mehdi.n New Config

Windows Edition
User Access Control
Notify me only when programs try to make changes to my computer
Real-time security
Emsisoft Internet Security 11
Firewall security
Periodic malware scanners
Zemana AntiMalware,herdProtect
Malware sample testing
I do not participate in malware testing
Browser(s) and extensions
Google Chrome (64-bit), LastPass,uBlock Origin,Block image
,Click&Clean,SimpleExtManager,Amazon Quick Search,IP-Address,WOT,Speed Dial [FVD],EverSync,DotVPN ,Hotspot Shield,SingleFile,SingleFile Core...etc
Maintenance tools
CCleaner,Process Lasso
File and Photo backup
Acronis True Image 2016
System recovery
Acronis True Image 2016


Level 1
Thread author
Mar 24, 2015
(Additional Software)

File Management: Everything
Hash Calculator: MultiHasher
Video Player/Audio: Potplayer-64 Bits
Overclocking: XTU,Unigine Valley
Data CD/DVD Burning/Virtual CD/DVD: Ashampoo Burning Studio 2016,WinCDEmu
System Info: CPUID HWMonitor
Hard Disk Utility: O&O Defrag Pro,Samsung Magician
Uninstallers: Revo Uninstaller Pro
Internet Radio/TV Player: DVB Dream
screen capture: Snagit
privacy protection: Shadow Defender
Virtual Machine: VirtualBox
Remote Desktop: TeamViewer
Windows Updates Downloader: Windows Update MiniTool
Cloud storage: Google Drive
BitTorrent client: Tixati
USB Manager: USB Safely Remove
Download Managers: Internet Download Manager
Instant Messaging: Skype,Telegram,Instagram
Changing DNS: QuickSetDNS

This is my config :)
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Just a suggestion...

If you actively test malwares, then it would be best to have a good firewall or at the very least outbound connect notifications.

Some malwares will be able to disable UAC and Windows firewall.

If you wish to continue using WFw, then GlassWire (free) will be a decent choice - especially easy to use when observing malware. There is guide here at MT under Other Security Software subforum. I use it all the time.

There is BiniSoft's Windows Firewall Control also. It is easy to use and highly configurable; provides outbound notifications. $10 for Lifetime license; unlimited installs. I use this as well.

There is TinyWall (free) as well, but not optimal for malware testing.


Level 85
Honorary Member
Mar 15, 2011
Good configuration, no problems as you have Vmware + Shadow Defender for testing as long be careful on what you are doing. ;)

Optional suggestion: Upon you want to store passwords or other sensitive information then add Lastpass or others.

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