What is your security setup these days?

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

  1. Tyrizian

    Tyrizian Registered Member

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    You always seem to choose good setups...also very light on the system:thumb:
     
  2. zip

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    My setup is light. I teamed MSE with Immunet 'cause MSE doesn't check as often as it should for updates. :rolleyes:
     
  3. KelvinW4

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    How is Immunet now adays? o_O
     
  4. KelvinW4

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    Yes, now that I reinstalled my computer, Outpost doesn't lockup like it used to. It is very light and only uses 20 mb ram when it settles down!
     
  5. Tyrizian

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    Nice setup:thumb:

    How is the detection rate of Immunet now a days? I haven't tested it in a while.
     
  6. Tyrizian

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    So all together, with Geswall....about 22 to 25MB?

    Because I know that Geswall uses hardly any ram usage.
     
  7. KelvinW4

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    Just 5.1mb of rams
     
  8. Tyrizian

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    Yeah, you definitely are running light.

    I like it:thumb:
     
  9. Securon

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    Good Evening ! Hammer...the rest and meds didn't cut it...switched to Avast I.S. and WSA Essentials...stay tuned...don't touch that uninstall. Sincerely...Securon
     
  10. acr1965

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    The only shields I left enabled were the file, network, behavior and script. With the other shields running my browsing speed and computer response seemed to take a hit. But now things are running so well it's hard to tell if an av is installed or not.
     
  11. ams963

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    Thx R. :)
     
  12. jmonge

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    added SpyShelter Premium:thumb:
     
  13. ams963

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    I have a one stop simple solution or cure for Trjam-Itis. Take a highly furnished hammer and place it at 90 degrees to the computer in question. At the count of 3 with all your strength bang the damn computer. After 10 months you'll be finally cured of that evil Trjam-Itis. Good luck ;)
     
  14. ams963

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    Holy smoke J! I thought ERP and SSP did the same thing.
     
  15. jmonge

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    they both run smooth and complement each other in a way;) ;)
    i like to have my browser run Restricted
     
  16. 1chaoticadult

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    -- Network --

    Router: SPI firewall Enabled
    DNS Server: Norton ConnectSafe as Primary & Secondary DNS


    -- System Hardening (Windows 7 64bit)--

    UAC: Always Notify
    EMET: Maxmium Security Settings (DEP Always On, SEHOP Opt Out, ASLR Always On)
    Internet facing programs forced with EMET

    -- Real-Time Protection --

    Sandboxie:
    -Sandbox(s): Downloads, Java, PDF, Skype, My Skype Received Files, USB, Waterfox
    -Internet Facing Programs (IFP) are run with dropped rights and have no access to personal data.
    -IFP's Download Folders & USB Drives are forced to run in seperate sandboxes
    -Experimental Protection (64-Bit) enabled
    -Lock Configuration

    Comodo Firewall & Defense+:
    Configuration: Proactive Security
    Stealth Ports Wizard:
    -Alert me to incoming connections and make my ports steath on a per-case basis
    Firewall Behavior Settings:
    -Firewall Security Level: Custom Policy
    -Enable IPv6 Filtering
    -Alert Frequency Level: Medium
    -Protect ARP Cache checked
    -Blocked Gratuitous ARP Frames enabled
    -Do protocol analysis checked
    Defense+ Settings:
    -Defense+ Security Level: Safe Mode
    -Enable adaptive mode under low resources disabled
    -Treat unrecognized files as Untrusted
    -Sandbox Security Level: Enabled
    Computer Security Policy:
    -Protected File and Folders: Group Anti-Locker, Item "\Global??\FltMgrMsg"
    -Blocked Files: *.locked
    -Always Sandbox: A few programs (not sandboxed by Sandboxie) as Limited Restriction Level
    Preferences:
    -Parental Control Settings: Enable Password protection for the settings checked

    -- Browser --

    Waterfox:
    -Do Not Tracking Enabled
    -Deny third-party cookies
    -DuckDuckGo Default Search Provider
    -Adblock Plus: Fanboy Complete Adblock List, Malware Domains & Popup Block List Subscriptions
    -NoScript: Default settings except Forbid <IFRAME> & Forbid <FRAME> enabled
    -HTTPS Everywhere & HTTPS Finder

    -- Backup/Restore --

    Active@ Disk Image:
    -Encrypted manual system backups to secondary HDD as needed
    -Active@ Boot Disk Lite created and updated as needed
    Cobian Backup:
    -Running as service
    -Encrypted Daily/Weekly file backups to secondary HDD
    -Protect the user interface enabled
    SkyDrive: Encrypted file backups uploaded on a schedule

    -- Other --

    VMware Workstation
    Process Explorer
     
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  17. Page42

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    That is one impressive setup, chaoticadult.
    Lots of food for thought in there.
    :thumb:
     
  18. 1chaoticadult

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    Thanks my friend. I just downupgraded back to Windows 7 after using Windows 8 for about a week. I added a few things to my typical Windows 7 security setup (Sandboxie + Comodo Firewall). Everything worked out just how I wanted :D I have no need to change it.
     
  19. KelvinW4

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    I agree :thumb:
     
  20. 1chaoticadult

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    Thanks. :thumb: It might help someone with their own setup, who knows :D
     
  21. Page42

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    You give me something to shoot for when I get a few other things squared away. Keep it up, friend. :)
     
  22. ams963

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    Ah I see. :)
     
  23. 1chaoticadult

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    Oh I will. Its just what I do :argh:
     
  24. ams963

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    Awesome setup adult. :thumb: I love your setup. :)
     
  25. 1chaoticadult

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    Thanks, it is working well. :thumb: I might tweak a few things here and there but my setup is going to stay the same for awhile.
     
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