Latest changes
Apr 10, 2018
Windows Edition
OS build or version
System type
64-bit operating system; x64-based processor
Update and Security
Allow all automatic updates
User Access Control
Always notify
Firewall and Network protection
Microsoft Defender Firewall is active
User permissions
Administrator account
User account
Malware exposure
No malware samples are downloaded
Real-time Malware protection
Windows Defender
Periodic scanners
Malwarebytes Free
Emsisoft Emergency Kit (on an USB)
Browser and Extensions
Google Chrome - HTTPS Everywhere, Privacy Badger, Privacy Pass, Yandex Metrica Opt-out, Google's IBA and GA Opt-out
Privacy tools and VPN
AdGuard for Desktop
Password manager
Search engine
Maintenance tools
Process Explorer
Photos and Documents backup
Data Backup Schedule
Once or multiple times per week
Backup and Restore
Macrium Reflect Free
Backup Schedule
Once or more per month


Level 1
- DNS-over-HTTPS with Cloudflare's through DNSCrypt Proxy

- Microsoft Office 365 Personal
- Ubuntu Subsystem

Virtual Environment:
- Client Hyper-V

Drive and File Encryption:
- BitLocker with XTS-AES 256bit encryption method and TPM + PIN authentication
- PGP through GnuPG (for important files)

Other Settings:
- Apps access to Privacy Settings are whitelist-only, defaulted to Force Deny through Group Policy
- Windows Defender settings are set to Block at First Sight with High Blocking Cloud Protection level and locked through Group Policy
- Connection defaulted to TLS 1.2 and above (still waiting for AdGuard to support TLS 1.3)
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Level 14
Content Creator
I'd recommend that you use Zenema Antimalware (ZAM) and Norton Power Eraser as both of these on demand free scanning tools are quite good!


Zemana Antimalware (ZAM): Zemana Anti-Malware | Advanced Malware Removal Software

Norton Power Eraser: Norton Rescue Tools

Nice addition with EEK on a USB and Macrium Reflect Free! (y)(y)

You could use Adguard for Google Chrome for maximum protection with both the desktop and Chrome extension enabled.

Good configuration!


tim one

Level 21
Malware Hunter
You have a nice setup, Chrome loads web pages in a sandbox, but alternatively, you can also install Sandboxie, a program that creates virtual environments limited in the size of the allocated memory space and on the access to the resources of the computer. Useful, then for a secure web surfing and to test programs or files of dubious origin :)