Latest changes
Dec 31, 1969
Windows Edition
Pro
OS build or version
Latest
System type
64-bit operating system; x64-based processor
User Access Control
Always notify
Firewall and Network protection
Microsoft Defender Firewall is active
User permissions
User account
Malware exposure
No malware samples are downloaded
Real-time Malware protection
Desktop: Emsisoft AM, Hitman Pro.Alert
Laptop : Voodoo Shield Premium, Zemana AM
Periodic scanners
Zemana AM, HitmanPro, EEK
Browser and Extensions
Firefox x64
Chrome x64
[Lastpass, IDM]
Privacy tools and VPN
AdGuard Client
Password manager
LASTPASS
Search engine
Google
Maintenance tools
CCleaner Portable
Revo Uninstaller Pro
HD Sentinal Pro Portable
Everything
Networx
Auslogics Disk Defrag Pro
Shadow Defender[Laptop]
RollBack RX [Vmware]
File Backup schedule
Backup and Restore
Paragon Backup and Recovery 16
Backup schedule
Once or more per week
Computer Specifications
https://malwaretips.com/threads/purshu_pros-new-rig-2016.62818/

sid_16

Level 18
Verified
Looks good and solid. You should keep all the settings in eset as default. If you want to install any password manager, why not try 'sticky password v.6 free' its live in giveaway thread.
 

venustus

Level 50
Verified
Trusted
Content Creator
Looks good and solid. You should keep all the settings in eset as default. If you want to install any password manager, why not try 'sticky password v.6 free' its live in giveaway thread.
Eset on default is good, but it is better to tweak certain settings especially it's HIPS configuration!;)
 

sid_16

Level 18
Verified
Eset on default is good, but it is better to tweak certain settings especially it's HIPS configuration!;)
I'd done it before seeing the tutorial from this forum but got alert every now and then while surfing the net i.e Google site, Gmail and also other trusted sites were warned that this connection is untrusted or some ess certificate is needed to view these site etc.. Then I uninstalled and reinstalled the ESET SS7 and everything went normal. That is why I said keep all the setting to its default sate.
 

Purshu_Pro

Level 29
Verified
Trusted
Nice config, but you could add a password manager like LastPass. :)
not necessary because i have all in my brain. If i want to store so I just store some in firefox and i dont trust 3rd party password manager and dont want my passwors or login credentials to be exposed to some applications like lastpass, keypass, whatever., i feel firefox itself has good password management inside. I'm using it from past 2 years.:D
 

Purshu_Pro

Level 29
Verified
Trusted
Looks good and solid. You should keep all the settings in eset as default. If you want to install any password manager, why not try 'sticky password v.6 free' its live in giveaway thread.
not necessary because i have all in my brain. If i want to store so I just store some in firefox and i dont trust 3rd party password manager and dont want my passwors or login credentials to be exposed to some applications like lastpass, keypass, whatever., i feel firefox itself has good password management inside. I'm using it from past 2 years.:D
You should keep all the settings in eset as default.
well i have tweaked some but not all, i have just dissabled the option of Runtime Packers, In IDS and advanced option i have dissabled 'advanced PCAP logging' because it was generating lot of allerts, then i have switched back firewall to automatic rules, HIPS to learning mode.
 
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BoraMurdar

Community Manager
Verified
Staff member
Agree with guys above, if you need some password manager to create strong unbreakable passwords you could try LastPass, and if you can not afford external HDD, and your internet speed allows you to, you can always store important data on some cloud storage and for more security you can encrypt them.
+1 for JDownloader ;)
 

Koroke San

Level 28
Verified
I'd done it before seeing the tutorial from this forum but got alert every now and then while surfing the net i.e Google site, Gmail and also other trusted sites were warned that this connection is untrusted or some ess certificate is needed to view these site etc.. Then I uninstalled and reinstalled the ESET SS7 and everything went normal. That is why I said keep all the setting to its default sate.
coz u installed ESET root certificate which checks SSl certificates. U need to disable it coz it's annoying sometimes.
 

Koroke San

Level 28
Verified
How can I disable it? and when did I enable it?
In ESET advance settings, check under protocol filtering -> SSl -> tick on " do not scan SSL protocol " then go to certificate -> untick " add the root certificate to unknown browsers " & u done. I don't know when u enable it :rolleyes: U r the one who said u watched tutorial of ESET maximum settings from this forum & u tweaked it, so that time i guess u enabled it :)
 
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