Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.
Congrats on that.
If you do it the right way
For scrambled eggs he needs to go out to the kitchen you know Damn now I got myself hungry!
Keriver 1-Click Restore
Emsisoft emergency kit
Dr. Web CureIt
Norton power eraser
ESET NOD32 5
Windows 7 Firewall Control
Added ESET Online Scanner for weekly on-demand scans.
Haven't changed set up for a loooong time *Yawn*
Kind of boring huh Noob
Windows 7 Prof. x64 SP1:
UAC at max level (while using a standard account)
EMET at max protection (all internet facing apps added, pdf reader, openoffice,...)
Comodo Internet Security (AV,FW,D+,Sandbox)
Malwarebyte's Anti-Malware Pro (Web & Realtime protection)
Comodo Cleaning Essentials
Adblock Plus (Easylist + EasyGerman, EasyPrivacy, Fanboy's List + P2P + Tracking/Stats Blocking + International Tracking/Stats Blocking, Facebook, Malware Domains)
Foxyproxy (using a SSH-Tunnel to my dedicated server.. except a few sites which I manually added to Foxproxy)
Always connects to the internet via a SSH-Tunnel to my dedicated server
Passwords saved & encrypted with a Master-Password
Syncing all my passwords on all devices via my dedicated server
Fully replaces the password manager of:
- Firefox (With KeeFox as Firefox addon)
- FTP-Client (FileZilla & WinSCP)
- soon MSN/Skype/mIRC/ICQ/...
I generally use the SSH-Tunnel to my dedicated server on most app's that send/receive important or personal information to prevent sniffing. Thought about using OpenVPN but I only wanted to encrypt my network traffic for certain applications instead of everything.
What I want to add/change:
Replacing my fritzbox with a DDW-RT Router
I really recommend KeePass to everyone. You can sync it on every device via the web (dropbox,ftp,sftp,ssh,what-ever) and fully replace any password manager. To log into my ftp-server via Filezilla I just run KeePass, select the login entry in KeePass and click "open". Filezilla will start and log in with the credentials given from KeePass. Works with nearly every program.
I still wonder if it's safe to run Thunderbird the whole day with my passwords saved in the password manager (but encrypted by using the master password).
Well get trjam to give you a make over.
Removed Sandboxie, Removed NOD32.
Added Chrome Dev thanks to now allowing proper adblocking. 1806 trick also applied.
EMET at maximum. DEP Always On, SEHOP Opt Out, ASLR Always On (No issues with the programs I use) All internet facing apps configured.
Binisoft’s Windows 7 Firewall Control for controlling outbound connections.
Deciding between NortonDNS and Panda URL Fiilter.
Nod will be back...
Now I settled down and found my security of choice,I am thinking of getting a IMAC for the family.
me too dave with emsisoft
IMAC are very pricey but from everything I have read there given almost 5 stars by users and said to be worth it.Be kinda nice to have a different OS and go on MAC software binge.
Computer 1, Vista 32-bit, Norman Security Suite Pro, Trojanhunter 5.5
Computer 2, Windows 7 32-bit, Dr. Web Security Space 7, Trojanhunter 5.5
Computer 3, Windows 7 64-bit, Emsisoft Antimalware, Emsisoft Online Armor Pro, Trojanhunter 5.5
dave what is IMAC?
@jmonge here you go
I am going to get an iMac too. But I am waiting until Apple updates them with Ivy Bridge, and new Gen graphichs. Wich hopefully should happen Q1 next year
So my advice is to wait with the purchase a little longer
Sorry ams963 beat me to it,took a cat nap at the keyboard.
Whats a ivy bridge? Will they be more expensive?
Ivy bridge(computer processor) is the codename for a processor microarchitecture that is being developed by Intel as the 22 nm die shrink of Sandy Bridge.
Intel may unveil its next generation of processors--nicknamed "Ivy Bridge"--in April 2012
Ivy Bridge (IVB) is the first chip to use Intel's 22nm tri-gate transistors, which will help scale frequency and reduce power consumption. As we already mentioned, mobile Ivy Bridge will be the first Intel CPU to bring four cores into a 35W TDP.
At a high level Ivy Bridge looks a lot like Sandy Bridge. It's still a monolithic die that features an integrated GPU. The entire die is built at 22nm, continuing Intel's march towards truly addressing integrated graphics performance. Ivy Bridge won't get rid of the need for a discrete GPU but, like Sandy Bridge, it is a step in the right direction.
Ivy Bridge is backwards compatible with existing LGA-1155 motherboards, although there will be a new chipset for Ivy Bridge and new motherboards to enable some features (e.g. PCI Express 3.0, native USB 3.0). The new chipset family falls under the 7-series banner. We'll see Z77, Z75, H77, Q77, Q75 and B75 available at or around launch.
Thanks and it sounds more expensive.Might have to wait a yr after for price drops like any new technology.
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