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Reconz1182

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Share your Security Configuration!

[align=center]Information[/center]

Operating System:

UAC Settings:

32bit or 64bit:


[center]Security Config[/center]

Anti-Virus:

Anti-Malware:

Privacy:

Backup/Recovery:

Web Browser:

Extensions/Plugins:

Password Manager:

Other:

Edited by Reconz1182, 15 November 2014 - 01:38 PM.

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Reconz1182,

 

I moved your topic to the Off-topic forum. The Virus, Spyware, and Malware Removal Forum is only for those people seeking help with malware removal, and the restrictions on that forum would prevent anyone other than a staff member from replying anyway. 

 

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could be quite interesting so i'll go first, any not shown are none or not applicable.

 

Operating System: linux, version open suse 64bit.

 

Backup/Recovery: don't have a fixed or regular backup strategy but clonzilla is used for drive imaging when i do need something.

 

Web Browser: firefox version 33

 

Extensions/Plugins: adblock+, user agent overrider, trackerblock,

 

:popcorn:


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hazard209

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Information

Operating System: Xubuntu 14.04 LTS/Windows 7 Ultimate dual boot

32bit or 64bit: 64-bit


Security Config

Anti-Virus: Bitdefender Total Security 2015

Anti-Malware: Malwarebytes Free, SuperAntiSpyware Free

Privacy: IPVanish/JonDo/ProxyCap

Backup/Recovery: External HDD, iDrive

Web Browser: Latest Chrome and Firefox

Extensions/Plugins: For Chrome: AdBlock, Privacy Badger, AVG Do Not Track, User-Agent Switcher, HTTPS Everywhere, ScriptSafe

For Firefox: AdBlock Plus, HTTPS Everywhere, NoScript, JonDoFox, Ghostery, Privacy Badger, Random Agent Spoofer, DoNotTrackMe


Edited by hazard209, 18 November 2014 - 08:12 AM.

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My turn hehe

 

[align=center]Information[/center]

Operating System: Windows 8.1

UAC Settings: Off (only cause its only me and my sister that is using my laptop, and she wont install anything or go onto sites that she is unsure of)

32bit or 64bit: 64bit


[center]Security Config[/center]

Anti-Virus: Kaspersky Total Security

Anti-MalwareKaspersky Total Security

Privacy: ABP, Kaspersky Total Security

Backup/Recovery: I have a 1TB hard drive, as well as, file recovery is active.

Web Browser: Google Chrome

Extensions/Plugins: Kaspersky Protection, ABP, Ghostery, 

Password Manager: My brain

Other: Crap Cleaner,  Iobit Uninstaller, Hardware Firewall, IP Address changing, Mac Filters, Password on network access, strong password for my wifi, IDS, IPS, Software firewall, Parental Control, Webcam blocker, NDS.  ALSO thinking I MIGHT put Prey on my laptop again.


Edited by KiwiProbie, 11 December 2014 - 09:05 PM.

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