- Eset Smart Security
- Qihoo 360 IS
- Emsisoft Antimalware
- Trend Micro Antivirus +
- Avast Free (Pup and Hardened mode enabled)
I really find it funny, when someone goes around and says everyone that they have common sense. Common sense is something others should realize it after interacting with you, and it should not be self portrayed.
Not everyone has common sense, but why take the fun out of everything?
Would it make you happy if i made "Fantasy Total Security, Common Sense IS?... I can make it if you really want me to.I really find it funny, when someone goes around and says everyone that they have common sense. Common sense is something others should realize it after interacting with you, and it should not be self portrayed.
I agree with most of this.You know, I was thinking the same thing today, this "My Personal Internet Security Common Sense 2014" thing is getting old. But that only means I don't have to make that joke myself, nor laugh at it when I see it. However if others like it, so be it, because there's nothing wrong with it. It's just a fun way of saying "I take care not to click recklessly". Let's respect that.
If people keep repeating that using common sense is important, really, what is wrong with it? It's a fine mantra the way I see it. Common sense is more important, after all, than an antivirus, so why not spread the word? This can even be fun, as it is with the "Personal Total Security" that we all have in our brains, and also productive, because, while joking, we are practicing a seriously smart mentality.
But, of course, just saying "Hey, I'm super smart" isn't enough, you have to actually avoid being ****** over by the bad guys.