Latest changes
Dec 16, 2019
Windows Edition
OS version
System type
64-bit operating system; x64-based processor
Security updates
Automatically allow security and feature updates
Windows UAC
Always notify
Firewall protection
Microsoft Defender Firewall
Account privileges
Standard account
Account type
Sign in with associated Microsoft ID
Account log-in
  1. Account Password
  2. Windows Hello PIN
Exposure to malware
No malware samples are downloaded
Real-time Malware protection
  • Windows 10 built-in security
  • OSArmor
RTP configuration
  • SysHardener
  • Windows Sandbox
  • Windows Defender runs in sandbox
  • Windows Defender > ConfigureDefender > High
  • Bitlocker > Data partition (AES-256 bits encryption enabled)
  • Enabled Core Isolation and Protected Folders (Controlled folder access)
  • Windows Firewall > outbound connections > blocked (only a few programs are allowed)
  • Disabled Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), Windows Script Host, Powershell, and more.
Periodic scanners
  • Emsisoft Emergency Kit
  • HitmanPro
Browser and Add-ons
Microsoft Edge Chromium
Privacy tools and VPN
  • Windscribe VPN (sometimes)
  • Adguard for Windows
Password manager
KeePass (portable)
Search engine
Maintenance tools
  • Windows Disk Cleanup
  • Autoruns
Photos and Files backup
  • External hard drive (copy and paste)
  • Google Drive
  • OneDrive
  • Dropbox
File Backup schedule
Once or multiple times per day
Backup and Restore
  • Macrium Reflect (free)
  • Windows built-in backup and restore feature (for the first system image backup after installing and updating Windows)
Backup schedule
Once or more per month
Computer Activity
  1. Online banking
  2. Browsing the web and checking emails
  3. Streaming movies, TV shows and music from the Internet
  4. Downloading files from different websites
  5. Office and other work-related software (Work from Home)
  6. Recording and editing video or photos
Computer Specifications
Device: ASUS A455L
CPU: Intel Core i5-5200U (2.7GHz)
GPU: GeForce 930m
Storage: 250GB SAMSUNG 860 EVO SSD


Level 32
Take a look at Tinywall, under 2MB download size, easy GUI, lots of YouTube videos to learn from and stops these threats below:
  1. Ransomware- Some ransomware must contact the C&C server before any encryption can take place. So, you get an outbound connection alert when ransomware runs. Block it and it won't be able to harm your data.
  2. Keyloggers- They can log almost anything. Problem occurs when the recorded data is transmitted to the cyber criminals who can misuse it. Damage can be prevented if you stop any malicious connection to happen from your end.
  3. Remote Access Trojan (RAT): Some RATs will operate by injecting directly into a legitimate Windows process like svchost, using this to connect out instead of some other executable that can be grossly apparent. Firewalls will not only block the hollowed process from connecting out, but they do it silently with any user input.

The rest you have everything covered and lovely config I must say!