Latest changes
Dec 31, 1969
Windows Edition
OS version
System type
64-bit operating system; x64-based processor
Windows UAC
Do not dim desktop - Notify me only when programs try to make changes to my computer
Firewall protection
Microsoft Defender Firewall
Account privileges
Account type
Exposure to malware
No malware samples are downloaded
Real-time Malware protection
NVT EXE Radar Pro | Sandboxie
Periodic scanners
Zemana AntiMalware | HitmanPro | Malwarebytes Anti-Malware
Browser and Add-ons
Google Chrome - Netcraft Extension | Avira Browser Safety | uBlock Origin | uBlock Origin WebSocket | KB SSL Enforcer | Tunnello VPN | The Great Suspender | OneTab
chrome security settings
Send a DNT request | malicious site blocking enabled | 3rd Party cookies are blocked | Click-to-Play enabled | Flash is disabled
chrome://flags tweaks
Extension Content Verification = enforce strict | Reduce default 'referer' header granularity is enabled
Privacy tools and VPN
Custom Hosts | uBlock Origin
Password manager
KeePass Portable
Search engine
Maintenance tools
CleanMem | Process Tamer | Auslogics DiskDefrag | CCleaner
Photos and Files backup
File Backup schedule
Backup and Restore
Backup schedule
No system backups


Level 31
I felt some slow down in responsiveness (not alot but noticeable) so I uninstalled scotty to see if I feel a difference and I think it was the culprit.

Deleted Member 333v73x

Zemana AntiMalware | EXE Radar Pro | Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit | KeyScrambler - No AV? ZAM is only a companion AV, you should add Microsoft Security Essentials.


Level 26
Content Creator
Well, thanks Inkurax...I learn new things everyday :)
Well, that is one of the good things in life. Some days you learn a lot, others you learn little. But everyday is a new learning experience be it here in a security forum or other places like home with your family.


Level 31
Is that the program from NoVirusThanks? I don't see many people here using it. How do you like it?
Yes it is. It runs extremely light and is a good sidekick to ERP... I know it's probably rare, but if I ever ran across a rootkit DRP would more than likely block it.