Assuming he's using Sandboxie on Firefox though, might be redundant to his setup.Thanks for sharing. keeping it lite is a wonderful way to conserve resources. I too practice a "minimal approach" and have for years. compliment defender with HMP.A for browsing and added memory protection, and maybe add an anti exe, neither require the constant DL'ing of definitions.Just a suggestion.
Keep us updated on how you decide to finish it up. Stay Frosty.
PS: I agree with JM Security that adding Macrium is a great idea.
Try VoodooShield. @_CyberGhosT_ uses it. So do I. 2 processes total @16.6 MB RAM on my machine.@_CyberGhosT_ : Thanks for your input Can you please name an anti-executable that is light on resources. On my old pc I used to have appguard. But unfortunately I have used all activation and appguard is no more for personal use. I tried NVT exe radar pro but it seemed heavy, not lite like appguard.
Relax! :emoji_ok_hand: You missed Windows Defender flagging an earlier version of it. That was fun! The latest version is fine.I have downloaded configuredefender by andy ful But when I upload it to virus total Antiy-AVL flags it as trojan.generic is it still safe? Out of 70 engines only this one detects it as malware.