Danger epaaeiz Security Config 2019

Last updated
Jan 19, 2019
Windows Edition
Security updates
Block all updates
User Access Control
Notify me only when programs try to make changes to my computer
Real-time security
F-Secure Safe
Firewall security
Microsoft Defender Firewall
Periodic malware scanners
Malware sample testing
I do not participate in malware testing
Browser(s) and extensions
Hoxx VPN, Adguard ADblocker, Netcraft Extension, Popup Blocker, Block Coin Miners,
Maintenance tools
File and Photo backup
System recovery
Risk factors
    • Browsing to popular websites
    • Streaming audio/video content from shady sites
    • Browsing to unknown / untrusted / shady sites
    • Working from home
    • Streaming audio/video content from trusted sites or paid subscriptions
Computer specs
Notes by Staff Team
  1. This setup configuration may put you and your device at risk!
    We do not recommend that other members use this setup. We cannot be held responsible for problems that may occur to your device by using this security setup.

  2. This setup configuration does not have a backup plan. We strongly recommend to add a backup solution for your data so that you can restore it in the case of an emergency.
    Backing up allows the recovery of data that has been lost due of a malware attack (eg. ransomware) or a hard disk crash. In such events you might lose family photos, your music collection, documents, or financial data. Backups are fast and simple to perform so it should be done on a regular basis.


Level 3
Thread author
Nov 25, 2012
This is my Computer Security Configuration.


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Level 35
Top Poster
Jul 6, 2017
Greetings -, Friend, there are several things you should do... such as security updates enable
Another thing is to have a backup program, for example Macrium Reflect free.
Another is SUPERAntiSpyware is already a bit out of use, but I recommend Zemana, Emsisoft Kit or Norton Power Eraser for on-demand scanning.
Thank you for sharing.:giggle:


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