I used it 10 year ago when it was good. Are you stalking my older profiles on the interwebs? Stop adding stuff because they are a point of entry for any theoretical malware. Keep 1 on demand and remove everything else. If you think you have malware you will restore your image anw so all of this is pointless.I added SpyBot Search and Destroy as an on-demand scanner to see how it performed.
I regret not smoking because this software gave me cancer anyways.
On PROTECTION window:
Can't keep one on demand. They don't offer real time protection so it does not affect my system. When i had to clean my dad's laptop from ransomware i put on a pendrive all my on demand scanners, like 4 of them. ESET, EEK, NPE, and ZAM. Out of all of them, only ZAM detected the lastest version of the ransomware that was infecting my dad's machine. That's why i don't trust only one on-demand scanner. Plus with my firewall I block them from accessing to the internet, only allow them when scanning if required.I used it 10 year ago when it was good. Are you stalking my older profiles on the interwebs? Stop adding stuff because they are a point of entry for any theoretical malware. Keep 1 on demand and remove everything else. If you think you have malware you will restore your image anw so all of this is pointless.
Btw now that you installed Kaspersky(update your topic you damn robot) will you enable application control? If you do so then will you keep using VS?
About your question you are right and this is why i said theoretical malware. In practice it shouldn't happen.
A good call for sure. KIS is a solid program and doesn't need another application control software.Removed VoodooShield and configured Kaspersky's Application Control to NOT TRUST and block (even internet connection) all unknown applications. What do you think?
Without VS system is running more smoothly.
I'm not sure what caused such a level of performance issue in your system even after disabling AC. Didn't face such on my mid-spec PC.Well, see you in hell Kaspersky. I got mad after seeing my system so slow and basic folders taken up to a minute to load. I uninstalled the product and i'm talking to a moderator in order to give it away to somebody who wants it.
For the last couple of days, with the help of @tonibalas, i've tested ESET Internet Security v10 on my VM, which performed great, so i moved it to my real system after a Windows 10 fresh install. Two days with the software on learning mode (HIPS and Firewall) so it auto-learns the rules and today i have switched it to interactive to recieve all the necessary alerts and notifications. Impressed with the ammount of tweaking options this software has. I have configured it to achieve the maximum protection. Even under this circumstances, it consumes less than 100MB and 0% CPU on idle. System feels extremely light and folder (thank God) load in normal, fast, times.
My current configuration is:
- ESET Internet Security (v10 - tweaked for maximum lockdown and protection)
- VoodooShield (lastest stable version)
- AirVPN enabled 24/7
If everything goes right, by the end of my trial i will buy a license.
Oh it's so sad. I have 303 days remaining on that license...I'm not sure what caused such a level of performance issue in your system. Didn't face such on my mid-spec PC.
Anyways, you cannot transfer your license to another person if it has already been activated on your PC.
Do update us regarding ESET's performance. Tweaked ESET should be awesome!
Good to know it's that easy in case of Kaspersky! Thanks for the info. There might be some regional restrictions on activation though.I think it may be transfered from one PC to another
How to transfer a Kaspersky Lab product license from an old computer to a new one
On first instance, yes. I tweaked for maximum settings but i noticed a significant slow down, so i turned everything back to default and managed to tweak some basic things on Application Control and Firewall to be more protected. Still heavy on system. On a high-end laptop. Weird.