My configuration

Discussion in 'Security Configurator' started by ant_gamal, Jan 12, 2017.

  1. ant_gamal

    ant_gamal Member

    Os : win 10 x64
    Realtime security : eset smart security and spyshalter firewall

    Other appz : ashampo win optimizer
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  3. Trim

    Trim MTAC Moderator Staff Member Member Of Month - Tweakbytes Defender

    Hello, ESET is a very good security solution, and what is your UAC level? It is very important to set UAC at least to default to reduce the possibility to get infected.
    Maybe add also a good on-demand scanner, such as Zemana AntiMalware: , what is your backup software? I recommend Macrium Reflect Free: , add also a good adblocker, such as uBlock Origin and HTTPS Everywhere.
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  4. jasonX

    jasonX Giveaways Moderator Staff Member

    Am not in the know of the new ESS and SpyShelter Firewall but can you use ESS without the firewall? Or leave it just unticked or off?

    The last time I used ESS I was looking for a way to install the rest except/without the firewall module but there wasn't any way to do it. Ended up using Eset NOD 32 with my ESS license and paired it with the now defunct Outpost Firewall Pro.
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  5. ant_gamal

    ant_gamal Member

    I use both together
    Many friends adviced me to disable ss firewall
    Cos great eset firewall hips option

    If you need to use another firewall disable option in eset

    No option in installing eset to avoid install firewall
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  6. ant_gamal

    ant_gamal Member

    I got zemana license giveaway later and I added. It to realtime

    Also malwarebytes giveaway added it
    But I disabled some options

    I use the best of each software in realtime
    And others on-demand
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  7. revC0de

    revC0de MTAC Moderator Staff Member

    I agree with the above suggestions, but above all, I would like to focus on the extreme importance of a backup/restore plan because losing your data is the worst nightmare: think to a ransomware infection.
    This step is very important to understand the importance of prevention, a backup (copy your data on an external support, for instance) done regularly will avoid you banging your head against a wall...
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