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On 5/8/2018 at 9:43 PM, dcs18 said:

Present Security Setup (in alphabetical order):—

  • AdGuard
  • ESET NOD32
  • Firefox ESR (in 99% locked-down mode)
  • Process Lasso Pro
  • RoboForm Pro
  • MailWasher Pro
  • Self-Destructing Cookies (giving SDC yet another chance)
  • Simple DNSCrypt
  • Windows Firewall Control (WFC)

Looking to replace my ESET NOD32 with either of the following 2 AntiVirus:

  • Kaspersky, and
  • Windows Defender

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vyzzer
12 hours ago, dcs18 said:

Looking to replace my ESET NOD32 with either of the following 2 AntiVirus:

  • Kaspersky, and
  • Windows Defender

 

Hi dcs18

 

Try endpoint security for Eset or Kaspersky for a change. I been using it for years and so far, no complaints.

 

Drop me a line if you need any help on activation.  

 

Regards.
 

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dcs18
3 hours ago, vyzzer said:

 

Hi dcs18

 

Try endpoint security for Eset or Kaspersky for a change. I been using it for years and so far, no complaints.

 

Drop me a line if you need any help on activation.  

 

Regards.
 

Oh wow, vyzzer — you've got PM.

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dcs18
On 5/8/2018 at 9:43 PM, dcs18 said:

Present Security Setup (in alphabetical order):—

  • AdGuard
  • ESET NOD32
  • Firefox ESR (in 99% locked-down mode)
  • Process Lasso Pro
  • RoboForm Pro
  • MailWasher Pro
  • Self-Destructing Cookies (giving SDC yet another chance)
  • Simple DNSCrypt
  • Windows Firewall Control (WFC)

Present Security Setup (in alphabetical order):—

  • AdGuard
  • ESET Endpoint Antivirus (thanks to vyzzer for introducing me to this new AV and also for helping me with the activation) uu0vOfR.gif
  • Firefox ESR (in 99% locked-down mode)
  • Process Lasso Pro
  • RoboForm Pro
  • MailWasher Pro
  • Self-Destructing Cookies
  • Simple DNSCrypt
  • Windows Firewall Control (WFC)

 

On 7/27/2018 at 3:58 PM, k2a said:

witch version better endpoint or a home version?

Copy what vyzzer posted above — ESET Endpoint Antivirus is silky smooth and loaded with options which are much more granular than the V8 (of NOD32 which I was using earlier.)

 

It's better than even KAV 2019 (which I used for just a 2 days.)

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Dubioza Kolektiv

Kaspersky Internet Security 2019

MCShield 3.0.5.28

CryptoPrevent 9

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genxu

ESET Smart Security

SecureAPlus

Process Lasso Pro

Shadow Defender

 

 

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Jime234

Adguard

Simple DNSCrypt

WFC

MBAM  is there but only as a backup (not running)

ESET NOD32 AV 11 TY @Skunk1966 / EAV 7 TY @vyzzer @dcs18

(Waiting for Process Lasso).......

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dcs18
1 hour ago, Jime234 said:

(Waiting for Process Lasso).......

 

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Posted (edited)
  • ESET Endpoint Antivirus - 6.5
  • Malwarebytes premium - on demand
  • Hitman pro - on demand
  • Windows Firewall Control - 5.3.1
  • Keyscrambler
  • ProtonVpn - on demand
  • Tor - on demand
  • Firefox with
    • uBlock
    • uMatrix
    • NoScript
    • Lastpass
    • Multi-Account Containers
    • Sanboxie - on demand
    • https everywhere
    • privacy badger
    • cookie autodelete
    • decentraleyes
    • random useragent
    • canvasblocker

 

Edited by k2a

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hamanokaito

Emsisoft Anti-Malware

Zemana Antilogger

DNSCrypt Proxy

Sandboxie

OpenVPN

AvastVPN

AviraVPN

AvgVPN

 

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Used to have avast! free since 2007.
Then Kaspersky Free came out and avast! was showing some trouble and lags.
Using Kaspersky free latest version now, along with
Firefox + Adguard + Lastpass,
Comodo Secure Browser as a backup.
 

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Yorel

Right now:

 

- KIS 2019

- MBAM

- AdGuard

- CyberGhost VPN

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saragon

Now I use

Norton Security

Ublock

MBAM

I've been use KIS and Eset too and i think these are the lighter AV.

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dcs18
On 8/8/2018 at 8:33 PM, dcs18 said:

Present Security Setup (in alphabetical order):—

  • AdGuard
  • ESET Endpoint Antivirus (thanks to vyzzer for introducing me to this new AV and also for helping me with the activation) uu0vOfR.gif
  • Firefox ESR (in 99% locked-down mode)
  • Process Lasso Pro
  • RoboForm Pro
  • MailWasher Pro
  • Self-Destructing Cookies
  • Simple DNSCrypt
  • Windows Firewall Control (WFC)

One of my client machines is actively rejecting Simple DnsCrypt — trying-out Kaspersky Internet Security 2019 on that system now.

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Venom

The most important stuff in my opinion:

AutoCookieDeleter (even if it doesn't really fit in, is it worth to mention)
F-Secure VPN + Tor
MBAM (but I rarely use it)
Sandboxie
uBlockOrigin

But the top notch security system is your brain + common sense ;)

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dcs18
On 9/11/2018 at 2:33 PM, dcs18 said:
On 8/8/2018 at 8:33 PM, dcs18 said:

Present Security Setup (in alphabetical order):—

  • AdGuard
  • ESET Endpoint Antivirus (thanks to vyzzer for introducing me to this new AV and also for helping me with the activation) uu0vOfR.gif
  • Firefox ESR (in 99% locked-down mode)
  • Process Lasso Pro
  • RoboForm Pro
  • MailWasher Pro
  • Self-Destructing Cookies
  • Simple DNSCrypt
  • Windows Firewall Control (WFC)

One of my client machines is actively rejecting Simple DnsCrypt — trying-out Kaspersky Internet Security 2019 on that system now.

Substituted {Simple DnsCrypt + ESET Endpoint Antivirus + Windows Firewall Control (WFC)} with Kaspersky Internet Security 2019 — but, KIS 2019 conflicts slightly with AdGuard.

 

Then, substituted Simple DnsCrypt with Acrylic DNS Proxy — it encountered the same problem as Simple DnsCrypt (however, discovered the reason for the issue.)

 

Now, road-testing Windows 10 Firewall Control as a potential replacement for {Simple DnsCrypt + Windows Firewall Control (WFC.)}

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fkstabizler

Interesting thread, let's see...

 

  • current Windows 10 (1809) with Windows Defender
  • Pi-hole network DNS filter
  • MVPS HOSTS in windows hosts file
  • DNS Digitalcourage censorshipfree server directly into Router
  • Adguard for Windows
  • Firefox with:
  1. protection against activitylogs enabled
  2. third party cookies disabled
  3. sending "Do Not Track"
  • Extensions:
  • uBlock Origin (it unblocks sited which get sblocks due of Adguard again), Cookie and Annoyance Filterlists
  • Decentraleyes
  • Cookie AutoDelete
  • Facebook Container
  • Tampermonkey:
    • Affiliate Killer (cleans the junk from URL)
    • FB Purity

 

  • Sandboxie
  • VeraCrypt
  • VMware
  • KeePass
  • and most important: brain.exe

Yep, feels pretty safe, but improvements always wanted :)

Edited by fkstabizler

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dcs18
On 8/8/2018 at 8:33 PM, dcs18 said:

Present Security Setup (in alphabetical order):—

  • AdGuard
  • ESET Endpoint Antivirus (thanks to vyzzer for introducing me to this new AV and also for helping me with the activation) uu0vOfR.gif
  • Firefox ESR (in 99% locked-down mode)
  • Process Lasso Pro
  • RoboForm Pro
  • MailWasher Pro
  • Self-Destructing Cookies
  • Simple DNSCrypt
  • Windows Firewall Control (WFC)

Present Security Setup (in alphabetical order):—

  • Acrylic DNS Proxy
  • AdGuard
  • ESET Endpoint Antivirus (thanks to vyzzer for introducing me to this new AV and also for helping me with the activation) uu0vOfR.gif
  • Firefox ESR (in 99% locked-down mode)
  • MailWasher Pro
  • Process Lasso Pro
  • RoboForm Pro
  • Self-Destructing Cookies
  • Simple DnsCrypt
  • Windows 10 Firewall Control (W10FC)

 

  1. Included Acrylic DNS Proxy
  2. Replaced Windows Firewall Control (WFC) with Windows 10 Firewall Control (W10FC)

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knowledge

what means Firefox ESR (in 99% locked-down mode)  https://i.imgur.com/LP7ELNK.jpg

do it stop some of them  dcs18

maybe u have posted about it befor  and i missed it ?

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dcs18

knowledge, you can lock-down the about:config entries of your choice, using LockPref. ;)

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Jime234
15 hours ago, dcs18 said:

 

  1. Included Acrylic DNS Proxy
  2. Replaced Windows Firewall Control (WFC) with Windows 10 Firewall Control (W10FC)

Sir, how is the W10FC going ?

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dcs18
3 hours ago, Jime234 said:
18 hours ago, dcs18 said:
  1. Included Acrylic DNS Proxy
  2. Replaced Windows Firewall Control (WFC) with Windows 10 Firewall Control (W10FC)

Sir, how is the W10FC going ?

Windows 10 Firewall Control (W10FC) may not be the best firewall but it's truly fabulous — the ideal firewall companion to those who depend on AdGuard (or any such network-level apps & programs.) F3h9xqz.gif

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knowledge
5 hours ago, dcs18 said:

knowledge, you can lock-down the about:config entries of your choice, using LockPref. ;)

is a way to make it so when open firefox it not open with 7 exes ?

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dcs18
4 minutes ago, knowledge said:
5 hours ago, dcs18 said:

knowledge, you can lock-down the about:config entries of your choice, using LockPref. ;)

is a way to make it so when open firefox it not open with 7 exes ?

The LockPref prevents clients from being able to change preferences on the Firefox GUI when set by the SysAdmin using LockPref:—

 

http://kb.mozillazine.org/Lock_Prefs

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