Latest Changes
Dec 31, 1969
Operating System

Windows Edition
Pro
Build
14393.693
System Architecture
64-bit OS
Security Updates
Automatic with Deferred upgrades - Security updates only
User Access Control
Always Notify
Firewall
Windows Firewall - Network security provided by Microsoft
Device Security
Windows Defender SmartScreen (Windows 10)
User Account
Recent Security Incidents
No malware or privacy issues
Malware Testing
None - No Malware on host PC or VM
Real-time Web & Malware Protection
Rehips, Emsisoft AM, WFC
Custom Settings For Real-Time Protection
Virus and Malware Removal Tools
None
Browsers and Extensions
Chrome, Firefox(as backup)
Web Privacy
Ublock origin
Password Management
3rd party
Default Web Search
Google
System Utilities
CCleaner, Openvpn
Data Backup
Macrium Reflect
Frequency of Data backups
Monthly
System Backup
Macrium Reflect
Frequency of System backups
Regularly
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Deleted member 2913

I like your "Light Setup"...my kinda thing:)

Why not manual/notify for Windows Updates instead of Deferred updates?

This week probably CCAV with full Valkyrie power is going to be released, are you going to give a try? (I like the logic & internal working that improved usability)

Woodrow, a member here created a good wish for CCAV here
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Don't know you are a member in Comodo forum or not?
If you are, would be good to get your vote:)
What do you think of the wish & my post in that thread?;)
 

SHvFl

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I like your "Light Setup"...my kinda thing:)

Why not manual/notify for Windows Updates instead of Deferred updates?

This week probably CCAV with full Valkyrie power is going to be released, are you going to give a try? (I like the logic & internal working that improved usability)

Woodrow, a member here created a good wish for CCAV here
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Don't know you are a member in Comodo forum or not?
If you are, would be good to get your vote:)
What do you think of the wish & my post in that thread?;)
I defer updates because MS seems to break things way too often for my liking.
CCAV is in a ban list. I will never use it ever again. They used all their chances for me. Yeah i am a comodo member and voted for you. Basically they should kill CCAV and fix CIS. This whole program is sad.
 
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I defer updates because MS seems to break things way too often for my liking.
CCAV is in a ban list. I will never use it ever again. They used all their chances for me. Yeah i am a comodo member and voted for you. Basically they should kill CCAV and fix CIS. This whole program is sad.
I think manual would be good instead of deferred...I use manual through group policy & works fine.

Mark my words...eventually CCAV is going to replace CIS:p
 

SHvFl

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I think manual would be good instead of deferred...I use manual through group policy & works fine.

Mark my words...eventually CCAV is going to replace CIS:p
Probably they will get merged to 1 program.

Manual update would not work because not all issues appear on all pc. So even if people don't report issues i might have them. So with defer you wait a few months and they might fix the issues.
 

sudo -i

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EIS has more problems than EAM. WF on the other hand doesn't do outbound notifications so this is why i do EAM+WFC.

For defer updates it installs only security updates and the rest install after a few months.
Ah I see, I didn't see that you used WFC. That makes more sense now. That is a powerful combo.
Sphinx or Binisoft? Is it any different from using GlassWire?
 

sudo -i

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Binisoft. I never tried Glasswire and never will because it's too expensive compared.
Agreed, GlassWire is expensive for the paid version (which only additionally grants you the ability to view logs over a longer period of time, "devices on your network", and network "prompts" instead of "click-to-block"). IMO, GlassWire free is as good as the paid version for single device home-use.

I'll look into WFC, however EIS is still a tempting choice knowing that Emsisoft does eventually fix issues with their software.

Thanks for the information.