What security setup do you have?

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  1. Posts : 10
    Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
       #481

    Kasperky Anti-Virus 2012 Firewall on
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  2. Posts : 16
    Windows 7 Pro 64
       #482

    Eset Smart Security 5.0
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  3. Posts : 14
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64x
       #483

    PC Tools Firewall Plus, Avast Antivirus, ThreatFire, WinPatrol, SUPERAntiSpyWare, SpywareBlaster, and Malwarebytes' Anti Malware. I also have Adblock Plus.
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  4. Posts : 740
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #484

    Windows Defender:Off
    MSE: Not installd
    Windows Backup: Disabled
    System Restor: Disabled
    No 3rd Party: Antivirus, Antimalware, Firewall or backup software active.

    Windows Firewall: Enabled
    UAC: Enabled, No dimming, Notifications limited.

    Been running win7 x64 this way for almost 2 years on a RAID0 array. Occasional installation and running of AVG or MBAM etc only ever find tracking cookies.

    I am both lucky and stupid!
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  5. Posts : 2,132
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #485

    CanIHaz said:
    Real-time: Sandboxie, Look n Stop Firewall, Eset Nod32, AdMuncher
    On-Demand: Hitman Pro, MBAM
    Back-up: ShadowProtect Desktop
    Sandboxie is the best!

    examtot said:
    Kasperky Anti-Virus 2012 Firewall on
    You seem to have tamed the "elephant" very well.

    Sub Styler said:
    Windows Defender:Off
    MSE: Not installd
    Windows Backup: Disabled
    System Restor: Disabled
    No 3rd Party: Antivirus, Antimalware, Firewall or backup software active.

    Windows Firewall: Enabled
    UAC: Enabled, No dimming, Notifications limited.

    Been running win7 x64 this way for almost 2 years on a RAID0 array. Occasional installation and running of AVG or MBAM etc only ever find tracking cookies.

    I am both lucky and stupid!
    Add real-time protection such as an antivirus program, HIPS or sandbox.
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  6. Posts : 431
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
       #486

    I just switched to Comodo Dragon, from Chrome all else is the same:

    Clean Install - Windows 7 x64 SP1 Home Premium Fully Updated - NAT Router Firewall Fully Stealthed - Windows 7 Firewall Public - Norton DNS - Sandboxie Paid - avast! File Shield Only - MBAM - Hitman Pro - Comodo Dragon - Windows 7 System Image - Java Never Installed
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  7. Posts : 2,132
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #487

    DBone said:
    I just switched to Comodo Dragon, from Chrome all else is the same:

    Clean Install - Windows 7 x64 SP1 Home Premium Fully Updated - NAT Router Firewall Fully Stealthed - Windows 7 Firewall Public - Norton DNS - Sandboxie Paid - avast! File Shield Only - MBAM - Hitman Pro - Comodo Dragon - Windows 7 System Image - Java Never Installed
    Nice setup!

    How's Comodo Dragon?
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  8. Posts : 851
    Windows 8 Professional x64
       #488

    MSE+windows firewall+UAC enabled+Malwarebytes PRO.
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  9. Posts : 431
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
       #489

    Francis93 said:
    Nice setup!

    How's Comodo Dragon?

    Thanks! I have to admit, it's really good. It "resembles Chrome", but isn't Chrome. No on-board PDF reader, no on-board Flash (have to install non-IE flash like for Firefox). Also, all of the questionable privacy concerns (real or not) that Chrome has, are all removed in Dragon.........No phoning to the Google mother ship. Dragon also has some extra security features as well. Plus it has a really cool icon! It seems to be a tad faster than Chrome, and comparing the about:memory tab, Dragon uses about 20,000k less RAM too.



    EDIT: All Chrome extensions/themes from Chrome's Web Store work on Dragon. I am currently using a black theme and AdBlock. Also, the spell-check function is built in like Chrome.
    Last edited by DBone; 03 Nov 2011 at 14:42.
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  10. Posts : 2,132
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #490

    DBone said:
    Francis93 said:
    Nice setup!

    How's Comodo Dragon?

    Thanks! I have to admit, it's really good. It "resembles Chrome", but isn't Chrome. No on-board PDF reader, no on-board Flash (have to install non-IE flash like for Firefox). Also, all of the questionable privacy concerns (real or not) that Chrome has, are all removed in Dragon.........No phoning to the Google mother ship. Dragon also has some extra security features as well. Plus it has a really cool icon! It seems to be a tad faster than Chrome, and comparing the about:memory tab, Dragon uses about 20,000k less RAM too.



    EDIT: All Chrome extensions/themes from Chrome's Web Store work on Dragon. I am currently using a black theme and AdBlock. Also, the spell-check function is built in like Chrome.
    That's great! And yes, for security reasons, Comodo Dragon doesn't have built-in stuff (e.g. PDF reader).
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