What is your security setup these days?

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

  1. ciscodisco

    ciscodisco Registered Member

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    Hello, Great thread always learn something new. This is my current setup I have been using for a few months with no problems. Please let me know if you can think of any additions:

    -ESET Smart Security 5 with interactive HIPS & FWL.
    -Secondery AV- Sophos AntiVirus Tool & Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.

    -Firefox with Trusteer Rapport, WOT, ABP. I’ve tried noscript but it slows it down too much. :(
    -EMET Maximum for all Internet Facing apps.
    -Secunia PSI-Very cool for managing patches.
    -A few tweaks like UAC and Host File.

    -OpenDNS with content filtering.

    Thanks
     
  2. ams963

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    So are you using only ERP on your pc?
     
  3. jmonge

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    also webroot
     
  4. ams963

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    If you're not using a paid subscription of OpenDNS you could consider switching to Norton ConnectSafe. ;)
     
  5. blasev

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    thanks for the tips, I was using open dns free and I think norton safe connect a little bit faster for me :thumb:
     
  6. ciscodisco

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    Thanks Iron Man I will have to give it a try.
     
  7. Dark Shadow

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    Yes norton connectsafe works very well.
     

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  8. 1chaoticadult

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    A few suggestions: Remove Trusteer Rapport, it is useless. As in previous posts, I would suggest Norton ConnectSafe over OpenDNS. Also I would add HTTPS Everywhere & HTTPS Finder addons to firefox. Also maybe add another on-demand scanner like Emsisoft Emergency Kit.

    LOL at that image. I'm still trying to connect to your open public wifi you know :D
     
  9. ams963

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    No prob. ;)
     
  10. ams963

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    No problem. ;) You also need HitmanPro and an imaging software in addition to what adult said.
     
  11. Page42

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    Trying out AVG ThreatLabs Chrome extension.

     
  12. Dark Shadow

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    LMAO,Just drive closer to my Hotspot.:D
     
  13. ams963

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    I'm using what's in my sig. Along with NoScript and ABP in firefox I do not need anything else now do I? ;)
     
  14. Dark Shadow

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    Nope,thats like breaking into fortknox.
     
  15. Dark Shadow

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    Sometimes I leave my front door open and invite the nasties In,then I reboot and SD flush them down the toilet.:)
     
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    You don't mean this Fortnox, do you? :)
     
  17. Dark Shadow

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    Nope you are all set my friend :thumb:
     
  19. trjam

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    back to Eset, the heck with tests.:D
     
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    Yeeee my signature :thumb:
     
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    Running Super light right now :)
     
  22. mattfrog

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    Trying G Data Cloud Security, a free browser plugin:

    http://www.gdatasoftware.co.uk/cloudsecurity/
     
  23. ciscodisco

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    Thanks 1chaoticadult and Iron Man will have to try the suggestions out.
     
  24. Dark Shadow

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    I agree heck with testing orgs.Have you seen some post in here and around the net about the siefef trojans going around and Eset was about the only one picking up on it but having trouble cleaning it.Then other recommended popular scanners to run that where not even detecting it at all. Credit to Eset for at least detecting it.
     
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