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Additionnal Protection
UAC: Maximum
Virtualization: Shadow Defender
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Monitoring
Process Monitor: KillSwitch
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Utility Programs
System Utility: Ccleaner,Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro
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Backup/Recovery
Backup: Recovery Disks/built in image.
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Spawn

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Comodo all-around.

Out of curiosity, what do you mean by "Tweaked" for CIS6, what settings have you modified?
 
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Earth said:
Comodo all-around.

Out of curiosity, what do you mean by "Tweaked" for CIS6, what settings have you modified?
Meaning it is not of default config :D
First thing i do is switch it to "Proactive security" instead of the default "Internet security" then i change the behavior blocker "auto sandbox" from " partially limited to untrusted. I set the firewall to "block all in coming". In the firewall settings i enable "filter IPv6 traffic, filter loopback traffic, block fragmented IP traffic, do protocol analysis, enable anti-ARP spoofing", i also set a custom rule set for outbound traffic. The "alert frequency level" is not ticked by default, i tick it and set the alert level to medium.


If your curious why Comodo.. It is light, and set up the way i have it, i have never had an infection, as i used basically the same settings with V5.
 
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HIPS enabled or not? Full virtualization enabled?
 
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Umbra Corp. said:
HIPS enabled or not? Full virtualization enabled?
Hips enabled, it is why the proactive setting, to run both, full virtualization is not enabled as of yet.
 
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full virtualization is not enabled as of yet.
you should enable it , so some flaws of CIS' HIPS/BB will be backed-up.
 
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Umbra Corp. said:
full virtualization is not enabled as of yet.
you should enable it , so some flaws of CIS' HIPS/BB will be backed-up.
I just finished up with the last of the set up of the new system. I went into BIOS and enabled the VT for the system. My last step/stop will be the registry, to enable full VT in CIS :)
 

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Can't find anything that you could add, covered all grounds and like Earth said Comodo all round :p
 
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McLovin said:
Can't find anything that you could add, covered all grounds and like Earth said Comodo all round :p
It works for me, for at least the time :D
 
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BSOD said:
A lot of notifications/nag screens?
With the custom out bound firewall setting you will have notifications until the firewall is trained, after that it quiets down unless something moves that should not ;)
 
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This original config of CIS was on the other system i sent back. I am running KIS 2013 on my new system, the trial came pre-installed, so i gave it a couple days, and its running great on here, so i got a license.
 
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Removed: KIS 2013
Added: CIS V6

KIS was still a little heavy for my taste, i noticed it when preforming photo editing tasks extensively.. So for the time being, i went back to CIS..