This is my security configuration for 2020
Hi, Harlan, I took your advice. I removed Hitmanpro.Alert (installed on another PC)Yeah, but with the tweaks applied to KIS + TAM + own K. Anti-Exploit tech, probably are mitigated enough, but adding a new layer of additional resident protection from a different security application You are increasing the probability of incompatibility problems
Alternatively You may use a non resident protection tool such as NVT SysHardener to apply mitigations, and avoid the use of resident protection from HitMan.Pro.Alert
Your KIS setup is very strong, especially for unsafe applications/DLLs/scripts (TAM). I am not sure if it is equally strong for LOLBins and fileless attacks, but it can probably mitigate most of them in some way. Many such attacks can be done via the weaponized MS Office documents. Normally, SysHardener could be tweaked to harden MS Office applications. But on SUA, the SysHardener's hardening for MS Office does not work.Yes, why?