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Dec 22, 2019
Windows Edition
Home
OS version
1909
System type
64-bit operating system; x64-based processor
Security updates
Automatically allow security and feature updates
Windows UAC
Always notify
Firewall protection
Microsoft Defender Firewall
Account privileges
Administrator account
Account type
Sign in with associated Apple ID
Account log-in
  1. Account Password
Exposure to malware
No malware samples are downloaded
Real-time Malware protection
Windows Defender - Hardened via configure_defender -
EXE Radar Pro v4 Beta
McAfee Real Protect
RTP configuration
WD tweaked to the MAX settings, but controlled folder access is disabled
Periodic scanners
HitmanPro, Norton Power Eraser
Browser and Add-ons
Ublock Origin, Popup blocker strict.
Privacy tools and VPN
Neustar DNS
Password manager
Brain
Search engine
Duckduckgo, Google
Maintenance tools
Revo Uninstaller Free
Photos and Files backup
None. I don't have important documents on my pc.
File Backup schedule
No data backups
Backup and Restore
None
Backup schedule
No system backups
Computer Activity
  1. Browsing the web and checking emails
  2. Regularly installing new software every week
  3. Streaming movies, TV shows and music from the Internet
  4. Shared computer is used by other family members
Computer Specifications
R5 1600
16 GB 2666 MHz RAM
GTX 1060 6G Strix
WD 1 TB Blue
Staff notes
  1. This setup may cause performance issues, system instability or conflicts between programs, and can hinder the effectiveness of all installed antivirus products.

stefanos

Level 28
Verified
360TS with voodooshield is very secure combo. 360 extesion is good only for the banking mode. For malware or phishing protection is useless . Υou can use Emsisoft Browser Security for web protection. And for extra phishing protection Netcraft. Backup program is necessery for your protection. You can use AOMEI OneKey Recovery 1.6.2. Is very simple and is realy one click. You not need time or many work. Thanks for sharing.
 

LDogg

Level 32
Verified
Only 3/4 layers are covered:
  • Firewall: Native
  • Web Browser: Nano Adblocker & Emsisoft
  • Realtime & other: OSA, VDS & Qihoo TS

My advice
  • Add a backup solution such as Macrium Reflect or EaseUS ToDo Backup
  • I believe OSA isn't needed, you have sufficiernt protection with VDS & Qihoo
  • In Nano Adblocker setting you can enable Nano Defender integration, just press from the first drop down menu for filterlists
  • Utilise Tinywall or Malwarebytes Firewall Control to have better all round security and control of Window Firewall
  • Add Syshardener to harden your OS and adding Firewall rules as well

Thanks for sharing!

~LDogg
 

Nagisa

Level 4
Verified
Only 3/4 layers are covered:
  • Firewall: Native
  • Web Browser: Nano Adblocker & Emsisoft
  • Realtime & other: OSA, VDS & Qihoo TS
My advice
  • Add a backup solution such as Macrium Reflect or EaseUS ToDo Backup
  • I believe OSA isn't needed, you have sufficiernt protection with VDS & Qihoo
  • In Nano Adblocker setting you can enable Nano Defender integration, just press from the first drop down menu for filterlists
  • Utilise Tinywall or Malwarebytes Firewall Control to have better all round security and control of Window Firewall
  • Add Syshardener to harden your OS and adding Firewall rules as well
Thanks for sharing!

~LDogg

- I thought that the OSArmor would be nice to prevent potential exploit attacks. What if a legit program be exploited and be used to do bad things? Can VDS catch these type of attacks? It's maybe an extreme situation but this program is just too light to not to be installed on my machine.

- I had already enabled the nano defender integration. I have just changed my adblocker addon, though.

- It's good to you remind me. I had used tinywall once before and I had like it. I'm installing it again.

- I had already tweaked my system with SysHardener, I may forgot to add it to list.

- I installed Aomei OneKey recovery. Isn't it good?
 

Nagisa

Level 4
Verified
Changes:

  • Removed: Nano Adblocker
  • Added: Adguard Adblocker
  • Added: Privacy Badger
  • Removed: HTTPS everywhere
  • Added: Tinywall
Despite that there is a Firewall option on the 360TSE, it doesn't let me change any of its settings. I don't know if it really works, should I disable it from there?
 
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LDogg

Level 32
Verified
- I thought that the OSArmor would be nice to prevent potential exploit attacks. What if a legit program be exploited and be used to do bad things? Can VDS catch these type of attacks? It's maybe an extreme situation but this program is just too light to not to be installed on my machine.

- I had already enabled the nano defender integration. I have just changed my adblocker addon, though.

- It's good to you remind me. I had used tinywall once before and I had like it. I'm installing it again.

- I had already tweaked my system with SysHardener, I may forgot to add it to list.

- I installed Aomei OneKey recovery. Isn't it good?
- It is your config at the end of the day, oneself is just giving you advice :p, if you wish to keep you can, even for me if somethings light, if it's not needed and something else is covering that attack vector, then it may not be viable to install. It is up to you however.

- Such a good Firewall complient for WF

- Fair enough

- This is good enough, just I didn't see any Data Backup solution hence why I added that down, sorry for the confusion on that

~LDogg
 

stefanos

Level 28
Verified
- I thought that the OSArmor would be nice to prevent potential exploit attacks. What if a legit program be exploited and be used to do bad things? Can VDS catch these type of attacks? It's maybe an extreme situation but this program is just too light to not to be installed on my machine.

- I had already enabled the nano defender integration. I have just changed my adblocker addon, though.

- It's good to you remind me. I had used tinywall once before and I had like it. I'm installing it again.

- I had already tweaked my system with SysHardener, I may forgot to add it to list.

- I installed Aomei OneKey recovery. Isn't it good?
onekey recovery is perfect tool. You have backup system and data to your disk
 

stefanos

Level 28
Verified
- I thought that the OSArmor would be nice to prevent potential exploit attacks. What if a legit program be exploited and be used to do bad things? Can VDS catch these type of attacks? It's maybe an extreme situation but this program is just too light to not to be installed on my machine.

- I had already enabled the nano defender integration. I have just changed my adblocker addon, though.

- It's good to you remind me. I had used tinywall once before and I had like it. I'm installing it again.

- I had already tweaked my system with SysHardener, I may forgot to add it to list.

- I installed Aomei OneKey recovery. Isn't it good?
360TS with syshardener and voodooshield is one super secure combo. You not need anything else.
 

shmu26

Level 85
Verified
Trusted
Content Creator
I thought that the OSArmor would be nice to prevent potential exploit attacks. What if a legit program be exploited and be used to do bad things? Can VDS catch these type of attacks?
Voodooshield is good at post-exploit protection. Besides monitoring lol bins, it also has a dedicated module for monitoring child processes of exploitable apps. If you have the paid version of VS, you can add your own apps to the list, although the list is already pretty long.
Active beta testers who participate in the official Voodooshield forum usually get a free license pretty quick.
 

Nagisa

Level 4
Verified
Changes:
  • Removed Adguard, 360TS addon, Privacy Badger
  • Removed Voodoshield Free
  • Added uMatrix

I was been using uBlock in medium mode for a long time. But I wanted to take even more control of my internet connection. I installed uMatrix and blocked "Everything" except .com,.net,.org and .tr domains. All 3rd-party is blocked now except css, image requests and some exceptions.
Also some other minor settings:
- Forbid mixed content = on
- Forbid web workers = on
- Added "* * doc inherit" rule

I can't say that this would make web %100 safe, but, it's damn rock solid. I guess.

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oldschool

Level 56
Verified
I installed uMatrix and blocked "Everything" except .com,.net,.org and .tr domains. All 3rd-party is blocked now except css, image requests and some exceptions.
Also some other minor settings:
- Forbid mixed content = on
- Forbid web workers = on
- Added "* * doc inherit" rule

I'd be interested in hearing how this configuration for uMatrix works for you. I found it too complex for me to setup compared to µBO medium mode. Maybe I didn't give myself enough time with it.
 

Nagisa

Level 4
Verified
I'd be interested in hearing how this configuration for uMatrix works for you. I found it too complex for me to setup compared to µBO medium mode. Maybe I didn't give myself enough time with it.
I think you should definitely try it. It's not that hard, much easier when you read the documentation.


I suggest you to start from the extension icon title.

It sometimes breaks the some part of websites, such as embedded youtube videos, recaptchas, google sign-in pages etc. Especially if there is a script or video which sourced from 3rd-party source. But it's easy to whitelist the right element when you want to fix it.


I wish there would be a test where this kind of element blockers tested against malicious codes inside a website, malvertisings or popups.
 

Nagisa

Level 4
Verified
Also, I was reading this topic a few days ago.


This simple single rule blocks all third-party requests (including XMLHTTPrequest, WebSocket, WebRTC, Ping, Object and ObjectSubrequests and Other e.g. beacons), so it provides more protection than uB0 medium mode protection which ‘only’ blocks third-party scripts and (i)frames (subdocuments in AdBlockPlus syntax).

When you enable this, you can disable the Malware Domain blacklist which are enabled by default in uB0, since 95% of the malicious websites are HTTP (insecure) websites. There are as many websites as there are people living on this planet, so a community maintained blacklist with 300.000 URL’s is only a water drop on a hot glowing plate. Also malicious websites are only active for days, so half of these Malware Domain URL’s are dead links anyway.

So with just one simple rule you can make uB0 lighter and have stronger than medium mode protection on HTTP websites! Together with Google's Safe browsing or Microsoft's SmartScreen this will provide excellent protection against malicious websites.

He states that blocking 3d-party(only over the HTTP) except the images and CSS files, will make browsing much more secure. This applies to my configuration too. I'm blocking all 3rd-parties except the CSS and images.
 
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