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What are your most favourite third party security applications?

Post by ssj100 on 26/4/2010, 10:19

Fire away! You can pick more than one.


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Re: What are your most favourite third party security applications?

Post by Guest on 26/4/2010, 11:37

Well,surprise!! Surprise!! I vote Sandboxie and ShadowDefender in alphabetical order!!


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Post by eXPerience on 1/5/2010, 13:39

Where's the option : nothing ? Very Happy

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Post by ssj100 on 1/5/2010, 16:04

Nice one eXPerience haha.

By the way, I read you (publically) resigned from being a Comodo moderator. Could that be one reason for formatting? That is, getting rid of all Comodo products?

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Post by eXPerience on 1/5/2010, 17:29

ssj100 wrote:Nice one eXPerience haha.

By the way, I read you (publically) resigned from being a Comodo moderator. Could that be one reason for formatting? That is, getting rid of all Comodo products?
For a part yes Smile. Also had to much clutter on my pc and stuff I didn't use pirat
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Re: What are your most favourite third party security applications?

Post by wingman on 24/5/2010, 00:56

FirstDefense-ISR, the original. No longer being offered.
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Post by Guest on 24/5/2010, 02:29

me too!
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Post by ssj100 on 24/5/2010, 06:35

wingman wrote:FirstDefense-ISR, the original. No longer being offered.

I don't really consider imaging or rollback type software as "security applications". Why? Mainly because they don't really "protect" you. In my opinion, they are more accurately defined as "back-up applications", which some might argue is also a type of security.

But yes, I've also tested FirstDefense-ISR myself and it's very nice. It's pretty much a dead end now though, as I've read that the company have abandoned any further development of FirstDefense products. Also when it comes to imaging, nothing comes simpler than Drive SnapShot - a program you don't even need to install and that runs off a 280Kb file!

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Post by wingman on 24/5/2010, 07:19

ssj100 wrote:
wingman wrote:FirstDefense-ISR, the original. No longer being offered.

I don't really consider imaging or rollback type software as "security applications". Why? Mainly because they don't really "protect" you. In my opinion, they are more accurately defined as "back-up applications", which some might argue is also a type of security.

But yes, I've also tested FirstDefense-ISR myself and it's very nice. It's pretty much a dead end now though, as I've read that the company have abandoned any further development of FirstDefense products. Also when it comes to imaging, nothing comes simpler than Drive SnapShot - a program you don't even need to install and that runs off a 280Kb file!

I didn't know if this program would be accepted? But it has saved me many times from reformatting.
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Post by ssj100 on 24/5/2010, 08:13

wingman wrote:
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wingman wrote:FirstDefense-ISR, the original. No longer being offered.

I don't really consider imaging or rollback type software as "security applications". Why? Mainly because they don't really "protect" you. In my opinion, they are more accurately defined as "back-up applications", which some might argue is also a type of security.

But yes, I've also tested FirstDefense-ISR myself and it's very nice. It's pretty much a dead end now though, as I've read that the company have abandoned any further development of FirstDefense products. Also when it comes to imaging, nothing comes simpler than Drive SnapShot - a program you don't even need to install and that runs off a 280Kb file!

I didn't know if this program would be accepted? But it has saved me many times from reformatting.

If you are even needing to think about reformatting because of malware infestation, perhaps you need to think of how to improve your actual security setup/approach. As I said, restoring an image or rolling back to a previous state due to malware infestation isn't really a form of security, as it usually means your actual security setup/approach has failed to protect you. But then again, products like Shadow Defender sort of "roll back" to a previous state too - perhaps the key difference is that you can actually recover specific things to the REAL system while still in Shadow Mode.

Anyway, let's compromise and you can just vote "Other" haha.

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Post by Danny on 29/7/2010, 16:40

Prevx is really good but now i have probles with my license Sad
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Re: What are your most favourite third party security applications?

Post by secret365 on 29/7/2010, 17:14

I have been using DefenseWall since 2006.


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Post by fsr on 29/7/2010, 18:54

secret365 wrote:I have been using DefenseWall since 2006.


I have been using Sandboxie for many, many years too, i like it so much 2 yrs ago i upgraded to payed version. No regrets! Very Happy

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Post by Jlelono on 29/7/2010, 19:13

My favourite: Avira and MBAM
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Post by Soyabeaner on 14/8/2010, 00:07

Not exactly Comdo "Firewall", but Comodo "Defense+" now that I have Windows 7.

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Re: What are your most favourite third party security applications?

Post by ALIV on 27/8/2010, 07:40

Possibly splitting hairs here, but isn't MSE actually a first party application?

I voted Sandboxie. Have appreciated it for years now.
Used to be very big on DefenseWall as well, but haven't been on x86 for a while now.
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Re: What are your most favourite third party security applications?

Post by ssj100 on 27/8/2010, 09:09

ALIV wrote:Possibly splitting hairs here, but isn't MSE actually a first party application?

Yes, you're right in a way. I suppose since it doesn't come on the default Windows install, it's arguably "third-party" (although relative to "Microsoft", it's not).

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Post by exesi on 1/2/2011, 03:34

MBAM and Sandboxie.
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Post by Spacker on 17/4/2011, 14:26

Malewarebytes and sandboxie, althought i do like avira also but i havent used it since switching to win7.

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Post by BattleField on 23/6/2014, 19:35

I'm is layered security by Faronics i.e. combination of Deep Freeze (system restore software) + anti-virus + anti-executable. Strong and robust solution.

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