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imsoadude's config

Discussion in 'Security Configuration Wizard' started by imsoadude, Oct 13, 2011.

  1. imsoadude

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    Cleaner: CCleaner with CCEnhancer / My Own
    Defragmenter: Auslogics Disk Defrag
    Updater: FileHippo Updater / Sumo
    Uninstaller: IObit Uninstaller Free
    Encryption: Truecrypt
    Startup Manager: Autoruns
    Backup: Macrium Reflect Free, Wuala for syncing important files, and Dropbox for group sharing
    Password Manager: Keepass 2.xx

    What do you guys think?
    ~Updated August 4 2013~
  2. Umbra Polaris

    Umbra Polaris Testing And Review Expert Staff Member

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    you are all good, maybe you can add EMET (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2458544) and Secunia PSI instead of Filehippo (http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal/) it is based more on the security aspect than just the updates.
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    FileHippo Update Checker is still a good choice. It can detect out-dated versions of Auslogics Disk Defrag, not sure if Secunia PSI can do this?

    Since Chrome is bundled with Flash Player and updates silently, this renders Secunia PSI useless. Unless you disable Google updates.

    It also depends what other third-party software is installed and whether they have their own updaters, such as Adobe Reader and/or Java.
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    Umbra Polaris Testing And Review Expert Staff Member

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    i dont know for auslogic because i dont use it. i installed flash player 10 and 11 so they are listed and it told me when to i need to update them.
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    Im going to try EMET out later and doesnt secunia psi add a background process? and i have flash installed and google chrome, should i uninstall the one i installed if google chrome comes with it? i keep google update enabled and i also have Java installed for school
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    Umbra Polaris Testing And Review Expert Staff Member

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    yes secunia add a service, it run permanently. you should keep the one in chrome.
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    If you have Secunia PSI running all the time, it runs 3 processes and a service or two (not quite sure).

    If you have Flash Player installed for Firefox or Internet Explorer and don't use them, then you can uninstall them, or update them to Adobe Flash Player 11 (now support IE9 64-bit).
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    Is it heavy on resources at all?
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    Umbra Polaris Testing And Review Expert Staff Member

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    right, 3 proc (around 12mb) and 2 services.

    it is what i did. running v11
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    Thats not bad for usage, i will try it out tonight when i try EMET, and i will probably be uninstalling flash for IE since i dont use it at all, i only use the flash v11 for chrome
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    I got Secunia PSI installed and picked up my hp updater that was out of date for my printer which i probably wouldnt have found out otherwise, i think im going to keep using it with my filehippo updater for now :)
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    Can someone post a link so what I should add to emet and how i should configure it?
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    http://rationallyparanoid.com/articles/microsoft-emet-2.html

    This link was posted in our forums long time before.
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    Thanks jamescv7 I now have emet configured :)
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    Ive been thinking about trying other web browsers, any recommendations of which browsers and why? Opera looks like a good browser, but does it keep up with Firefox and Chrome performance and security wise?
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    any browser running in Sandboxie is "secure", but i personally prefer using Comodo dragon (chrome baserd, anti-phishing and privacy features and secure DNS activated) in sandboxie.
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    i might take a look at comodo dragon, i've heard of it before but never actually stopped and checked it out
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    Removed secunia psi, wasnt working properly and figured i didnt need it that much, ill probably stick to chrome also, i like it the most out of all browsers, and has anyone heard of NotScripts im wondering if itd be worth adding to chrome
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    i try it for chrome (ScriptNo) , removed it, it work less easier than for firefox
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    So have you tried NotScripts tho, ScriptNo looks like it could be easier with the interface of the pop ups

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