Block low integrity images - ON Block remote images - ON Block untrusted fonts - ON Control flow guard (CFG) - ON Data execution prevention (DEP) - ON + Enable thunk emulation - CHECKED Disable extension points - ON Force randomization for images (Mandatory ASLR) - ON + Do not allow stripped images - CHECKED Randomize memory allocations (Bottom-up ASLR) - ON Validate exception chains (SEHOP) - ON Validate handle usage - ON Validate heap integrity - ON Validate image dependency integrity - ON
I am really satisfied. It feels fast and has a wide collection of servers. It doesn't have WireGuard as it uses its own protocol:I see that you use Adguard VPN, your opinion on it ?
Thanks for letting me know. He already said that in the past but continued updating it some weeks after. Will keep experimenting a bit and probably go back to uBlock Origin or AdGuard v. 4 anyway.Developer informed me he has no time to maintain this extension.
This is another "one man show" extension that will disappear with MV3, if Google actually rolls it out.
I got a discount for Sophos. Well, I would lie if I said that it offers the best protection out there, but it's solid after all. I am currently testing Sophos on my VM too and I can say that it's really strong in detecting malicious PE-files with it's ML-engine. It still has problems with malicious scripts, but as I have it covered with SWH that isn't a problem. I mainly use it because of it's anti-exploit capabilites, Safe Browsing, Keystroke Encryption and risk-reduction protections. Performance-wise it is meh. As I got decent hardware it isn't really a problem for me, but for people with older PC's it might be a problem. Lastly I can say that it's really stable without any bugs as far as I am aware. Just try the trial if you are interested, I think that's the best way of finding out if it's crippling your PC or not.
Link for Firewall Hardening please ?