Overlord`s Security Configuration

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Dec 31, 1969
Windows Edition
Home
Primary sign-in
Primary user
Windows UAC
Real-time protection
ESET Smart Security 9
Software firewall
Microsoft Defender Firewall
Malware testing
No malware samples
Periodic security scanners
Hitman Pro, Dr Web Cure It, McAfee Stinger, Kaspersky TDSS Killer
Browsers, Search and Addons
Firefox, Internet Explorer 8 ( Occasionally)
NoScript, Web of Trust(WOT), uBlock Origin.
Maintenance and Cleaning
PrivaZer, Kerish Doctor, CCleaner Pro, WinUtilities Pro
TrueCrypt
Personal Files & Photos backup
Macrium Reflect
Personal backup routine
Manual (maintained by self)
Device recovery & backup
Paragon Backup & Recovery
Device backup routine

tonibalas

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I have a few suggestions to make.
Add another browser chromium based in case you have a problem with Firefox and since you rarely use IE.
Add a password manager like LastPass which is free to secure your passwords when you are online.
You have very strong config i like it;).
Thanks for sharing your config:).
 

Cats-4_Owners-2

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You've a configuration that was an enjoyable read, thank you for sharing it.:)
As long as XP works well for you, you might consider additional layers of protection. A sandbox used while you browse is a good preventative measure, and a free sandboxing program is Sandboxie.
Originally developed to address vulnerabilities in IE (sandbox + ie = Sandboxie ;)) it works well with most browsers.


Another free program I've used on our own XP system, also a virtualization app, is Time Freeze.
 

Spawn

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The fact that I use WinXp, it's a matter of my sentiment and habits to this system. As for security issues, no system is not guaranteed. I use XP for many years and never had any major problems.
What are your system specifications?
 
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