How do you figure Rod ?Damn you must do most of your surfing in some of the most dangerous parts of the world like Iraq, Iran, North Korea, China, and Russia.... lol
It was a joke, play on words....Surfing.... as in surfing board... Locations dangerous... Get it?How do you figure Rod ?
Thats a very lite config one of the litest here.
VS and HMPA are my main protection HMP is only the on-demand scanner.
SBGuard only changes the security policy settings to make windows more hardened.
If I were surfing more dangerous areas I would incorporate EmsiSoft or Bitdefender.
I can afford to run this config because I mainly game on this system, the most dangerous
site I visit on this PC is here and AV Comparitives, so barring any stupidity on my part
"for what I use this for" this is a very secure PC without Sig based software
Cool... But surfing and surfing the web were part of the joke... Guess joking is not my forte.... But no joke my mom did shoot the landlord off the roof when I was little in the 60'sI cant surf
I grew up near beaches and can skate, and bike quite effectively.
The sharks worry me so Surfing was fun to impress the girls but not something I practiced regularly.
Thanks for the clarification Rod, I was confused
I don't imagine Windows Defender on Windows 7 would have been used. If so, pretty impressive for an antispyware program.Pretty shocking results to me! Expected Avast and Windows Defender to do better than they did.. Oh well.. The results seem to fluxuate every time though take them with a grain of salt and if you want test YOURSELF on whether or not the impact and protection is good eneough for you.
Wow! I'm so surprised to see Emsisoft at the bottom of the list and right behind Microsoft Windows Defender at that? I'm an Emsisoft Internet Security user and it has such high praises as one of the top antivirus & antimalware products in the market. Really shockedTest machine: Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit SP1
Method: 346 LIVE malicious URLs