Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dja2k, Dec 15, 2005.
You always seem to choose good setups...also very light on the system
My setup is light. I teamed MSE with Immunet 'cause MSE doesn't check as often as it should for updates.
How is Immunet now adays?
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!
How is the detection rate of Immunet now a days? I haven't tested it in a while.
So all together, with Geswall....about 22 to 25MB?
Because I know that Geswall uses hardly any ram usage.
Just 5.1mb of rams
Yeah, you definitely are running light.
I like it
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
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.
added SpyShelter Premium
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
Holy smoke J! I thought ERP and SSP did the same thing.
they both run smooth and complement each other in a way
i like to have my browser run Restricted
-- 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 --
-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
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+ 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
-Parental Control Settings: Enable Password protection for the settings checked
-- Browser --
-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
-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 --
That is one impressive setup, chaoticadult.
Lots of food for thought in there.
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 I have no need to change it.
Thanks. It might help someone with their own setup, who knows
You give me something to shoot for when I get a few other things squared away. Keep it up, friend.
Ah I see.
Oh I will. Its just what I do
Awesome setup adult. I love your setup.
Thanks, it is working well. I might tweak a few things here and there but my setup is going to stay the same for awhile.
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