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Discussion in 'PC Security Configuration' started by shmu26, Feb 14, 2017.
I have nothing to add here, you are protected.
Thanks for sharing.
Great security configuration.
The only note I would like to make is for you to try to use a physically separate computer to run your virtual machines on, for maximum security, or even use a separate subnet for the virtual machines, to avoid contact with your main productive PC altogether.
You obviously have backup images covered as well, so... I guess I cannot recommend anything else.
Thanks for sharing your new config.
Light, strong & effective config...nothing to add from my side...
Very good config, really can't find anything to add
Hello smu26 cant put my finger on anything,YES what a nice configuration.
Great config. I really like your config. In fact, the only thing I would do would be to replace Zipware with Bandizip
Thanks for sharing your extra-strong config
thank you, and please tell me something about bandizip
Really complete and nice setup!
I've to show for this and other configs I've seen here, to my friends, hoping they learn something more!
By curiosity , what ERP will cover that KIS won't? (I don't know much of KIS because i don't like it ^^)
KIS, by default, "disables" HIPS (the traditional alerts). ERP can provide the alerts.
but you can still enables those alerts no?
Looks great! But in my happits KIS (tweaked) & HMPA is enough, but you have put some really light resources, so doesn't matter. You know you are good to go dangerous world name internet with happy face
@Umbra and @BugCode: yes, Kaspersky can be tweaked and twisted to the point that it will do what ERP does. I just like the way ERP does it. Also, using both softwares at close to their default settings gives me two layers of protection
Well it´s light, easy and very comfortable. Bandizip It is really fast and stable. Has some very practical features, like create new window in context menu. It's free, I'd recommend you try it. I love it
my alternate, non-paranoid config:
standard user account
Process Lasso (to disallow script interpreters etc)
Hard_Configurator (for a few simple tweaks)
Very nice config! +1 for KIS 2017
I like the alternate "non-paranoid" config as well!!
Thanks for sharing both with us
uninstalled NoVirusThanks EXE Radar Pro.
the new version (RC4) has improved support for:
* vulnerable processes
* standard user accounts
That's a pretty no-nonsense setup. Total coverage
I hope I get to try reHIPS sometime!
Why dislike KIS :/
Is it the alerts or something else? I am aware of your lockdown approach but you said you dislike a particular AV solution, that triggered my curiosity.
In terms of standard AV solutions, it goes well beyond. I'll rate it in top two any time based on the features and protection.. my learning.
Yes we can enable..And when enabled, it showers with notifications right
Most of the times, looking at the application, I'll either "Trust the application" so that that sub-application/application related popups in the sequence are minimized. If it is not exactly trustable, I'll either respond to each (popups except during installations are quite less comparatively) or will trust the sequence for skipping its recurrence.
If at all the concerned app is risky and I allow some initial actions, the System Watcher+other restrictions+ZETA approach of Kaspersky (and my complementary protections) should further do the guarding.
Sorry but I think Peazip is more a secure option.
Here give it a peek @shmu26
Peazip: PeaZip | Free archiver, free RAR TAR ZIP files utility
I have used it for almost 2yrs now and very quickly fell in love with
it's functionality and ease of use.