King Mellow's Layered Security 2016

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Dec 31, 1969
Windows Edition
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Windows UAC
Always notify
Always-on protection
Emsisoft Internet Security | SecureAPlus | AppGuard | KeyScrambler Premium | AdGuard Premium | Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit | McShield Anti-Malware | Unchecky |
Firewall
Third-party App Firewall. (Details shared below)
Malware testing
No malware samples
Periodic scanning
Zemana AntiLogger | Malwarebytes Anti-Malware | HitmanPro | Crystal Security |
Browsers and Extensions
Google Chrome - AdGuard | HTTPS Everywhere | BitDefender TrafficLight | WOT | LastPass | Stealth Mode | ZenMate (On-Demand) |
Mozilla Firefox - AdGuard | HTTPS Everywhere | BitDefender TrafficLight | LastPass | ZenMate (On-Demand) |
Utilities for Maintenance
CCleaner | Wise Care 365 | Revo Uninstaller Pro | Auslogics Disk Defrag | Kerish Doctor |
Files & Photos backup
None
Files & Photos backup routine
Emergency recovery plan
Windows Backup and Restore | AOMEI Backupper |
Integrity of recovery plan

King Alpha

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Update:

Added: Unchecky, Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector and McAfee Stinger
Removed: EaseUS ToDo Backup

I'm thinking of adding EMET 4.1
 

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Don't forget to remove the background service, when you no longer require McAfee Stinger.

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Ink

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It's not, keep it if you're using Stinger.

Since it's a run on-demand software, there's no uninstall entry in Programs and Features, and deleting the executable may not remove the service. I'm just letting you know about it.

It's supported, so you can optionally install EMET 4.1 on Windows 8.1.
 

King Alpha

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Do they also leave their background services even you deleted their exes just like McAfee stinger, as you've said awhile ago.
 

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Update:

Removed: ESET NOD32 Antivirus - Windows update issues.

I will try out avast free or CIS soon, but for now I'll stick with Windows Defender - Does a fine job and is light in resources. :) Any suggestions are welcome. :D
 

King Alpha

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Funny how you're having issues with 3rd party security products, but none with Windows Defender. :D
Haha I should've listened to you sir. lol

Try avast! free & configure it, it offers very good protection.
Add Avira Browser Safety - Very awesome web-blocking.
I'll probably try Avira Browser Safety now. Thanks man!
 
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