Davidpr

    Davidpr Registered Member

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    An all free set up now apart from a router:

    Avast
    SpywareBlaster
    Boclean
    GeSWall
     
  13. dmmc

    dmmc Registered Member

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    safe n sec
     
  14. EASTER

    EASTER Registered Member

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    Dropped ThreatFire due to marked boot delay and occasional random FP's.


    Everything else as earlier indicated for the time being.
     
  15. 19monty64

    19monty64 Registered Member

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    I have Tiny too, but I just listed my "active" to keep the list short... :thumb: :thumb:
     
  16. Niels

    Niels Registered Member

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    My current security setup is :
    BitDefender Internet Security 2008
    Prevx 2.0 v1.0.2 build 112
    superantispyware free edition
    Mozilla Firefox 2.0.0.7
     
  17. mrfargoreed

    mrfargoreed Registered Member

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    Changed
    Added

    Recovery - FD-ISR
    Firewall - Comodo Firewall 2.4
    Anti-Virus - Avira Premium
    Browser Protection - SandboxIE
    Behaviour Blocker - Norton Antibot
    System Monitor - WinPatrol Plus
    Virtual Partition - Returnil


    Others:
    IP Blocker - Peerguardian
    Spam Filter - Mailwasher Pro
    Browser - Firefox with Spoofstick, Adblock, NoScript, CookieSafe
    Passwords - Keepass
    Encryption - Truecrypt

    nLited XP with many tweaks
     
  18. boonie

    boonie Registered Member

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    DLink Router

    Resident:
    Tiny Watcher
    LinkScanner Pro
    BOClean
    GSS

    Recovery/Sandboxing:
    SandBoxie
    Returnil
    BootBack

    Hardening:
    Spyware Blaster
    Seconfig
    DEP enabled (Opt-out)
    Reg and GPE tweaks

    On Demand:
    a2
    SAS
    RKU
     
  19. Long View

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    Hardware Firewall
    Firefox - No scripts

    No Anti-virus
    No Anti-spyware
    No Hips
    No problem
     
  20. QBgreen

    QBgreen Registered Member

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    Persistent: Good old high quality wired SPI router!

    Firewall/HIPS: Online Armor 2.1.0.11

    AV/AM: Avira AntiVir Personal Premium 7.06.00.308

    On Demand AM: SAS Pro (on access disabled), ewido micro
     
  21. dja2k

    dja2k Registered Member

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    I'm still running the same setup listed in my sig. Only been updating Online Armor AV+ to the newest beta version.

    dja2k
     
  22. ErikAlbert

    ErikAlbert Registered Member

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    My security setup is still the same, but I had to ditch "Script Defender", because its uninstaller doesn't work properly, it screwed my system partition and that is unacceptable.
    I allow an incomplete uninstall, which is a general disease, but not a damaging uninstall. My patience has also limits. :)
    Read this thread, where you can find additional info to fix it.
    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=187398
     
    Last edited: Oct 9, 2007
  23. Bunkhouse Buck

    Bunkhouse Buck Registered Member

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    For security:
    Windows XP firewall
    NOD32
    WinPatrol Plus
    For backup: Acronis TI
    For browser: Firefox

    You don't need anything else.
     
    Last edited: Oct 9, 2007
  24. yankinNcrankin

    yankinNcrankin Registered Member

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    At the moment and some other secret stuff.
     

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  25. EASTER

    EASTER Registered Member

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    Please be more specif Erik on what exactly you discovered. I agree the uninstalled is for crap and useless in restoring associations, but i discovered an even more disturbing problem lately since i still am using it in a couple of snapshots. Even after "execute this script" on .vbs files, it somehow renders them completely unresponsive anyway. That IS a problem, but Doug Knox's repair associations with vbs files corrected it 100% just as before.

    Funny thing, the .reg files and .bat file "execute" when ScriptDefender's prompt alerts, but the vbs files are silent. Definitely a serious bug, and also with the uninstaller no less.

    Still, i'm keeping it on a couple of snapshots and checking each association it's supposed to guard whether they launch or not after allowing them, plus i have to check ALL other associations like .com and such after removing to make sure theres some of them redeemable.

    Shame really, since this is a script interceptor thst all users really could benefit from if only it was improved on and corrected.
     
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