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    Not much in my opinion, it activates the...

    Not much in my opinion, it activates the firewall, and automatic application updating, and other features might even be the cause of some people's perceptions with MBAM conflict, as it can be...
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    As far as catching every defined malware out...

    As far as catching every defined malware out there, yes - many of them fall down - but malware have literally millions of definitions out there and expecting everyone of them to be included in any...
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    I've had the same experience, and also trouble...

    I've had the same experience, and also trouble with some of the other top rated AVs - My experience with my clients has AVAST as the one to use, as you will not need any help from them about their...
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    In my honeypot tests - the standard IE-11 browser...

    In my honeypot tests - the standard IE-11 browser blocked about 85% of all attacks that were not zero day malware. In fact, I quit testing websites for effectiveness, because I had to blow through...
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    I have Vista Ultimate 64bit and it has everything...

    I have Vista Ultimate 64bit and it has everything but the imaging capability for backup. I've tested it several times, because I experiment with cable systems, and it hasn't let me down yet. I really...
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    Oh! I'll admit, I'm lazy - thanks all for the...

    Oh! I'll admit, I'm lazy - thanks all for the posts. i'm surprised the Windows imaging backup worked so well! My version of Windows doesn't have it - but I do have the upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate,...
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    I suppose it depends..

    If your data is critical, then yes; maybe it is better if the write head only passes over one partition used for images only. That way if the external drive crashes, it is more likely to happen on...
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    I agree with Retired Geek..

    I use Macrium too, and in my case I use a plug in module drive and remove it right after backup. I don't like making incremental back up images, even though there is nothing wrong with that - I just...
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    That would be my best guess at the moment too. ...

    That would be my best guess at the moment too.

    I have run into malware that could survive a complete factory reinstall, so I assume an image could be subverted too. For these problems, I had to...
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    For the last decade the only time I've had a...

    For the last decade the only time I've had a problem with Avast, was because someone installed it on an infected machine, and the obvious warfare that resulted was devastating to the client. Blaming...
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    I've never had a problem with Avast on Vista Home...

    I've never had a problem with Avast on Vista Home Premium or Ultimate. I have had problems with Microsoft updates - especially .NET - I've learned that doing the .NET hotfixes last, every patch...
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    I've experienced this with other sites too,...

    I've experienced this with other sites too, apparently some websites think there is a security feature in presenting the User ID first. I have to disaggree that LastPass cannot handle this - If the...
  13. Anybody tried AdBlock Plus for Android? Seems...

    Anybody tried AdBlock Plus for Android? Seems like that could solve a lot of problems! I didn't even look to see if NoScript is available.

    Good article BTW Michael! :D
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    For anyone else reading this post, I hope it is...

    For anyone else reading this post, I hope it is clear that you can easily configure ABP to allow on selected sites; and it will remember that URL. I always click it so it turns green, for sites that...
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    Ie-9

    I notice the OZ site doen't work with mplayer, I noticed mplayer won't work on any site that uses it. I don't suppose Silverlight helps in those situations, but I probably won't do anything about it...
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    Good luck!:)

    Good luck!:)
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    It is true that you can run two AV with one of...

    It is true that you can run two AV with one of them disabled, you can also run a cloud based AV with a traditional design. I used to test Prevx Safe On-Line with some success, but you never use Prevx...
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    I really can't argue with that except in...

    I really can't argue with that except in reference to running in conjunction with another AV. Obviously you cannot run two AV at once, and apparently EAM is also an anti-virus, because my system...
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    Thanks for checking - it must have been a...

    Thanks for checking - it must have been a temporary blip - but I saw it none the less - blame Last Pass if you care too. Thanks for responding!
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    In my not so humble opinion - the NSA is violating my 4rth, 5th, and 10th Amendment rights, and no war footing is excuse enough to implement their draconian schemes. We fought the American Revolution...
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    Very true to my situation and honeypot tests. I...

    Very true to my situation and honeypot tests. I am now using Emisoft's Mamutu, which will be dropped in October unfortunately. :(

    This amazing HIPS found every one my my DRM spy programs put in my...
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    Speaking of security concerns, I couldn't help...

    Speaking of security concerns, I couldn't help noticing that your logon window is not hiding the password for now - it used to truncate it to bullets. (latest Comodo Dragon version of browser)
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  23. Sorry satrow - I don't work for Trusteer, so...

    Sorry satrow - I don't work for Trusteer, so wouldn't have the data - Most of my clients are nearly indigent; but if Rapport is giving them fits, and they want rid of it - I advise them to stop doing...
  24. It auto updates with no user intervention, even...

    It auto updates with no user intervention, even if they are operating as a limited account. Any user who is connected to the internet, and the machine is on, will get the update, much like most...
  25. This vulnerability was for a previous version and...

    This vulnerability was for a previous version and they are already at version 1208.44. Trusteer is constantly updating Rapport to attempt to keep up with or stay ahead of the criminals. As far as the...
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