Is H_C compatible with SysHardener?
Thank you @Raiden. I've been thinking about that combo for a few days, that's why I asked.It's a bit of a yes/no. I run both of them, but the vast majority of settings within Syshardener are disabled (since H_C covers them already) except the firewall rules and a few that @Andy Ful suggested I keep on. I did ask him this exact question, so he walked me through it, but I think going forward H_C will have some of those features moving forward I believe, so at some point Syshardener will not be needed at all, but @Andy Ful can clarify this better than I can.
All 4 layers are covered:
- Realtime etc: Eset
- Firewall: Eset
- Web browser: via Pihole, HTTPS Everywhere
- Backup: Aomei
Thanks for sharing your config.
- Consider adding Scriptsafe to your web browser
- As long as you know which settings to use when both Syshardener and H-C are active you should be fine
- I'd out down the exact version of ESET in the Real Time section
Thanks for your recommendation, my on-demand scanners are all portable and I don't feel like installing the beta version of a program which has no portable version. Should a portable version be released I may reconsider this.
Hi @Threadripper , you can download ZAM Free (stable) portable here: Clean your pc with Zemana AntiMalware, no matter how badly infected!Thanks for your recommendation, my on-demand scanners are all portable and I don't feel like installing the beta version of a program which has no portable version. Should a portable version be released I may reconsider this.
Hey harlan (and all users),I think ZAM 3 beta still is not stable and finished enough to use in a standard system, also lacks of many customize settings (specific folders) to scan, and I have been performing tests with it and ignores the scanning for malware in many risky system folders, so I don't recommend it for now...
BlackbirdDo you have a link to this Blackbird program?
Great addition for your computer! It's very light on the system as well!Added VoodooShield Pro back, that slowdown occurs when you add a VoodooShield password and try to open task manager or the other apps it protects with that password and it displays the prompt before/after UAC. Haven't added a password this time, Aggressive AutoPilot working well.