Evjl's Rain's security config

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Dec 31, 1969
Windows Edition
Home
Primary sign-in
Primary user
Security updates
Off
Windows UAC
Off - never notify
Real-time protection
Avast Premier (HM aggressive), Voodooshield Pro, Shadow Defender
Software firewall
Provided by a third-party security vendor. Refer to 'Real-time protection' for details.
Malware testing
Periodic security scanners
Zemana portable, herdProtect, Emsisoft EK, VirusTotal Uploader, Hitman Pro
Browsers, Search and Addons
Google Chrome x64, uBlock Origin, Avira Browser Safety, Popup Blocker (strict), Checker Plus for Gmail™, h264ify, Violentmoney, VTchromizer, uBlock Origin Extra, GIFUR
Maintenance and Cleaning
CCleaner (CCenhancer-ed), Privazer, DiskMax, Spybot Anti-beacon, O&O ShutUp, Everything
Personal Files & Photos backup
Windows built-in
Personal backup routine
Device recovery & backup
Norton Ghost (Hirenboot CD)
Device backup routine
Computer specs
https://malwaretips.com/threads/rains-laptop.61841/

Evjl's Rain

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"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