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Dec 31, 1969
Windows Edition
Home
System type
32-bit operating system; x64-based processor
User Access Control
Not applicable for non-Windows OS
Network Security (Firewall)
Windows Defender Firewall
User Account
Sign-in Accounts
Malware Testing
I do not participate in downloading malware samples
Real-time Web & Malware Protection
ESET Smart Security 9
RTP - Custom security settings
  • Virus and Malware Removal Tools
    Hitman Pro, Dr Web Cure It, McAfee Stinger, Kaspersky TDSS Killer
    Browsers and Extensions
    Firefox, Internet Explorer 8 ( Occasionally)
    NoScript, Web of Trust(WOT), uBlock Origin.
    Privacy-focused Apps and Extensions
    NoScript
    Password Managers
  • Sticky Password
  • Web Search
  • Google
  • System Utilities
    PrivaZer, Kerish Doctor, CCleaner Pro, WinUtilities Pro
    TrueCrypt
    Data Backup
    Macrium Reflect
    Frequency of Data backups
    Weekly
    System Backup
    Paragon Backup & Recovery
    Frequency of System backups
    Occasionally

    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.