What is your security setup these days?

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

  1. Francis93

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  3. jmonge

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    Nod antivirus and mamutu:thumb:
     
  4. Kernelwars

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    no prevx? or rootx?:doubt:
     
  5. 1chaoticadult

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    What happened to your favorite program Spyshelter? :eek:
     
  6. Kernelwars

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    what did the poor emsi malware ever do to u that u dont use it anymore my good friend?:doubt:
     
  7. 1chaoticadult

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    Well its a bit chunkier than KIS right now. Things speed up a bit when I installed KIS and uninstalled EAM. It might make a comeback when 6.0 comes out though. :D
     
  8. CJsDad

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    :thumb:
    Reason I asked is because I'm using the same thing along with Sandboxie.
    Only difference would be I'm using the current version of NOD32
     
  9. blasev

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    KIS have a nice boost on the peformace front.
    I hope they'll stay that way

    Also waiting eagerly for EAM 6 :D
     
  10. Cyrano2

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    I'm starting to be really tempted by the new KIS :D
     
  11. jmonge

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    @CJsDad good choice man;)
     
  12. 1chaoticadult

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    Yep KIS did get a nice boost. I'm waiting on EAM 6 as well :D
     
  13. Hungry Man

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    Just added Sandboxie free. Mostly just interested in the kernel protection and its other functions. I don't really need anything sandboxed.

    edit: Though I do have Chrome sandboxed.
     
  14. jmonge

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    kernell protection?how?thanks interesting;)
     
  15. Spooony

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    Does anyone know anything about the program spyware detector? It came with Rmoney which is a memory editor to use with games. But it came as a seperate install and you have the option to install it or not. Its almost like a advance task manager. Its got a 30 trail period but don't want to install stuff I'm not familiar with.
     
  16. jmonge

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    4 me it's new 2
     
  17. Spooony

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    Ok I installed it inside vmware.
    The help file says its a anti-spyware tool detecting running processes and display their threat rating based on analysis of all hidden properties. I must say its interface and its info it gives is much better layout than process manager. Its more user friendly and easier to understand. Its a process manager for noobs. I love process manager so I think I won't be needing it. But its nice app. Not too shabby. Going to use the trail for 14 days. Have a brontok variant here see what it does when I let it loose.
     
  18. jmonge

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    let us know man:thumb:
     
  19. Spooony

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    will do lol just cutting of vmwares network brontok is another customer when it gets on it lol
     
  20. Konata Izumi

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    Returnil FREE (antivirus off)
    Spyshelter FREE
    Privoxy
    AdvOR
    EMET
     
  21. xnevermore

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    trying kaspersky internet security 2012

    there update looks really good
    there sandbox feature might be able to convince me to remove sandboxie but i read its function is limited with win 7 x64
     
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  22. Nekromantik

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    I think in 2012 they improved 64bit support for safe run as back on 2011 when you started a safe fun browser it gave you a warning about limited functionality on 64bit systems every time toy started safe fun. Now on 2012 there is no warnings :D
     
  23. 1chaoticadult

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    You might not get any warnings but its still limited according to Kaspersky Lab.

     
  24. ExtremeGamerBR

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    What about HIPS and BB, function in the same way for users 32 and 64Bit?
     
  25. jmonge

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    in Nod antivirus it's hips engine in interactive mode is very informative and very active indeed may be same in kav antivirus;)
     
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