Gandalf_The_Grey

Level 20
Verified
Dan the creator of VoodooShield was impressed by OSArmor and said that there was no problem running them side by side. I personally have stopped using VS because I found it too chatty and not completely stable at times.
Inspired by @Nightwalker I'm using Window defender (tweaked for maximum protection by @Andy Ful s Configure Defender, Comodo Firewall tweaked with @cruelsister s settings and OSArmor at default settings.
I'm at to moment very pleased with this setup.

So the short answer is: no there is no overkill.
 

askmark

Level 12
Verified
Would it be a good idea to use OSArmor, VoodooShield, and Windows Defender? If so, what should I remove or replace?
Why not? I use them all, plus ERP 4, and have no problems.

The only issue is OSArmor has so many options, it's a pain to know what will or won't work with your system, without some trial and error. Personally, I enable all options and then use "Passive Logging" to identify from my daily workflow what processes/actions/tasks need an exclusion rule.
 

ZeroDay

Level 28
Verified
Malware Tester
Dan the creator of VoodooShield was impressed by OSArmor and said that there was no problem running them side by side. I personally have stopped using VS because I found it too chatty and not completely stable at times.
Inspired by @Nightwalker I'm using Window defender (tweaked for maximum protection by @Andy Ful s Configure Defender, Comodo Firewall tweaked with @cruelsister s settings and OSArmor at default settings.
I'm at to moment very pleased with this setup.

So the short answer is: no there is no overkill.
Same setup as me minus the OSArmour. My system is running great with this setup.