securty help

  snoopygirl 22:18 18 Dec 2007

i use spyware terminator,ad-aware,advanced windows care,ccleaner,superantispyware,spyware blaster,comodo firewall,avast antivirus,winaso registry optimizer, could any one tell me if i am using too much thanks

  citadel 22:25 18 Dec 2007

av and firewall is all I use.

  mrwoowoo 22:26 18 Dec 2007

Slightly paranoid i would say (O:!
You only have to have one of each type running at any one time to avoid conflicts.
superantispyware as it scans in realtime and stops spyware getting on your pc in the first place,where as with terminator you have to scan your pc.
avast is fine.
comodo is fine.
nothing wrong with scanning with different programmes at certain times as they sometimes pick things up the other programmes don't.
you seem pretty well covered.

  snoopygirl 22:28 18 Dec 2007

mrwoowoo would you say it was to much

  snoopygirl 22:32 18 Dec 2007

mrwoowoo superantispyware isnt in real time because i am using free adition

  mrwoowoo 22:50 18 Dec 2007

superanti spyware pro is free and scans in real time.(muddled them up there)
It's still better than terminator as it picks up more.
Still,i think you've got it all covered.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 23:32 18 Dec 2007

Ye Gods!


  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 23:32 18 Dec 2007

Max required

1 Anti virus
1 firewall

1 blocker (spyware blaster)
1 real time scanner
1 backup scanner

1 startup watcher
1 Antispam

Some Antispy will contain a start up watcher

  woodchip 23:37 18 Dec 2007

I don't use any. I only have my Modem\Router Firewall that is set on High. Plus My AV

  Devil Fish 23:45 18 Dec 2007

spyware terminator does offer real time protection

its all i use alongside my AV and firewall

  MCE2K5 00:51 19 Dec 2007

I might not be all that bright, But could all that Anti-Whatever be slowing down your virgin 20 meg BB to the slow BB speed you are getting.
click here

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