Most recent changes
Jul 12, 2018
Operating System
Windows 7 SP1
Windows Edition
Home
System type
32-bit OS
Security Updates
Automatic with Deferred upgrades - Security updates only
User Access Control
Always Notify - For App installs, Modify system & User settings
Device Firewall
Windows Firewall - Network security provided by Microsoft
Device Security
Not applicable (Windows 7, Vista)
User Account
Administrator - User has complete control over the device
Recent Security Incidents
No malware or privacy issues
Malware Testing
None - No Malware on host PC or VM
Real-time Web & Malware Protection
BitDefender Free
Security Protection settings
Custom - Minor changes for Better Performance
Virus and Malware Removal Tools
IObit AdvancedSystemCare Ultimate
Emisisoft Emergency Kit (EEK)
Browsers and Extensions
- Opera Portable -
Nano Defender
Nano AdBlocker
Ghostery
HTTPS Everywhere
JustBlock Security

- Chrome -
Nano Defender
Nano AdBlocker
Ghostery
HTTPS Everywhere
JustBlock Security
Web Privacy
Nano Defender
Nano AdBlocker
HTTPS Everywhere
Ghostery
Default Web Search
DuckDuckGo
System Utilities collection
IObit Advanced SystemCare Pro
IObit Uninstaller 8 Beta
CCleaner
Easy Service Optimizer
Data Backup
Manual (Copy & Paste)
Frequency of Data backups
Monthly
System Backup
With Windows Build in Tools
Frequency of System backups
Occasionally

Moonhorse

Level 19
Content Creator
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Joined
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Messages
930
OS
Windows 10
Antivirus
Microsoft
#2
Thanks for sharing, never heard that iobit has own antivirus :eek:

Anyway you could add DNS like Norton or Neustar

Https everywhere is kinda useless

I dont know how stable extensions are if you install them from chrome web store to opera, but i would switch ghostery away its just doing same things as nano does

Like going for tunnelbear + nano defender ( over nanoblocker) > privacy possum > privacy badger > ghostery

You barely benefit from ghostery right now

Check this thread; post #152 from evjl rain for nano adblocker settings
Q&A - [Updated 7/6/2018] Browser extension comparison: Malwares and Phishings
 

Question

Level 3
Verified
Joined
Jun 22, 2018
Messages
137
OS
Windows 10
Antivirus
Avast
#3
Thanks for sharing, never heard that iobit has own antivirus :eek:

Anyway you could add DNS like Norton or Neustar

Https everywhere is kinda useless

I dont know how stable extensions are if you install them from chrome web store to opera, but i would switch ghostery away its just doing same things as nano does

Like going for tunnelbear + nano defender ( over nanoblocker) > privacy possum > privacy badger > ghostery

You barely benefit from ghostery right now

Check this thread; post #152 from evjl rain for nano adblocker settings
Q&A - [Updated 7/6/2018] Browser extension comparison: Malwares and Phishings
Ok, thanks for your feedback!
 
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JM Security

Level 31
Verified
Joined
Apr 12, 2015
Messages
2,038
#4
Iobit as on-demand scanner? Not a good idea. Add EEK and NPE instead.

Add Sandboxie Free (and use it while browsing to have more protection).

Thanks for sharing.
 
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