Advanced Plus Security LDogg Security Config 2020

Last updated
Apr 30, 2020
Personal, primary device
Desktop OS
Windows 10
Login security
    • Password (Aa-Zz, 0-9, Symbols)
Primary sign-in
Local account
Primary user
Standard user - Limited permissions
Security updates
Automatic - allow all types of updates
Windows UAC
Maximum - always notify
Real-time protection
Web browser:
  • Kaspersky Extension
  • Bitdefender Trafficlight (Firefox)

    Native System:

  • (Primary) Kaspersky Cloud Free 2021
  • (Secondary - Came with software) Wise Care 365/Kerish Doctor
  • (Firewall) Tinywall w/ Syshardener settings
  • WhitelistCloud Free
Software firewall
Provided by a third-party security vendor. Refer to 'Real-time protection' for details.
Custom RTP, Firewall and OS settings
Malware testing
Periodic security scanners
  • CCE (Comodo)
  • Malwarebyte Anti-Malware Free
  • Roguekiller AntiMalware
  • Norton Power Eraser
Browsers, Search and Addons
Firefox Extensions:

  • ClearURLs
  • Decentraleyes
  • CanvasBlocker
  • CookieAutoDelete
  • Clear Cache
  • Adguard
  • Bitwarden
  • secret extension i can't say
  • Kaspersky/Bitdefender security software

Brave Browser:
  • Built-in adblocker
  • other secret extension I cannot say
  • Bitwarden
Maintenance and Cleaning
  • Windscribe VPN: Lifetime subscription
  • Vuze
  • Authy Desktop
  • Kerish Doctor
  • Wise 365
  • Virtual DJ
  • NVT Connections Viewer
  • WPD
  • 7-Zip
  • CDBurnerXP
  • Bluestacks
  • Revo Uninstaller
  • Syshardener
  • Run by Smartscreen (Andy Ful)
  • SUMo Pro (lifetime license)
  • WhitelistCloud Free
Personal Files & Photos backup
  • Aomei Backupper
Personal backup routine
Manual (maintained by self)
Device recovery & backup
  • Aomei Backupper
Device backup routine
Manual (maintained by self)
PC activity
  1. Browsing the web. 
  2. Banking. 
  3. Malware samples. 
Computer specs
  • N/A
Personal changelog
N/A see reply on post.


Staff member
Malware Hunter
Apr 28, 2015
Release resources is not there anymore?
Yes, it not there any more...


Search for rootkits setting is not there anymore?


Changed of name and place ;)


Level 33
Thread author
Top poster
May 4, 2018
That 95 mb is the not the actual memory used by Kaspersky. Kaspersky also use around 200 mb or more in general. The value can increase or decrease based on the tasks it performs. Use something like Process Explorer/Process Hacker to check the actual memory usage but probably the best one with proper explanation is the built in "Resource Monitor". Kaspersky and Windows Defender's ram usage is quite similar on average and 200 mb by no means is a lot.
When Kaspersky is idle for me, it floats around to 45.6mb. When performing a task, highest I've it go is 95MB currently.