CyberGhosT's Sig-Free Config

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Dec 31, 1969
Operating System
Windows 10
Windows Edition
Pro
Build
1607 (14393.693)
System type
64-bit OS
Security Updates
Automatic Updates - All security and feature updates
User Access Control
Default - For App installs & Modify system settings
Device Firewall
Windows Firewall - Network security provided by Microsoft
Device Security
Windows Defender SmartScreen
User Account
Recent Security Issues
Not in a long time
Security Testing with Malware
No - Malware is avoided where possible
Real-time Web & Malware Protection
VooDooShield 3.51
HitManPro.Alert 3.6.6-586
Windows Firewall Control 4.9.2.0
DeepArmor v36 (ever lurking)
Security Protection settings
Virus and Malware Removal Tools
HitMan Pro (Premium)
Browsers and Extensions
*Main Browser= FireFox
NoScript
AdGuard DNS
AdGuard Premium
LastPass
*Backup Browser= Edge
AdGuard DNS
AdGuagd Premium
Ublock
LastPass
Web Privacy
AdGuard Premium / NoScript
Password Management
LastPass
Default Web Search
DuckDuck Go / DuckDuck Go Homepage
System Utilities collection
Kerish Dr. (Premium)
Ccleaner (Lifetime) (browser cleaning only)
Personal data Backup
Macrium Reflect Home (Premium) Cloning
Intervals between Personal data backups
Disk Imaging Backup
Reflect Home (Premium)
Intervals between System Image backups
Occasionally

_CyberGhosT_

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#1
WARNING = If you don't practice safe browsing & safe clicking habits this config for Windows 10 may not suit your needs, emulate with caution
NOTICE = My default OS is Linux Mint Cinnamon
Firewall: FireJail
AV: Sophos
Browser: Firefox w/ NoScript, WebRTC, AdGuard (Premium), & LastPass
DNS: Custom DNS Servers= AdGuard DNS
Encryption: Encrypted Drive & Home folder
Account: Local Account (non root)
Backups: Lucky Backup
 
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Exterminator

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#2
Consider using MBAM Premium as an on demand scanner only BTS is enough for real time protection.
You could also add an additional on demand scanner such as ESET Online Scanner
CCleaner or Privazer if not already installed
Some type of backup solution
If only for testing and you have another machine then you probably don't need all the above
 

_CyberGhosT_

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#3
Thanks for the feedback,
On my Main machine and Test I do use Ccleaner Pro from Piriform, I just didnt list it.
I tried Glary and no auto cleaning for the browser.
Norton Utilities has an extensive tool I like but again no auto cleaning option for browser.
I have also found that another tool that is a must have for "cleaning or Uninstalling" is Revo Uninstaller Pro. PeAcE
 

jamescv7

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#4
Good configuration, well better conduct system image of a clean state issue free system so if any application are causes the issue, you can revert back easily as possible.

Likely if you have enough resources then you may conduct on virtual machine with the OS you want to test of programs. ;)
 

JM Security

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#10
Hi it is a good config, follow the other suggestions, they are very precious.
In addition you can add a second browser and Collusion extension, which allows you to know which sites are tracking you!
Then you can also add cyscon Phishing Protection, an extension avalaible for Firefox and Firefox-based browsers, which allows you to have a protection also against phishing and malicious sites!

Thanks for sharing it ;)
 

_CyberGhosT_

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#11
I am using BitDefender traffic light for the website tracking info, never heard of Cyscon would you recommend it over Malwarebytes Anti Exploit Jo Man ?
If so I may give it a look see.

EDIT:
I gave it a peek (Cyscon), and I feel that utilizing Adguard (paid) as well as Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit Premium (for me) is sufficient, remember layering too much software can actually have an adverse effect.
PeAcE
 
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JM Security

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I am using BitDefender traffic light for the website tracking info, never heard of Cyscon would you recommend it over Malwarebytes Anti Exploit Jo Man ?
If so I may give it a look see.

EDIT:
I gave it a peek (Cyscon), and I feel that utilizing Adguard (paid) as well as Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit Premium (for me) is sufficient, remember layering too much software can actually have an adverse effect.
PeAcE
Ok bro, yes I think that Malware Anti-exploit is sufficient, BitDefender Traffic Light is nice for tracking protection ;)
 

_CyberGhosT_

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#20
Ad Guard is a good option but it takes lot of CPU Usage.Other hand uBlock Origin is free and much better product. View attachment 97611
PC usage is not an issue for me as I'm on a custom built DigitalStorm Gaming system.
I do appreciate the heads up and advice though Mihir :)
I also have a lifetime license so unless it starts failing me I won't be switching anytime soon.
I have heard nothing but good things about uBlock Origin though from users here and if a time to switch does come, I think it would be a smart choice.
PeAcE