Latest changes
Aug 21, 2018
Windows Edition
Pro
System type
64-bit operating system; x64-based processor
Update and Security
Allow automatic security updates and manual feature updates
User Access Control
Always notify
Firewall and Network protection
Provided by a third-party security vendor
User permissions
Administrator account
User account
Malware exposure
No malware samples are downloaded
Real-time Malware protection
Comodo Firewall & Netcraft
Periodic scanners
CCE w/ Killswitch, Zemana Antimalware, Norton Power Eraser & Emsisoft Emergency Kit
Browser and Extensions
Browser: Opera (latest version) (default browser)
Extensions: Nano Blocker & Defender, SingleClick Cleaner, Cookie Autodelete, Random User-Agent, Privacy Possum, CSS Exfil Protection, Auto History Wipe, Netcraft, Script Defender & i don't care about cookies.

Browser: Comodo Ice Dragon
Extensions: Scriptsafe, uBlock Origin, ClearURLs, Behind The Overlay, Netcraft, Cookie Autodelete, Random User-Agent, Trace, Decentraleyes & CanvasBlocker

Browser: Firefox Quantum (not on current system)
Extensions: NoScript, Decentraleyes, Cookie Auto Delete, Trace, uBlock Origin, IDN Safe, CSS Exfil Protection, ClearURLs, Skip Redirect, Smart Referer, Malwarebytes, BehindTheOverlay, Ghostery, Keyboard Privacy, CanvasBlocker, Netcraft & Random User Agent
Privacy tools and VPN
Nano Blocker & Defender, Decentraleyes, Cookie Auto Delete, IBM-backed Quad9 DNS , uBlock Origin, IDN Safe, Trace, ClearURLs & other web extensions
Password manager
None.
Search engine
DuckDuckGo
Maintenance tools
O&OShutup 10, Defraggler, RevoUninstaller, SysHardener 1.5 (Evjl Rain settings) for additional system security and lockdown, procexp, Windscribe VPN Free 15GB plan, VLC Media Player, OpenOffice, 7zip, Virtual DJ Pro, CDBurnerXP, AOMEI Backupper Standard, Bleachbit, PrivaZer & Wise Care 365
Photos and Files backup
AOMEI Backupper Standard
File Backup schedule
Once or multiple times per week
Backup and Restore
AOMEI Backupper Standard
Backup schedule
Once or more per week

LDogg

Level 31
Verified
jQuery is used on about 72% of websites, the extension goes as far as including libraries that have a market share of less than 0,1%.

List of CDNs Decentraleyes can block: Usage Statistics and Market Share of JavaScript Content Delivery Networks for Websites, July 2018

Simple intro to Decentraleyes: Simple introduction · Wiki · Thomas Rientjes / decentraleyes · GitLab

From a Decentraleyes author "In case a required resource isn't locally available, Decentraleyes helps by stripping sensitive data from the outgoing request."

Hope this clears a few things for Decentraleyes :p

Would you like me to include the .txt rules for uBlock Origin for you, or you ok? @Moonhorse

~LDogg
 

Moonhorse

Level 28
Verified
Content Creator
@LDogg i just use default mode on allowed, i think thats enough privacy for me. I just use scripsafe to block out some annoyances because i find its easier with scriptsafe than ublock origin to do that. For me its too much headache to run default mode on block

I have installed decentraleyes back and allowed jQuery from now, tho
 

LDogg

Level 31
Verified
Updated: 31/07/2018

Added lists to uBlock Origin:
- Phishtank
- Adversity
- Openphish
- Adguard Base Filter

Added some rules to uBlock.
Added some personal filters to uBlock

Screenshots of filter lists I'm using:

What do you think @Evjl's Rain

ublock custom 2.png
ublock custom.png
:
~LDogg
 

Evjl's Rain

Level 45
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Malware Hunter
I think extra phishing filters are not needed
your browser and AV can handle them just fine. You can also identify phishing yourself so it's a waste of resource, IMO
phishing links die quickly
 

LDogg

Level 31
Verified
I think extra phishing filters are not needed
your browser ans AV can handle them just fine. You can also identify phishing yourself so it's a waste of resource, IMO
phishing links die quickly
Thank you for your feedback. I'll probably keep Phishtank as it's updated every hour. I'll get rid of OpenPhish.

~LDogg
 

Moonhorse

Level 28
Verified
Content Creator
Yup those phishing filters arent needed with google safe browsing enabled + malwarebytes extension is good enough

Advanced user can just use password vault and see site verification to see is site real or not

Theres plenty of viewbotters on twitch.tv that advertise their phishing sites...been trying them for fun and google safe browsing blocks them each time

ps. its not much of wasted resources to have those filters since you have only 300k filters
 

Evjl's Rain

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Thank you for your feedback. I'll probably keep Phishtank as it's updated every hour. I'll get rid of OpenPhish.

~LDogg
just use openphish, it's small and sufficient enough
phishtank is overkill. You don't get phishing everyday

the best against phishing is netcraft but it's up to you
IMO google safe browsing is quite strong against phishing
 

LDogg

Level 31
Verified
Yup those phishing filters arent needed with google safe browsing enabled + malwarebytes extension is good enough

Advanced user can just use password vault and see site verification to see is site real or not

Theres plenty of viewbotters on twitch.tv that advertise their phishing sites...been trying them for fun and google safe browsing blocks them each time
I have Google Safe Browsing Malware/Phishing disabled in about:config for privacy reasons, which is why I added both filters.

I'll test with filters on, probably will be reinstalling Netcraft again (LOL). Then I may remove Phishtank as well.

Thank you again @Moonhorse & @Evjl's Rain for the feedback.

~LDogg
 
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Evjl's Rain

Level 45
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1 thing: I believe the phishtank list is not compatible with ublock
I downloaded and opened it, the format is not readable for ublock

you can test by open the first link in the list, if it works, it works, if it doesn't work, you should remove it
openphish list is working
 

Moonhorse

Level 28
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Content Creator
30mb of memory for netcraft is nothing, you can have plenty of extensions this day without any problems in performance with current tech we have

3m filters in ublock is paranoid seriously, but malwarebytes + netcraft is fine if you feel so.

Were all humans after all, everyone makes mistakes.. its up to you.. but better be safe than sorry
 

LDogg

Level 31
Verified
1 thing: I believe the phishtank list is not compatible with ublock
I downloaded and opened it, the format is not readable for ublock

you can test by open the first link in the list, if it works, it works, if it doesn't work, you should remove it
openphish list is working
I was able to add Phishtank by simply clicking Import and pasting the link inside. Then clicking apply Worked there after & the list came up. D:

~LDogg
 

LDogg

Level 31
Verified
Definitely working & updating @Evjl's Rain . My last screenshot states "28,532 used out of 28,532".

Have a look now. Seems to be working.

Edit: will test this list out, but will be removing after. I feel like Netcraft is enough.

~LDogg
 

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Evjl's Rain

Level 45
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Definitely working & updating @Evjl's Rain . My last screenshot states "28,532 used out of 28,532".

Have a look now. Seems to be working.

Edit: will test this list out, but will be removing after. I feel like Netcraft is enough.

~LDogg
no that's not what I mean, you can add the filter to ublock but ublock won't understand the format => not blocking anything
 

LDogg

Level 31
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none of the formats on phishtank will work with ublock that's why there is no phishtank list on filterlists.com
you need to covert it before use => too much work, no one cares
they don't allow us to abuse the filters for everyday use
I tried that also. I certainly will not bother. After testing today with Netcraft I'm definitely not tinkering with any other XSS or Phishing filter list/extensions.

~LDogg
 

Bill K

Level 4
I tried that also. I certainly will not bother. After testing today with Netcraft I'm definitely not tinkering with any other XSS or Phishing filter list/extensions.

~LDogg
After seeing your strong endorsement of Netcraft I just added the extension to my installation of Chrome, thanks very much! :)
 
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