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Posted 16 January 2012 - 10:39 AM
Real-Time: NOD IS ver 5.0
On-demand: Malwarebytes Portable, Avira Portable, Avast bartPe.
Posted 31 January 2012 - 05:12 AM
My security configurations are:
Operating system: Windows 7 Ultimate Service Pack 1
OS architecture: x64
Real-time protection: McAfee Total Protection 2012
On-demand scanners: None.
Browser(s): Google Chrome 16
Add-ons : Adblock Plus, A Little Privacy, McAfee SiteAdvisor, Ghostery, Google Opt-Out,
DNS Server: ISP Default
Messenger: Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo Messenger & Trillian
Cleaning Utility: CCleaner, Ashampoo, TuneUp Utilities, Windows 7 Manager & System Mechanic
Virtual Machine: None
BitTorrent client: µTorrent Free
Music Player: Windows Media Player 12
RAR & ZIP: WinRAR & WinZip
Uninstaller: Revo Uninstaler
Video Player: Media Player Classic - Home Cinema
PDF Viewer & Editor: Adobe Acrobat 10
Posted 31 January 2012 - 01:06 PM
slow down mate .. easy ...
thats too much !
and i seriously doubt , the system especially a Windows PC will behave normal under such a setup .
there is bound to be increasing number of conflicts , now and then .
some evident and some in the background , some vanishing and some slowly compiling which would ultimately drag a machine down to its knees ..
if not at present , then eventually in the long run .....
even if you turn off some modules from an application , still there are so many things in the program running in the background you never know . Norton Security products are a classic example of this ...
My Setup --
OS -- Windows 7 Ultimate .
Browser -- Firefox
Add Ons -- WOT , Lastpass , Key Scrambler , Ghostery , Better Privacy , Track me Not , Flashblock , Bitdefender Quick Scan .
Firewall -- Router and Windows Firewall Control .
Scanners -- Active -- None . ( although use Eset SS , but removed it from last one month .. )
--- On Demand -- MBAM , Superantispyware , Hitman . ( all once in two weeks to a month . )
Added -- Sandboxie ( esp for opening unknown programs , RARs , unknown links .) ,
Scotty the Watchdog from WinPatrol ,
Virustotal windows menu extension ( quick chek up of things ) ,
DNS -- Google or Open DNS or Ultra DNS . which ever is the fsatest at the time .
MVPS Hosts File and Peerblock ( not on a regular basis )
Secunia ( for keeping all the security patches installed and the software up to date )
Cleanning with CCleaner armed with CCEnhancer , System Ninja .
Music -- AiMP 3
Video -- KMPlayer .
and Common Sense , simply knowing what to , how to , when to , where to ...
all works good for me ...
Edited by majithia23, 31 January 2012 - 01:10 PM.
Posted 31 January 2012 - 04:03 PM
-KIS 2012-2011 always setting in interactive mode and with personal settings to obtain the maximum protection.
-Spyshelter premium v6
-sandboxie alternate with shadow defender
Browser(s): Mozilla Firefox 9.1 with:
-Add-ons : Adblock Plus, NoScript, TrackMeNot,Ref control
-Ad Muncher stable version
-roboform enterprise 7
VPN: Real-VPN or: Steganos internet anonym or proxy switcher
DNS Server: default
System-app update utility: filehippo + secunia
Cleaning Utility and pc system ut: CCleaner,Tuneup utilities 2012,spotmanu powersuite
Virtual Machine: VMware® Workstation 8
BitTorrent client: Azureus-Vuze
Music Player: winamp
RAR & ZIP: winrar
Uninstaller: total uninstall
Video Player: Zoom Player Home Max
PDF Viewer & Editor: Adobe Acrobat X pro
Format: Hard Disk Low Level Format Tool
Disk image backup: Shadow protect.... NO ACRONIS!!!
In any case, multiple anti-virus in real-time create serious conflicts in the OS.
Edited by flaubert, 31 January 2012 - 04:09 PM.
Posted 31 January 2012 - 04:18 PM
Makes me look like a simpleton...lol
For me it's much simpler...
Full time AV/FW - NIS 2012
On demand - Hitman and MWB
File/Folder crypto - Folder Lock 7 (256 aes)
Drive crypto - TrueCrypt (only for 1 of my esata externals)
P2P FW - Peerblock
Browser: FF10 with noscript and norton safeweb
PC: My SSD boot array drives (4 x 60GB Ocz Vertex 2s) are self encrypting (256 aes) and I have the ATA password enabled in bios. My drives are unreadable by any other machine. Even resetting the CMOS is useless as the crypto key is stored on the drive(s).
Last resort...a thermite charge rigged to blow with just the push of a button...j/k
'Best Bang For The Buck' Build - CM Storm Sniper - CM V8 120mm HSF
2500K @ 4.5GHz 24/7 - Asus P8Z68-V Pro - 2x4GB G.Skill DDR3-2400 C10
Sapphire Vapor-X 7770 OC Edition - PC Power & Cooling Silencer MkIII 600W
Boot: 2 x 120GB Intel 520 SSD R0 - Work: 4 x 50GB Ocz Vertex 2 SSDs - Ocz Apex 60GB
Storage: 2 x 1TB WD RE4 Raid0 - External Backup: 2 x 1.5TB WD Blacks Raid1
Posted 31 January 2012 - 04:30 PM
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Posted 01 February 2012 - 08:25 AM
With some thinking. I feel that it's best for the forums if we have only one general thread about it. Hence, both the threads, Whats your security setup? and My Security Configuration (by 6enii) are merged.
the above statement makes me laugh and it makes me wonder if you really want "whats best for the forums" why would you do things like this?!?
Why would a child-like spam post with (eventually) 10,000 spammy replies be good for the forums?
Edited by mrsmith, 01 February 2012 - 08:28 AM.
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