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Discussion in 'Tutorials & Guides' started by Umbra, Mar 13, 2014.
IMHO Just common sense. Then always have a back up image of your OS ready.
^_^ you knew sir i want to learn, those AV that i mentioned, I used them based on what i've read and tested it. but im using Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and AVAST. ^_^
Except that Malwarebytes is an Antimalware and not an Antivirus, so there's nothing wrong with running that setup.
I want to learn about viruses and malwares, but for now i used Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and AVAST for my protection...
Well there's nothing wrong with that as I said. But this tutorial don't really apply to you since you're using an Antivirus and an Antimalware together and not two Antiviruses.
i know, just making a comment with sir donetao... but i used AVAST and AVG.
They are both Anti-Virus and should not be running in real time. That can cause a lot of problems for you. You need to uninstall one of them.
I suggest uninstalling AVG.
Im using AVST and Malwarebytes Anti-Malware right now sir, finished testing using 2 AV..
Avast and Malwarebytes Anti-Malware get along just fine. You want a little more protection you can add WOT to your browsers
Are you using a wireless router?
I'll definitely keep this, no im not using wireless router. but i think i can use it soon. thank you for this!!
After reading this I was thinking of installing Kaspersky and Bitdefender together. lol such powerful combo XDD
But the problem is firstly Kaspersky's protection modules setup is very sophisticated and,
Most annoyingly BOTH programs have complex driver code injection into the system as well as the registry so I will expect a very hard testing process in my Virtual Machine which is kinda a waste of time.
Pls don't blame my naivety if you think my post is idiotic.
(I know hardly anyone will prefer this combo)