Advanced Plus Security Raur's Security Configuration 2019

Last updated
Jan 10, 2019
Windows Edition
Other edition for Previous versions of Windows
Primary sign-in
Primary user
Admin user - Full permissions
Security updates
Manual - check for updates, but do not auto-install
Windows UAC
Default - notify when programs attempt to make changes
Real-time protection
ESET Internet Security
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium
Software firewall
Provided by a third-party security vendor. Refer to 'Real-time protection' for details.
Custom RTP, Firewall and OS settings
ESET Internet Security
  • Enable detection of potential unsafe applications
  • Enable detection of suspicious applications
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium
  • Always detect PUPs and PUMs
Malware testing
No malware samples
Periodic security scanners
Browsers, Search and Addons
Google Chrome (Main)
  • Sticky Password Manager
  • PassProtect
  • Windscribe Free VPN and Ad Blocker
Internet Explorer (Optional)
Maintenance and Cleaning
IOBit Uninstaller
Wise Care 365 Pro
Personal Files & Photos backup
EaseUS ToDo Backup Home
Personal backup routine
Device recovery & backup
AOMEI Backupper Pro
EaseUS ToDo Backup Home
Device backup routine
PC activity
  1. Banking. 
  2. Browsing the web. 
  3. Streaming. 
  4. Shared access. 
  5. Browsing to unknown sites. 
  6. Working from home. 
  7. Multimedia. 
Computer specs
Lenovo Desktop
  • Intel Core 2 Duo E7500
  • AMD Radeon HD 5570
  • 4GB RAM


Level 35
Top poster
Jul 6, 2017
From my point of view Malwarebytes antimalware I don't think it contributes much if you already have ESET Internet Security... the only thing it provides is a serious load of RAM and CPU.
I would leave it for on-demand scanning.
Thank you for sharing:giggle:


Level 1
Thread author
Sep 29, 2018
@harlan4096 : Thanks for the suggestion with MBAM but it is helpful as a secondary protection. Sometimes ESET doesn't flag suspicious files which MBAM does.

Regarding the OS architecture, I'll consider x64 in the future.


Level 1
Thread author
Sep 29, 2018
Just asking, would it be advisable to choose only one backup software in my PC. Would there be any conflict in case of restoring system/parttion images?
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Staff member
Malware Hunter
Apr 28, 2015
Hum I'm not sure, never had those 2 at the same time in my systems, but You may create a clone image of the system with both and save them as a precaution...


Level 1
Thread author
Sep 29, 2018
@JM Safe, I agree with you. I actually have Zemana Anti-Logger Pro installed as my on-demand scanner. So far it hasn't failed me yet. :giggle:
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