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Windows Edition
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Build
always latest
System Architecture
64-bit OS
Security Updates
Disabled - No security or feature updates
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Never Notify
Firewall
3rd-party Firewall - Network security provided by a trusted vendor
Device Security
Windows Defender SmartScreen (Windows 10)
User Account
Recent Security Incidents
No malware or privacy issues
Malware Testing
Malware on a secure VM - Full Network and File isolation
Real-time Web & Malware Protection
Avast Premier (HM aggressive), Voodooshield Pro, Shadow Defender
Custom Settings For Real-Time Protection
Virus and Malware Removal Tools
Zemana portable, herdProtect, Emsisoft EK, VirusTotal Uploader, Hitman Pro
Browsers and Extensions
Google Chrome x64, uBlock Origin, Avira Browser Safety, Popup Blocker (strict), Checker Plus for Gmail™, h264ify, Violentmoney, VTchromizer, uBlock Origin Extra, GIFUR
Web Privacy
ublock origin with adguard malware filters and some other malware filters
Password Management
no
Default Web Search
Google
System Utilities
CCleaner (CCenhancer-ed), Privazer, DiskMax, Spybot Anti-beacon, O&O ShutUp, Everything
Data Backup
Windows built-in
Frequency of Data backups
System Backup
Norton Ghost (Hirenboot CD)
Frequency of System backups
Occasionally
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Evjl's Rain

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Messages
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Operating System
Windows 8.1
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Avast
"Unsafe"? Are you referring to malware?... Why risk it at all, you know data theft can still occur within Shadow Defender? Use a VM!
not malwares, I meant some "safe" apps which are probably injected some malicious codes. VS shows some VT detections but I'm not sure about their safety

at that time, I didn't have a VM, now I have one so that won't happen again :)
 
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not malwares, I meant some "safe" apps which are probably injected some malicious codes. VS shows some VT detections but I'm not sure about their safety
I'm still a bit confused but injecting code is malicious, the exception is when it's done for a non-malicious purpose (e.g. AV software do it but not to harm you, but for the opposite purpose). Code injection can lead to data theft too, since then the information within text controls can be stolen (for example).

But no problem because you said you use a VM now anyway so it's ok if I misunderstood