ranget

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This is One of the security setup i use on one of my computer
i will post more later :D


Ccleaner
windows image
Sumo/secunia update checker
Revo Uninstaller
 

win7holic

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RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

what's your setting for your KIS 2012?

you can read and you can follow about: "Kaspersky Internet Security 2012 for Maximum Protection" by Jack.
this http://malwaretips.com/Thread-How-to-setup-Kaspersky-Internet-Security-2012-for-Maximum-Protection

thanks to Jack.
 

WinAndLinuxTutorials

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RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

If you want, add the following to your defenses:
WOT (Site advisor): Go to the following link to get it: http://www.mywot.com/en/download
Emsisoft Emergency Kit (on-demand Scanner): http://www.emsisoft.de/en/software/eek/
Comodo Cleaning Essentials (On-Demand Scanner): http://forums.comodo.com/news-announcements-feedback-cce/comodo-cleaning-essentials-22217899172-final-released-t78945.0.html

SpywareBlaster: http://filehippo.com/download_spywareblaster/
About Spyware Blaster:
Spyware, adware, browser hijackers, and dialers are some of the fastest-growing threats on the Internet today. By simply browsing to a web page, you could find your computer to be the brand-new host of one of these unwanted fiends!

The most important step you can take is to secure your system. And SpywareBlaster is the most powerful protection program available.

Prevent the installation of ActiveX-based spyware, adware, browser hijackers, dialers, and other potentially unwanted software.
Block spyware/tracking cookies in Internet Explorer and Mozilla/Firefox.
Restrict the actions of potentially unwanted sites in Internet Explorer.
 

win7holic

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RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

I think, if you follow the tip about KIS by Jack, you will be solid.
and maybe, you will adding also like said above by WinandLinux.

if you want more protect again, Running your Web browser under the protection of Sandboxie.
this
Benefits of the Isolated Sandbox

Secure Web Browsing: Running your Web browser under the protection of Sandboxie means that all malicious software downloaded by the browser is trapped in the sandbox and can be discarded trivially.
Enhanced Privacy: Browsing history, cookies, and cached temporary files collected while Web browsing stay in the sandbox and don't leak into Windows.
Secure E-mail: Viruses and other malicious software that might be hiding in your email can't break out of the sandbox and can't infect your real system.
Windows Stays Lean: Prevent wear-and-tear in Windows by installing software into an isolated sandbox.




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Jack

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RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

Looks good.... How's KIS , did you notice any slow downs?

The only thing that you could add is a password manager ... LastPass is in my opinion is the best (free) password manager on the market right now so you could give it a try : https://lastpass.com/
 

ranget

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RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

thanks for the adds i think i will add sandboxie to the setup
also i will add the emisoft OD scanner

as for Kaspersky it's very Good compared to 2011 version i like it
 
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Plexx

RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

I noticed you have not mentioned any backup utility. If you do not have any you can use one of the free ones:

*Paragon Backup & Recovery 2011 Free;
*EaseUS Todo Backup Free 3.5;
*Macrium Reflect Free.
Note that Paragon cannot make a WINPE boot disk unlike EaseUS Todo; but it is still fine. I personally prefer Paragon.

Consider adding the following tools:

Additional Real Time Protection:
*Panda URL Filter (google Panda Toolbar, Install Panda Toolbar and then Remove the Panda Toolbar) - I am unsure if Kaspersky would let you install.

Unlocking software for stuck applications (freeware):
*Unlocker 1.9.1 (64bit edition).

Password Manager (already mentioned by Jack):
*Lastpass.

Registry Defrag (freeware):
*Quicksys RegDefrag.

HDD Defrag (freeware):
*Auslogics Disk Defrag;
*Puran Defrag;
*Smart Defrag.

Uninstaller:
*Revo Uninstaller PRO (if you want to pay for it - supports 64bit architecture).
*Your Uninstaller (there is a free trial and supports 64bit architecture according to the website)
*If not, stick to Windows's default uninstaller.

System Utilities (freeware):
*Advanced SystemCare 5 Free;
*CCleaner.

That's about it since other users have already told you about additional software.

Have a quick look at my main config and some other configs so you can have an idea :).
PS: Good config. +1
 

ranget

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RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

changed My security setup

everything is the same
except the main component changed to GData
no that i got infected or anything just wanted to try the Red G

anyway i will report Back or do a review
 
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Plexx

RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

ranget said:
changed My security setup

everything is the same
except the main component changed to GData
no that i got infected or anything just wanted to try the Red G

anyway i will report Back or do a review
Interesting change.
When I tested G Data Internet Security 2012 I wasn't that impressed on detection rate. They still using behaviour blocker?
 

ranget

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RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

they didn't say that it's a behavior Blocker
there is two engines engine A and engine B both are enabled
although i didn't give it much of a test waiting till my DSL get Back
cuz dialup sucks
 

ranget

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RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

changed it again

Didn't like it at all compared to kaspersky

TO comodo Free FW + avira free
 
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Plexx

RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

I am pretty sure GDATA had behaviour blocker.

I know about the 2 engines but never really searched to see what engines are they using.

Avira does have quite some FP but overall it is a good suit.
 

jamescv7

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RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

Using Gdata is not a bad idea since it provide 2 engines that were known to be top notch on detection rates. Their Behavior Blocker is fine enough too.
 

win7holic

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RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

biozfear said:
I know about the 2 engines but never really searched to see what engines are they using.
G-data have 2 AV engines , Engine A is BitDefender and Engine B is avast.
 
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Plexx

RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

Between Avira and GData, I would choose GData.

Ranget: have you tried VIPRE?
 

ranget

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RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

no didn't try viper yet

the version that i used of Gdata is a bit outdated 2011 i will try again the 2012 version

i think the next suite to try is DRweb or Webroot
 

win7holic

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RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

Between Webroot and DrWeb. I prefer DrWeb with better detection rate than Webroot.
 

ranget

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RE: Ranget Currnet Setup 12/9

i don't care about detection care as much as Preventation ;)

i use Comodo CLT as main tester
also real time Viruses before i clean reinstall
 
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