Software to Compare
hard configurator + comodo firewall + secureaplus (UV disabled+ apex not real time protection+reg as antivirus)
hard configurator + comodo firewall + avast free (only file prot. with HM)
hard configurator + spyshelter + secureaplus (UV disabled+ apex not real time protection+reg as antivirus)
hard configurator + spyshelter + avast free (only file prot. with HM)
hard configurator + huorong IS (Host Reinforcement set to deny+Custom rules)
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  1. Ease of use
  2. Impact on hardware performance
  3. Core protection (AV engine, Heuristic engine)
  4. Internet protection (Web filtering, Anti-Phishing, Antispam, Browser extension)
  5. Proactive protection (Behavior blocker, HIPS, Sandbox)
  6. Network protection (Firewall, Botnet protection)
  7. Ransomware protection
  8. Banking & Payments protection
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Chri.Mi

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Vitali Ortzi

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SEP is not free, but do u think is at the same lvl of protection after broadcom acquired it?
After trial everything except submission works and you won't need it since you use only the firewall component

After trial everything except submission works and you won't need it since you use only the firewall component
And about Boradcom they didn't downgrade the level of protection .
Just didn't innovative as every update is only minor bug fixes :(

And about Boradcom they didn't downgrade the level of protection .
Just didn't innovative as every update is only minor bug fixes :(
If you will want to change options that aren't available via GUI and you dont want to run a SPEM server .
You can always modify via Regedit or the .DAT directly.
If you will want your own SPEM server PM me i have a very extended trial .Slf file i can share by request.
 

ichito

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@Andy Ful
I'm not using Win10 and such apps but...more or less...I know what they do in system :) It was only just a small joke :)
BTW...as I see quite all mentions...except only few...are about signature-based protection what means that nowadays actually all protection layers depend on decision from "outer space" - servers with signatures, white/blacklists of detected processes/files/pages, info from something like community, etc. What about when everything from them failed?...stop working?...due to some circumstances like at present pandemic?
That's why I recommend rather local solution maybe not so convinient for user but less vulnerable for issues from outside.
 

Andy Ful

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@Digmor Crusher
@Andy Ful
I'm not using Windows 10 and such apps but...more or less...I know what they do in system :) It was only just a small joke :)
BTW...as I see quite all mentions...except only few...are about signature-based protection what means that nowadays actually all protection layers depend on decision from "outer space" - servers with signatures, white/blacklists of detected processes/files/pages, info from something like community, etc. What about when everything from them failed?...stop working?...due to some circumstances like at present pandemic?
That's why I recommend rather local solution maybe not so convinient for user but less vulnerable for issues from outside.
Probably the best could be a mix of AV (based on the cloud) and local non-signature solution.
 

DJ Panda

Level 29
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WD + AndyConfig MAX should suffice in protection. Defender's resource hogging has gotten better though something Kaspersky Cloud might be good. UBlock Origin can be a good adblocker and can block some suspicious websites, other AV extensions could be used. Privacy Possum can give you less of a fingerprint but other's suggestions are certainly good.
 

Andy Ful

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WD + AndyConfig MAX should suffice in protection.
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Yes, it should. Yet, it has some cons, too. The most problematic can be blocking software auto-updates by ASR rule "Block executable files from running unless they meet a prevalence, age, or trusted list criteria". If the application is very popular, then the fresh update will be allowed after one or a few days. But, for unpopular applications, the updates can be blocked for months. In such a case one has to turn off this ASR rule >> restart computer >> make updates >> turn on ASR rule >> restart the computer. But, from the tests on MH it follows, that this rule can be important to mitigate 0-day malware.
 

Back3

Level 5
If you prefer to go with Comodo firewall and maybe AV, remember a good free antikeylogger. Ghostpress and spyshelter is good softs.

Comodo has Hips and Spyshelter has Hips too. One should be disabled. For instance, just use the keylogger part of Spyshelter premium or Silent.
 
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Nevi

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Comodo has Hips and Spyshelter has Hips too. One should be disabled. For instance, just use the keylogger part of Spyshelter.
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I dont use it, I didn't know there was a HIPS in Spyshelter. Then Ghostpress would probably be better. Thanks.
 
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Chri.Mi

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K guys thk for the help... i have chosen the software to use... if u wanna continue to suggest i will take in consideration others softwares.
 
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