CyberGhosT's Sig-Free Config

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  1. _CyberGhosT_

    _CyberGhosT_ Level 52
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    I know right, but I didnt say anything ;)
     
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  2. shmu26

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    no problem, and thanks for sharing your ideas
     
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    No worries brother :)
     
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  4. shmu26

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    I was the one who mentioned Avast. Do you measure the disk usage by I/O? The Avast service does look like it has high I/O. Do you think that impacts performance?

    CG, sorry for hijacking your thread. Should I start a different thread, or switch to PM?
     
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    You didn't hijack anything, feel free to speak freely here on my page brother ;)
     
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  6. Nice config :) This is the longest config thread I've ever seen too :D
     
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    Its because I test a large amount of "lite" configs and I keep mine honest and updated.
    I wanted to show an honest evolution to a solid config with configs I tested weather they fail or succeed ;)
     
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  8. Awesome :) I'm not sure if you'll mind me asking but would you recommend using Linux over Windows because I may consider switching or using a Dual boot config soon? Sorry to ask in your config thread - I can start a PM if you'd like :) Also just going Offline now but will check your response later :cool:
     
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    Your fine to speak freely here brother, i love Linux and its nature I would recommend
    it over Windows, its just hard to go full time till all game clients are on board.
    If I wasn't a gamer I would be on Linux full time no doubt.
    Thanks for asking brother ;)
     
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  10. Yeah that's what I'm worried about because I am also a heavy gamer - I rely on Uplay, Steam, Origin & Battlenet to play my games - not sure how many of my games will run in Wine.
     
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    Some will , most wont, and those that will you have to be careful I have seen ban errors galore originating from Wine.
    I am also a long time member of ACI (Anti Cheat Inc.)
     
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    If it scores high in the tests, this is going to put some software vendors on notice ;)
     
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    Hey bro. I see you've dropped Voodooshield. Can I ask why?
     
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    Its just sleeping, I have it and W.A.R disabled while I test this HMPA & AppCheck config.
    you and I both know I would never uninstall VS ;)
    I have a 50yr key I have to try to out live :(
     
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    Phew! You had me worried that you'd forsaken VS. I too have a 50yr key so in the same boat brother.
    I see you're running the Pro version of Appcheck. Is that a trial version?
     
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    Trial Version Mark
     
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    Only thing I can suggest is adding HTTPS Everywhere to your browser extensions. :)
     
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    Thank you very much for that kind suggestion Crypto.
    I am utilizing AdGuard Paid (system wide) and HMPA
    both provide plenty of protection for my surfing habits
    and I also incorporate NoScript/Umatrix so I am more than protected.
    I don't like weighing down my Gaming PC or Browser any more than necessary.
    I use NoScript but when it is acting up I employ Umatrix that a member here was kind
    enough to turn me on to.
    PeAcE
     
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    All HTTPS Everywhere does is enforce HTTPS on sites that have it but do not have it forced themselves, it is a distinctly viable security extension that you should really consider adding. It doesn't weigh down your computer or browser more than anything else in its current state.
     
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