Abdelwahaab

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umbrapolaris said:
you have a license for EAM? if yes use it :D
my father have it :D But i still need a light & strong antivirus with USB Scan

Biozfear said:
He said MBAM not EAM.

Trying to infect your EAM virus again?:p
Earth said:
You could use Kingsoft AV 2012 (standalone or companion AV), it's free. Low memory usage too.
http://www.kingsoftsecurity.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=686
http://www.kingsoftsecurity.com/ (Direct download in link above)

It includes USB Defense, but I still recommend disabling Autoplay from within Windows.



However, you should be protected it you utilise Sandboxie to maximum use, by running using Drop My Rights and forcing Windows Explorer to run sandboxed.

I'm not sure if you understand my english. :huh:
i know kingsoft have this feature but its not got the advanced Mark in AV-Comparatives Detection test

umbrapolaris said:
Earth said:
However, you should be protected it you utilise Sandboxie to maximum use, by running using Drop My Rights and forcing Windows Explorer to run sandboxed.
How you do that exactly Earth, (i mean what setting)?
need to know this too
 

Spawn

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Well I don't know.. I read it somewhere, I'm sure it's possible somehow. Obviously not from boot, but when you open new windows from an external medium or whatever (tell it to launch in SBIE).

Why paid Avira, have you looked at the Free option?
 
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Earth said:
Well I don't know.. I read it somewhere, I'm sure it's possible somehow.
yes by bo.elam on sandboxie help thread here, just found out.
 

McLovin

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Earth said:
Why paid Avira, have you looked at the Free option?
Have to agree there, why not the free. You could have the free one and have a free firewall like Comodo Firewall.
 
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