Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'antivirus'.


More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • The Hub
    • General Discussion
    • Tech News
    • Off Topic
    • LTT Official
    • Forum Information
  • Computer Hardware
    • Graphics Cards
    • CPUs, Motherboards, and Memory
    • Cases and Power Supplies
    • Liquid and Exotic Cooling
    • Air Cooling
    • Peripherals
    • Audio
    • Storage Devices
    • Displays
    • Networking
    • Servers and NAS
  • The Workbench
    • Build Logs
    • New Builds and Planning
    • Troubleshooting
    • Case Modding and Other Mods
    • Hobby Electronics
  • Software
    • Operating Systems
    • Programs, Apps and Websites
    • Programming
  • Video Games
    • Looking For Group
    • PC Gaming
    • Mobile Gaming
    • Console Gaming
    • Esports
  • Consumer Electronics
    • Laptops and Pre-Built Systems
    • Phones and Tablets
    • Home Theater Equipment
    • Photography and Videography
  • Community
    • Folding@home, Boinc, and Coin Mining
    • Member Reviews
    • Guides and Tutorials
    • Hot Deals

Blogs

  • Growing up. An Aussie Thechy
  • Ramblings of a recluse.
  • Bleedman0xx's Den of Experimentation
  • Day by day life goes on...
  • Megadarkwood's Blog
  • Ssoele's Blog
  • Forum talk with Lil Chillbil
  • wng_kingsley7's Blog
  • [Game Dev Log] Unnamed FPS
  • Konker777's_Blog
  • IdeaStormer's Blog
  • gastew15's Blog
  • LoGiCalDrm's Thoughts
  • ericlee30's Blog
  • A day in the life of brownninja97
  • Slayr's room
  • looney's Blog
  • ASSASSIN's outpost
  • Bluejay0's Nest
  • EpicGeekonFire's Blog
  • rianjp16's PC parts list
  • TheSLSAMG's Garage
  • nsyedhasan's search for jiggabeets
  • TEC Blogs
  • Why i love / hate web development
  • Steam Controller
  • Vitalius' Blog
  • Wpirobotbuilder's Blog
  • Storage Blog
  • Material which is knowingly false and/or defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, profane, sexually
  • Whaler_99's Happy Fun House Blog
  • Juurus' Blog
  • SkullAbyss' Blogs
  • Tunnel Vision
  • Tea1337's Blog
  • Flyin' Flymaster | Theatrical Rigging
  • Personal PC/Storage/Infrastructure/Network
  • The Depths of Technology
  • WinNut's Train Barn
  • Zach.No.
  • Haralds55's Blog
  • amazing life
  • I Need help fast BUDGET $2200 (including mouse, keyboard etc)
  • R9 280x
  • R9 280x
  • R9 280x
  • Osmium's fabulous page of rants and stuff!
  • Brapson's Bag of Thoughts
  • First PC build. Any Suggestions?
  • Radiators
  • Alpha17x's Blog
  • ThatGammerKid's Blog
  • seabass9990's Rant and Pondering Blog
  • Jogostar's Blog
  • Matt Robinson Tech Views
  • The Thoughts Of Delons
  • terere93's Blog
  • terere93's Blog
  • MyBF4pc's Blog
  • Chris7013's Blog
  • Manuel99's Blog
  • SSOB Or nothing
  • DIY NAS
  • VPN Service
  • FocusBoxHero
  • The blog which is SeriuzBuzinez
  • Jason Jamelo's Blog
  • REXOR456's Blog
  • LeeToby's Blog
  • PC Build need help on whats needed
  • sharif's Blog
  • Alex_A90's Blog
  • mettler0618's Blog
  • SpurnOfHumanity's Blog
  • Jasecore's Blog
  • JAYJAYBEE303's blog
  • bwh5816's Blog
  • crappydog1050's Blog
  • crappydog1050's Blog
  • hard decision between amd fx 9590 or intel core i7 4770k?, please no fanboy
  • New 700$ Build Need Help First Time Builder.
  • Asesino Tom's Blog
  • TRIGUND's Blog
  • Volbet's Firehouse
  • Jake Taylor's Blog
  • Old truck is new again
  • Vince_DL's Blog
  • Does it love you back?
  • rippedj's Blog
  • antoainb's Rant n' Stuff Blog
  • spider monkey's Blog
  • Ynkeeblood9's Blog
  • Check my specs!
  • It's not original, but it'll do.
  • kriege's Blog
  • Fooshi's blog about music
  • EmotionalSloth's Blog
  • Polandball Comics
  • Android on x86
  • help with a motherboard
  • phoenixgamer912's Blog
  • SaleemVFX's Blog
  • kingbf4's Blog
  • R4 Build Log
  • Helios79's Blog
  • DecryptedDrive
  • DecryptedDrive_LOCAL
  • r9 280x reference card
  • LawrenceBarnes's Blog
  • SpikeyMikey21's Blog
  • wolftoy's Blog
  • Tymakz's random thoughts!
  • uli
  • Minnesota Strong's Blog
  • The AMD Radeon R7 260X
  • Needalight's Blog
  • thetitanzorg130's Blog
  • A little help here
  • need help picking a keyboard
  • aken's Blog
  • SP.2 PRODUCTORY Blog
  • Switching to Linux Permanently
  • Q Talks About...
  • Ten Year old's build
  • miku126's Blog
  • Msxander99's Blog
  • LUCIFER's Blog
  • The Rabbit Hole
  • Corsair 250d Case window dimentions
  • PoonDad's Blog
  • Raining_Pixel's Cheap A** Game Devlog
  • thresh41's Blog
  • DildorTheDecent's Blog
  • Minibeast's Blog
  • Nikolas' Blog
  • tenmoleyhendens' Blog
  • Pebbleberries' Blog
  • Maxwit44's Blog
  • Mr.Sommer's Blog
  • AMD's Path to Being Debt Free and Successful
  • The Dude Speaks...
  • Automatic Intelligent Rig Assembler
  • ObeseWalrus' Blog
  • AlWinwood's Technology Blog
  • JonnysWeb Blog
  • USB DRIVE VS. SSD DRIVE
  • mvitkun's Blog
  • SgtRafsta's blog bout life
  • KareemGhanameh's Blog
  • my life sucks
  • Addlinny's Games and Tech
  • zadda1's First Blog
  • Killaknight's Blog
  • estil's Blog
  • MeNotAliveHD's Blog
  • dizmo's Blog
  • TrueOgre's Blog
  • AHappyDugong's Blog
  • New build! \o/
  • MrDucco's Blog
  • vintarq's Blog
  • Canopus72
  • SwagMoney557's Blog
  • Rants
  • Custom Modding My Custom PC | Grant_gwdigi_Tech
  • Alejandro31's Blog
  • supersaltyname's Blog
  • supersaltyname's Blog
  • ASUS Maximus VII Formula ROG Z97 and Gigabyte Z97X-GAMING G1 WIFI-BK Motherboard
  • My Week with Jarvis
  • ridge1002's Blog
  • djdwosk97's Blog
  • eagertolearn
  • JIT's Gaming and All Around Tech Blog
  • saif's Blog
  • techswede's Ramblings
  • Lanoi's Track
  • Macbook Pro Retina Review Over Time
  • Enigma's Blog
  • 4980HQ Experiments
  • s00cl0se's Blog
  • NovaFlux on Computers, idiots, and how shits so damn expensive
  • -Cole-'s Blog
  • A10Tech
  • I need help for a video editing/gaming/recording processor
  • M e T r i X's Blog
  • SLI compatibility
  • Victoria277's Blog
  • GhostWindGamer's Final Ranting Place
  • Build Log Blog
  • Intel Integrated Graphics Development: Pure Speculation
  • the unknown's Blog
  • ImOnTheComputer's Blog
  • Nvidia VS AMD: AMD's Advantage
  • zadda1's Blog
  • PaulCahilig's Blog
  • I need some help
  • My new pc isn't working
  • Failures of Ubuntu: An Enthusiast's and Programmer's Perspective
  • adenoidpeak66's Blog
  • I Need To Build Budget Gaming Pc
  • My Tech World and Reviews
  • I have my list of parts to do a PC. How do you rank it?
  • The ULTIMATE Watch_Dogs Optimisation
  • LukaP's Mac G5 CaseMod
  • Its not a blog just dont know how to post
  • I need Evolve Key please message me if you have one
  • tacodemauro's Blog
  • Syntaxvgm's Blog
  • Sho's Blog
  • a day in the life of a student
  • WoW is fun and finals are coming...
  • Welcome templete
  • Banana Milk's Blog
  • Guardian 75's Blog
  • Armitage's Blog
  • i need help with steam
  • Chronicles of the LHS Computer Club
  • R_Kaplan23's Blog
  • pantsRoptional's Blog
  • •[]•-PCMC ℂaℒℒ-ℊIrℒs Ѻ7Ѻ578IѺIѺ4 _=_ Ѻ976775824Ѻ Baner-PiMpri EscOrts Service-Hinjewadi, Dehu rOad Call Girls
  • AdoreMe's Blog
  • yeasin's Blog
  • HeathcliffGR's Blog
  • JScott03's Blog
  • heartleyj's Blog
  • Razer_Intel's Blog
  • Random drivel
  • ShaunHawkwright's Blog
  • ChameleonGuy's Help
  • hillbill549's Blog
  • Help With My Gaming PC Build?
  • G E E K A Z O I D
  • Where are the GTX 970/ 980 8GB Versions?
  • panozy's Blog
  • panozy's Blog
  • Dreamo's Blog
  • Nitz's Blog
  • intel ssd upgrade BSOD
  • Amethyst Castle
  • Buttertoast's Blog
  • I need help
  • Jobo's Blog
  • littlemanbigdreams' Blog
  • heatherheidi89's Blog
  • What Inspires Me
  • geoyul's Blog
  • Lays' Blog
  • domdom116's Blog
  • what new should i get?
  • tTrReEvVnOeRl909's Blog
  • jal12795's Blog
  • The Hermit's Corner
  • Persuasion Blog For class
  • Unfinished Pieces
  • vStatic Zer0's Blog
  • Nickzoom's Blog
  • Desert_Storm_'s Blog
  • Things Nowak Says
  • kamdevvashikaranmantrasBlog
  • blackmagicspe££ Blog
  • amin.a.nakhjavani's Blog
  • DxD~'s Blog
  • Anthony's Apartment
  • U can't take my Sweg
  • eestimees50000's Blog
  • Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition w/ 300 W power supply?
  • I blogged
  • first pc build
  • shadakak's Blog
  • SSD and hard drive config?
  • Smokey Attempts: PC On The Wall (Drawer)
  • Smokey Attempts: The Red Mod
  • Smokey's Chronicles
  • darkreaver's Blog
  • Helionet's Blog
  • Current Events and General Overviews
  • Rexibous' Blog
  • creatureofthecave's Blog
  • reRoast
  • Project Retroid
  • Good android phones
  • tterbkcots' Blog
  • mustaphaist's Blog
  • 1823alex's Blog
  • KESS_217's Blog
  • zenithar's Blog
  • Toms' rants about Esports and CS:GO
  • Brother PC Build
  • Swndlr's CSGO Skin Showroom
  • Swndlr's CSGO Skin Showroom
  • jmad2011's Blog
  • Child's Play
  • Teknoligie
  • buum's Blog
  • Brad.Neil's Blog
  • Upgrade build
  • Kendo's Blog
  • adzzkasper101's Blog
  • Kavala Checkpoint
  • Tower Builds
  • is amd still good for editing
  • † Tech Tips Christian Fellowship †
  • krishi's Blog
  • Where I post so I don't spam my statuses
  • Prastupok's Rants and Thoughts on life and computers.
  • My PC Upgrade Blog
  • zeldafan19's Blog
  • bigirishman's Blog
  • SSL's Blog
  • knkritpillw's Blog
  • knkritpillw's Blog
  • HiddenTLR's Blog
  • Steve83990's Blog
  • qwertywarrior's Blogimm not allowed on offtopic so im gonna post here
  • MustafaNL's Blog
  • Cool idea for new office/super fun time
  • Cool idea for new office/super fun time
  • help me remember
  • FloRolf's incredible Blog
  • murz's blog
  • Nvidia GTX 660 ti wanted
  • Sarbartha's Blog
  • The Mechanical Experience
  • YeahLOLNo's Casual N00b Blog
  • Le boring life of Zach
  • Biferony's Blog
  • russell dahms2's Blog
  • Slim 24 Pro India
  • prashanth13's Blog
  • madtomzxc's Blog
  • Power Supply
  • orangemonster's gaming rig
  • need help GPU not working!
  • which GPU?
  • Speedierbug's Blog
  • Building My First Gaming PC
  • BIG BIG GIVEAWAY
  • jitflexx's Blog
  • Joysontp's Blog
  • ImTamTam's Blog
  • Backfishr's Blog
  • The Great Vessel Giveaway
  • normix123's Blog
  • Backfishr's Blog
  • Vessel giveaway
  • Durairaja's Blog
  • Molivas1998's Blog
  • CriminalReaper's Blog
  • Lukas Jonneryd's Blog
  • Big Giveaway
  • SidWiz's Blog
  • SidWiz's Blog
  • SidWiz's Blog
  • SidWiz's Blog
  • Tedjej's Blog
  • Robin Tharu's Blog
  • Sam_Walker's Blog
  • Sam_Walker's Blog
  • Shark Vader's Blog
  • Craig;Strachan's Blog
  • moodyjake16's Blog
  • GamingGab's Blog
  • giveaway
  • KappasUnite's Blog
  • gary123
  • Big Giveaway!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Mat123's Blog
  • AugustG1's Blog
  • RaymondB's Blog
  • BIg Giveway
  • TobbeDeVall's Blog
  • westlee83's Blog
  • Stefan99's Blog
  • AwakenedIssues' Blog
  • Hypros' Blog
  • epilole's Blog
  • SuperiorAnion's Blog
  • Big Give Away
  • Kasper Friis Kristensen's Blog
  • Jimmy's Blog
  • TheDrunkenBear's Blog
  • StaticZebra1's Blog
  • StaticZebra1's Blog
  • Vessel Giveaway
  • LordSquire's Blog
  • Kabeltrommel's Blog
  • blacknight642's Blog
  • golgeter100's Blog
  • Autumn_Elephant's Blog
  • Linus giveaway
  • awesomepossum's Blog
  • navjeet321's Blog
  • navjeet321's Blog
  • linus give away on vessel
  • Linus giveaway
  • Uber giveaway
  • jmotl96's Blog
  • dildo_baggins' Blog
  • Silverstar233's Blog
  • Vesselll
  • Big Giveaway
  • YourComputerGeek's Blog
  • TMLK's Blog
  • Onka's Blog
  • xtianlegaspi's Blog
  • x4biddenxgrimmx's Blog
  • Smrda123's Blog
  • GooBado's Blog
  • PandaOwl2's Blog
  • Big Giveaway
  • Veljko's Blog
  • roarreduce's Blog
  • Vessel Giveaway
  • gamingbanta 1's Blog
  • Big Giveaway :D
  • Stef's Blog
  • Big Giveaway :-))))))
  • JaylChambersIII's Blog
  • Big giveaway!
  • Big giveaway!
  • Big Giveaway
  • All good things must come to an end
  • KimSH's Blog
  • big giveaway
  • Big giveaway
  • Aetherial's Realm of Things
  • Big givaway
  • Big Givaway
  • Best Computer Cases under, $80
  • Thebman712's Blog
  • mmuller2015's Blog
  • Maxdepalma's Blog
  • fishhydra1's Blog
  • safwanroslan's Blog
  • xXINDUSRTALXx's Blog
  • Justgotdunkedandrekt's Blog
  • maad's Blog
  • NoobDude's Blog
  • my mice issues
  • duileilome's Blog
  • mahrok's Blog
  • Slick's Blog
  • levidittrich's Blog
  • Editing program For gtx 900 series
  • Ctrl's Blog
  • TheGreatMage Gaming's Blog
  • HELLFOX's Blog
  • kingston ssdnow v300 120gb not recognized on windows
  • myrddinshadows' Blog
  • Gaming PC need it at ~$650-700
  • David Jones
  • mrousavy_'s Blog
  • IGeorge Blog
  • HexGamingYT's PC Case And Motherboard Blog
  • DudleyTM's Blog
  • saadkat6666's Blog
  • Maitrik's Blog
  • dustincarlton88's Blog
  • Pugs501's Blog
  • the ongoing build battle
  • Ellie's Hella Pooter Blog
  • Question
  • aylmao.moe
  • Strando123's Blog
  • dr_deconstruct's Blog
  • IronGamart's Blog
  • KBH's Blog
  • High Performance Computing For Dummies
  • Custom PC Build Guide
  • Guys Please Help!
  • ilias_ragkousis' Blog
  • Butters_420's Blog
  • JoeStoutatl's Blog
  • zappian's Blog
  • JurunceNK's Blog
  • Procesador
  • Fx 6300 With gtx 960 or r9 280x is best
  • ThatGuyWhoTwirlsHisPen's Blog
  • Moving to the PC Master Race
  • Tf2 spycrab raffle
  • f5alcon's Blog
  • Need Help With GPU Choice
  • What should I buy for video editing?
  • NDY777's Blog
  • dragonballz's Blog
  • Agent80085's Blog
  • Tech and Gadgets Archive
  • Tex63's Blog
  • help tips and tricks
  • killerfox1977's Blog
  • CoolaxGaming's LTT life
  • tnt's insane inside
  • Best builds around $600
  • Casper The Cat
  • Where did you get this?
  • Asus 24" VG248QE or BenQ XL2411Z
  • Life of a Techie
  • G33k 4 L1F3's Blog
  • Prof.TEACHER's Blog
  • RasenShuriken's Blog
  • Bazinga's Pc?
  • My $1000 Gaming Pc Build
  • A new way to watercool a pc? And an hybrid solution!
  • please help me
  • Can this pc run gta 5 at 60fps
  • Neater123's Blog
  • noor's Blog
  • Project Zoe
  • Medieval kingpin
  • Vinski's Blog
  • 775 Monster
  • My life as 1 of 2 PC builders in the family
  • osx maverick virtual machine
  • Izaibo's Blog
  • Tharusha's Blog
  • Maricruz8500's Blog
  • First Water Cooling Build
  • Cryless' Blog
  • realtek decide to block 7.1 software playback
  • My Bookmarks
  • Sgt.Puggsly's Blog
  • Pepijnn2's Blog
  • Used GTX 970 vs GTX 980, Which should I get?
  • Suemael's Blog
  • My first gaming PC
  • zodiac
  • Where to Buy Asus NX90?
  • Building a 600€ gaming PC
  • HanselPutra370's Blog
  • Falx II: The AMD rig that could.
  • Falx IV: The Next Generation.
  • Phoenix: The bundle of suprises.
  • Dis is confusing
  • TheNinjaElite's Blog
  • GameCast News Weekly
  • LukaP's Blog
  • Can my PSU handle this build? (Especially my GPU)
  • PepeSilvia's 1st Build research
  • NAR31K's Blog
  • UCGAMEPC's Blog
  • gundamboy123's Blog
  • razer product problem
  • Demetria's Blog
  • Dabobminable's Blog
  • Darth Morbis (Build and Showcase)
  • Need Help!
  • Michael26's Blog
  • souviksundargh2's Blog
  • jivan's Blog
  • deavmi's Blog
  • AgentEddie99's Blog
  • Tayer's Blog
  • xps 13 vs thinkpad t450s
  • Ram Upgrate???
  • Rashy's Blog
  • kalyan chand's Blog
  • illegallybrowned's Blog
  • Kay@'s Blog
  • Frost Ninja's Blog
  • Computer Case Project
  • Looks at my suit!
  • Soham Amin's Blog
  • samsterling's Blog
  • Project Cove
  • JakobRosell's Blog
  • Deadpool9011's Blog
  • ronickz's Blog
  • tebinsta's Blog
  • ElvanOng's Blog
  • Dispelling some R9 300 series confusion
  • john lorenzo patayon's Blog
  • The Bleeding Edge
  • STRMfrmXMN's whitelist of PSUs
  • AK Angel's Blog
  • TechXero's LTT Blog
  • Random things with a raspberry pi
  • The Development of Neon
  • Zeruel's Blog
  • Multithreaded Game Template Code
  • rivalrifle's Blog
  • Pc Blog
  • Raid Zero Danger?
  • WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR
  • A wee bit if help needed
  • Can hear but when I talk into mic my friends can hear me with the SS 9h
  • Jlryan's Blog
  • +Core ? vs Faster Core ?
  • Harryoclegg484's Blog
  • JOEJOE20's Blog
  • Tommy-b-10's Server Build
  • Lowering the voltage
  • Cockpit Creation
  • Needing a good laptop for school under about 1000 euros or under
  • Taylor borie's Blog
  • is this pc good
  • Harry Sidhu's Blog
  • Brakes on Driverless Cars
  • Rohanm's Blog
  • Recommendations for water cooling
  • Herping And Derping With Zexen
  • Keven_Z's Blog
  • Polgara's Blog
  • ToastyCircle151's Blog
  • Patzemon's Blog
  • Elllie's Pooter blog with some sparkles and custard
  • joe henigan's Blog
  • OC→JoinLinusMediaGroup's Blog
  • desired70's Blog
  • The Adventure's of soaringchicken
  • Benchmark´s R7 260X
  • baxtmann's Blog
  • Bwahhh
  • mrpepo16's Blog
  • CupOfJoe's Blog
  • Alex's Tech Life
  • Jim-B's Blog
  • Are these parts decent with each other?
  • killerson69's Blog
  • Daddy-Oh's Blog
  • abhinav95's Blog
  • enrico2001's Blog
  • Help, Want to make my first Gaming PC
  • What is the differance between a 128 bit and a 256 bit graphics card?
  • *NEED HELP* NEW GAMING RIG 2015
  • Calvin10112's Blog
  • Fx 9590 Cooling
  • budget 3D modeling advise
  • Frosteler's Blog
  • AnnieSmith's Blog
  • Help with parts and bottlenecking
  • Atarexy's Blog
  • HELP ME PLEASE!!!!
  • Please help
  • SoloGamingG1's Blog
  • kamikaze_sarg's Blog
  • HELP!
  • JBPblogging
  • AVICII_USA's Blog
  • AlexAppleTips
  • albiedam32's Blog
  • Need completely over kill pc NOWWWW!!!!
  • first gaming pc build
  • ShayanLP's Blog
  • R4 Build #2
  • RAVE
  • The Rig Build
  • Sanlee Sa's Blog
  • Epiceleon's Blog
  • Desertman's Blog
  • 9blazed-fury9's Blog
  • Enderking's Blog
  • Romario9113's Blog
  • PC Spec help
  • alexit95's Blog
  • ZonkyHD
  • Please help me i'm building my first pc and I need good part's for 1,500
  • URGENT
  • Best 2011-v3 motherboard
  • SirMonti's Blog
  • PC Issues
  • DevTechTips' Blog
  • Which headphones
  • Lyngaa's Blog
  • Moosecoop's Blog
  • ryangunter1's Blog
  • Kanye90's Blog
  • LocalGook's Blog
  • Blackis_007's
  • ilance101's Blog
  • Olafny's Blog
  • jakecurrier33's Blog
  • Should i buy this prebuild pc?
  • tleejr5349's Blog
  • Bobert1011's Blog
  • Voltage computer systems
  • Nandit_HAF's Blog
  • Good price for selling a computer...
  • Tony Z's first pc
  • James's Blog
  • The-Furrbles' Blog
  • danny8632's Blog
  • Help me with my Stoomtrooper?
  • Need help with CPU bottleneck
  • My Dream PC
  • My Gaming Rig Review
  • Drummaboy57's Blog
  • A techy blog
  • WIDE SCREENS UHH :3
  • Nettot's Blog
  • AbdulQadeer's Blog
  • Jake's Tech Selects
  • TheSkylord2104's Blog
  • PSU Upgrade?
  • Thoughts from Sunshine1868
  • handymanshandle's Blog of Blogginess
  • one fault about amd GPUs
  • For the Noobs
  • SmittyWerbenJagerManJensen's Blog
  • Shyamrao's Blog
  • Dell Inspiron 15r (5520)
  • Raman_Kumar_Kharche's Blog
  • Raman_Kumar_Kharche's Blog
  • BlueMagma1's Blog
  • THE BEAST
  • Open looped water cooling
  • BigKahuna's Blog
  • pcman365's Blog
  • LoafMan's Blog
  • WanderingX7's Blog
  • viper123's Blog
  • GeorgeJacobIsANerd's Blog
  • GeorgeJacobIsANerd's Blog
  • A random PC thoughts blog
  • Systool Overclocking Infectious
  • PatonFTW's Blog
  • Motherboard & Case upgrade!
  • JonnySel007's Blog
  • Noob looking to upgrade
  • Scrapyard Wars Ideas
  • VintageThief's Blog
  • MangoIce's Blog
  • a2j_'s Blog
  • Kanoire's Blog
  • Toysoldiers35's Blog
  • Flappie's Blog
  • Andria's Blog
  • x_xMDFKx_x's Blog
  • Guywhoneedshelp's Blog
  • 3drenderings123's Blog
  • New pc for under 750$
  • Hackintosh Under 5000 USD
  • Sekhon's Blog
  • B4USAWME's Blog
  • Computer turns on but no display output...
  • Please Help
  • Harry__Bird's Blog
  • Noob Builder
  • Love Minecraft Blog
  • AC Router Help
  • kiwicasper's Blog
  • Sound Card suggestions?
  • New Cars Review Blog
  • SteelHaddock's Blog
  • Honda dream of life
  • Gaming Monitor
  • Using Microsoft Edge
  • AurorasDestiny's Blog
  • AIO to Dsktop plan
  • Xboxfreak's Blog
  • redlimerock's Blog
  • Choosing a UPS battery backup
  • tibosuys_'s Blog
  • Windows on a laptop?
  • Gaming/Work-Horse PC
  • B1tKru5h3r (My workstation)
  • Ultraretrotech
  • cestigoy375's Blog
  • MrNeeds2know's Blog
  • Xenift's BuildVille
  • TELL US YOUR PC SPECS
  • LTT Audio Sub Recommended Audio Gear
  • arnab_razor's Blog
  • sonic72391's Blog
  • MrUnknownEMC's Christmas Giveaway
  • shadowbyte
  • HADA's Blog
  • GSTARR
  • Vicyo's Free Time
  • Cow House
  • Star Wars Movie Review
  • SteelHaddock's Blog 2
  • New Pc Startup issue
  • WDC's Blog
  • eoinmuirhead's Blog
  • I NEED HELP!!!
  • IKNOWIMBOSS' Blog
  • zakaria jouimaa's Blog
  • Corsair K30 Raptor Lighting Effects
  • Kevin2015's Blog
  • My Random Creations
  • Making video games (or at least trying
  • Mohammadhussain's Blog
  • BigJigglyPanda's Blog
  • odinpalen1234's Blog
  • optelic2003's Blog
  • thegamingmau5's Blog
  • CrapShackGaming's Blog
  • SnipeWay's Blog
  • Ashraf_Akon's Blog
  • Nestorrd91
  • WhOaMi-Gaming's Blog
  • LegoManPilotGaming's Blog
  • GreenJesus' Blog
  • smiddy305's Blog
  • Brutalizer's Blog
  • CameronWagers' Blog
  • Should i build a pc
  • Awesome Tech Site
  • Cool Tech Sites
  • ScarisRacer's Ramblings
  • advice on my pc
  • Jakub321's Blog
  • Weekly JaKobs
  • Help me Please
  • Vietnam Visa On Arrival
  • Solidice's Blog
  • Curious
  • LankyIvan's Blog
  • chris070163's Blog
  • heggy_1's Blog
  • RandomnessSlaya's Tech Talk.
  • Cheap PC Build
  • The epic $300 Build
  • GizmoDude52's Blog
  • Jahramika's Blog
  • CPYarger IT Services
  • Taytech
  • The Blog of An Average Tech Geek
  • PCZAVRE BLOG
  • My system automatically just run down
  • Is eSports an actual sport? I definitely think so.
  • itsMilan Creations
  • Joonikko's Blog
  • VIDEO CARDS!! (help me god)
  • Windows 7 and 10 resources and commentary
  • Team Adam
  • Learning Russian
  • Yuan
  • Opinion of my PC Build
  • a home made NAS in a desk
  • CPU Overheating on startup
  • NEED HELP
  • Lerodz8
  • Help I'm building a computer and I don't know what drivers to Insta
  • Abdul Samad
  • Malware News
  • Should I SLI? Or upgrade?
  • Modded PCS+ 390x
  • More Case Reviews?
  • Intel Nuc with dedicated graphics
  • JXZT
  • Setups
  • Suggestions for my New Gaming PC
  • The Nubby Ninja Blog
  • A PC THAT IS WORTH $1500
  • My first build will it work
  • HELP FOR SUPPORT MAXIMUM RAM LIMIT
  • gtx 960 preforming wierd
  • Build list-best for budget!
  • iamdarkyoshi's Random Stuff
  • The Truth About Beats
  • Alex
  • Making A server in the near future...
  • no post
  • Djole123 tries to Windows 95
  • Why You Shouldn't Blame Intel For the PC Performance Slowdown
  • Display Things
  • Deals
  • KRONIKL
  • DownToEarthTechtips Blog
  • Engineering log
  • Alan's Blog
  • Yurizaki's Tech Ramblings
  • Nathaniel S. Edwards
  • i5 6600k vs i7 6700k for gtx 1060
  • FrostByte: My personal rig
  • Important tips that will help you grow your business mind
  • Lovinglasvegas
  • My sort of scratch build of an ATX case.
  • PaintChips
  • Vernon Glick's Blog
  • My Hackintosh build
  • Test Blog
  • Miscellaneous
  • Life Status Update
  • Real Game Engine Code Optimization
  • Server and Networking Blog
  • Programming: You Think It, I'll Optimize It
  • LTT/Forum App schenanigans
  • Remix's Technology Blog
  • IGPU TEST-LAPTOP | SPANISH | ENGLISH | <3
  • QA Web Testing and software testing NEWS
  • Finally upgraded GPU!
  • Spicy Italian Discord Bot
  • Build Dictionary
  • Graphics Card
  • Lyft Stories: The Wild & Sad Tales of Washington's 'Finest' Passengers
  • $1000 Builds
  • Technology: PC vs Automobile
  • It's not a bug, it's a feature!
  • My Build
  • My Linux guide
  • Tech Dreamer's Thoughts Basket
  • An admittedly silly concept for a first build
  • Iphone productivity
  • Charter Email Technical Support Helpdesk 1800-721-0104
  • What if you are unable to install third party software? Just call us on Apple Tech Support Number +1-800-468-9074.
  • weishihao
  • AOL Customer Care Number +1-844-502-0074
  • Victor
  • Apple tech Support number
  • Miscellaneous Data Resources for Everything
  • Harinder siwach
  • Just a student's blog :)
  • PCPartPicker Build's
  • Ooooo forgot about these! :P I'ma start one!
  • webdesigntrends
  • Max's Journal
  • jason walker
  • Slowly Upgrading an ASUS cm1730
  • Zack's Power Hour Thinking Blog
  • coqueiphone
  • Finderding
  • Streaming PC on a Budget? (Parts list/ideas request)
  • Business & Personal Related Blog
  • Tech Media
  • My life is a nightmare and all I live for is computer hardware
  • Telecommunications
  • K65 RGB LUX HELP!
  • Problem i need to solve fast!
  • Nightwalker
  • king_gonzalez.23
  • Does this work out?
  • Nootrina
  • Help with power supply please.
  • Why MySQL is better than Couch DB?
  • HP Compaq 6000 Pro Case Help?
  • Most powerfull CPU in the world.
  • IT Educations and Certifications
  • PortzJ's Pc Life
  • Peeps Games - Zombie Escape
  • Need help upgrade cpy
  • HTML File Explorer BLOG
  • i can't unpack ram or create custom kernel
  • Doc's Cafe
  • Chaching's Problem Between a GTX 1050 Ti or a RX 570
  • Revealing HELLO2 Video Communication Device
  • Putlocker.! The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 14 Full Online Free
  • Topniun
  • Blog of a Broke PC Enthusiast
  • deep
  • Semicolon
  • Colson's Rants
  • Be Sure Before Choosing The Right Bangalore Escort Girl
  • How to Have Fun with World of Warcraft Cosplay
  • D13H4RD's tech cavern: My opinions on many things tech and gaming plus cars
  • Need tech help
  • Computer interoperabiliy is now aweful.
  • Laptop Temperature Problem
  • Brouilleur de telephone portable est essentiellement
  • Aol desktop gold download
  • Download the AOL Desktop Gold Software
  • Microsoft office word corrupted file recovery
  • Password Recovery in AOL Desktop Gold
  • Chalkie's Weight loss Blog
  • World Travel
  • Meerkat's Flight Training
  • Well so far i hate my life
  • Health & Beauty
  • TopHat's First (and Last) LTT Blog!
  • Why not?
  • The Frosty Fest accident launches for PS4
  • Genetics and Technology: A Foreseeable Future
  • Antonio Conte can play his two assiduously the added way round
  • Speed still reigns absolute in Madden
  • A new way to hack Facebook account in seconds and has not been blocked yet
  • I don’t anticipate MLB the Actualization 18 has looked better
  • MLB The Actualization alternation will not be able
  • Ambition to see how they administer to Rocket League
  • blogs_blog_1143
  • The PC and Xbox One communities get an arrival of new talent
  • We see Rocket Accord as a agenda sport
  • Sox appear on Tuesday that Garcia was placed
  • Rocket League is on the border of its third ceremony
  • Exciting being advancing up for Rocket League admirers
  • It adeptness be the endure big riff we see on the bulk Rocket League theme
  • FIFA has become the advertence bold in football simulators
  • There's something acutely acceptable about rocketing into the sky
  • There's something acutely acceptable about rocketing into the sky
  • Sterling Shepard is one of those ardent Madden admirers
  • What is the best 3DS homebrew app?
  • Accept such a bang with MLB The Appearance 18
  • Rocket League's gameplay translates aloft acutely able-bodied as a result
  • Rocket League's gameplay translates aloft acutely able-bodied as a result
  • Their Rocket League action is deceptively simple
  • We still do not apperceive a specific absolution date
  • Who ambition to accomplish something in FIFA 19
  • Frick Accolade for broadcasters in a commemoration at Doubleday Field
  • Our best admonition at this moment in your FUT career
  • Dự án chung cư nam rạch chiếc quận 2
  • Yahoo Customer Service Number to Recover Hacked Yahoo Email Account
  • movies
  • Yahoo Customer Service Helpline Number 24/7 For Instant Support
  • EVGA PSU roundup.
  • bestonlineoffersuk
  • PC Build Price Minimization
  • Stuck in bios cant boot to window icon.
  • Orbital's Pizza Adventures and Other Things
  • Gayathri
  • Random Stuff
  • What is a Body Mist, and How It is Used?
  • LTT Folding Month 2018!!!
  • Brandon
  • Gtx 750 ti - black screen after launch game
  • Techno Headz - Resolve Issues
  • Problem with opening Port Forwarding
  • Finn's Tech Blog
  • halp me
  • NEW TO THE PC WORLD.
  • Need EXP GDC complete set up.
  • Techhikers
  • Arika's Rolling AMA
  • Caden Britton
  • Iphone Update 12.1.1 Needs fixing
  • 3 Partitions 1 Super Old Misguided EFI Macbook Pro
  • Yurizaki's Programming Guides
  • No boot no debug no post
  • q&a/ama
  • Random Blogs, Probably about Cases
  • Jtalk's Blogs
  • test
  • Disjointed
  • General dump
  • poupee silicone
  • pkbazaar
  • Grizzly Coolers Reviews By Size
  • BioFluxe slim
  • Healthy mindsets in the age of information.
  • I have 2 problems with my PC
  • Asher's Blog
  • Custom Desk PC Build Log
  • Not A Status Update
  • Ask Me Anything
  • Canada Permanent Resident
  • Best immigration consultants in Delhi Ncr for Canada & Australia PR
  • Best immigration consultants in Delhi Ncr for Canada & Australia PR
  • Best Hong Kong Immigration Visa Consultants in Delhi
  • Best Australia Immigration Consultant Services In Delhi
  • CANADA IMMIGRATION
  • AUSTRALIA IMMIGRATION
  • AUSTRALIA SKILLED WORKER VISA
  • SKILLED INDEPENDENT VISA (SUBCLASS 189)
  • Drake101
  • technical support services
  • khaled adel
  • Shane
  • Corneltuttle
  • Game Dump Questions
  • Used Parts Flipping
  • employees Monitring
  • Инфа
  • To the sun
  • Graphic Designing Tips
  • Tech & Designing Tips
  • Black Friday
  • TOMOT Computer Speakers for TV/PC/Laptops/Desktop
  • Gordon Mware Digital
  • Summer Folding Sprint! 2019
  • Toolopedia
  • An Idiots Guide to Everything Nerdy
  • Buy Best Anet A8 3D Printer
  • PCB Assembly- An Essential Technology for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
  • Altium Designer Basic Tutorial
  • Turnkey PCB Assembly Products and Services
  • IoT security and ways of securing IoT
  • extreem018
  • Download Aol Desktop Gold
  • n-droidrom
  • Does ram affect gpu load
  • Aol Customer Support NUmber
  • Crunchy's Gaming Blog
  • Xiauj's first time experiencing Linux on the UDOO BOLT V8 (Ryzen-SBC) as a First-Time-User/Linux-Noob!
  • QuickBooks Customer Care Number
  • TurboTax Customer Care
  • yueshan
  • Earthlink Password Reset
  • Do You Need Fashion Advice? It's Right Here!
  • Gordon Mware Tech Tips
  • Monitor MicroReviews
  • Display Adaptor/Refresh Rate fix
  • Sowon's Switches Reviews
  • Advice For Gathering Information For An Auto Injury Case
  • blues or brown switches
  • samsung galaxy s5 battery
  • Gordon Mware Tech Tips
  • D.I.Y OTG Cable
  • Folding Month 2019
  • (888)572–7379 Recover a forgotten Aol username & password
  • ourtime login - pof login - plenty fish pof login
  • Add live chat outsource to your website and ensure excellent customer service
  • Add live chat outsource to your website and ensure excellent customer service
  • AnthonySpradlin's Blog
  • xKyric's Ongoing Search for Price to Performance Hardware
  • Инфа+
  • Sub $1000 Gaming Rig, 3D Mark: 8557! First Build Ever!
  • Top Trendy Styles with Winter Beanie Caps for Men
  • Test
  • The use of carnations FloraSpring aims to increase digestion
  • Sowon's Album & Song Reviews
  •  Have you heard about this amazing money making website?
  • L7 COCO
  • We Buy Houses Nationwide USA
  • ZheYingChin
  • Arising issue in Sync Arlo Camera
  • pc games issue
  • pc games issue
  • Upgrading PC
  • Epic Games Free Games List Updated July 9th
  • Wow Gold Is Truly An Amazing Service Provider
  • Health insurance Assoc Is Surely Best For Everyone In Many Opinions
  • Hostsailor
  • Work At Home
  • Low-end abundance
  • TheHealthRadar
  • SchoolFork
  • NetworkProfile.org
  • LTT COVID-19 Folding Event Blog
  • Behind the Forum
  • circleTech's Blog
  • This is a test
  • UltraNews
  • YouTube CPM blog
  • DC Area Transit
  • My Journey in Morrowind
  • Quantum | A Brief History of Quantum
  • Reality News | Your Daily Briefing
  • Summer Folding Sprint! 2020
  • NZgamer's Tech Blog
  • Interesting Toy Robotics
  • Cloaked’s Indie Game Dev Blog!
  • Air cooling test
  • operation badger: The Log to End All Other Logs (of mine of this build)

Product Groups

  • Subscriptions
  • Review Items
  • Shipping

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Discord


Steam


Origin


UPlay


Battle.net


PlayStation Network


Xbox Live


Twitch.tv


Twitter


Heatware


Website URL


Location


Interests


Biography


Occupation

Found 199 results

  1. I'm unable to re-enable Windows Defender given the error of "Threat service has stopped restart it now." (and when i attempt to restart, it stalls and then gives error prompt) and sometimes "Page not available, Your IT Administrator has limited access to some areas of this app..." I have exhausted all Google searches and YouTube tutorials and am unsure where to go from here, seems it's common for a third party anti-virus service to disable Windows Defender but i have not used a anti-virus service since 2013. There is no other Windows devices on my network only mobile devices, my router/dns does not seem to be tampered with, Windows is fully updated, drivers updated, newest bios. I encountered this problem 3 days ago and since then i have; Clean installed windows twice, Cleared CMOS, regedit DisableAntiSpyware set to 0, Installed Malwarebytes after this issue and performed a full scan(0 results), Glanced through task manager, used my extremely limited knowledge in Wireshark and failed to find anything. I'm not sure what to do and if someone can help me out i'd appreciate it alot. It's kinda uneasy being unable to determine whether i have some sort of malware or this is a Windows "bug" Not sure if this will be helpful but, Quick scroll through task manager, https://streamable.com/orv6d Windows home 3700x Asus 2080 Asus Prime x470 pro x2 Sata 512gb ssd
  2. Hello LTT community, I am trying to find the best antivirus software that has all the features that Total Av has I am thinking about buying the total AV premium license but I thought it would be smart to check with you guys first becuase you will probably have the right answer on if I should buy it or if not what other premium anti virus are out there.
  3. Source: AV-Comparatives Stalkerware Test 2020 (Windows and Android), Electronic Frontier Foundation Do you think your spouse or partner already went down low to spy on you by installing malware on your phone? Good news! Major antivirus vendors has gotten better in detecting and blocking stalkerware. One of you might ask as to what's the difference between the stalkerware used by overly jealous spouses and a parent installing a parental control app or a MDM solution to track employees on the go, the answer as provided by AV-Comparatives is that stalkerware will try its best to stay under the radar to avoid detection and uninstallation, whereas parental control or corporate MDM solutions are quite explicit on what they do and its presence. Parental control apps allows parents to track the location of their kids to make sure they don't go elsewhere other than school and home. As EFF security researcher Eva Galperin said in an interview [here] [here], stalkerware potentiates domestic abuse. Just think of it this way, you're on your way to work but all of a sudden your phone's battery is draining fast even though it's fairly new and fully charged. Then you pulled your phone out of your purse or bag and you noticed that it's getting hot. Then you tried to dig into the settings and you find out that there are apps installed that you're unfamiliar of. Or better yet, you opened a browser window and you notice that in the task manager/activity monitor that network activity is a bit high on Chrome but there aren't any extensions visible in the upper right side. Little did you know, your spouse has installed a spying app to track everything you do online. Then once you got home, you are greeted by an angry spouse/partner because he/she has seen your Facebook chat with a friend. So what happened next is that both of you started raising voices until one will either verbally humiliate your or worse, physically assaults you. Or if the abuser is such a sadist, he/she will not only verbally and physically abuse you, he/she can use it for character assassination or defamation. As Eva Galperin pointed out, it all started with a tweet below in 2018 and she has received 10K retweets just a few hours ago and her inbox then became filled of abuse stories from both men and women related to stalkerware. While she made it clear that she also received stories about men being abused either by another men, women abused by women, or men abused by women, the vast majority are women being abused by men through spying. The problem however with stalkerware is that even though they are maliciously intended, they are commercially sold. Typically hackers would go to dark web forums to look for exploitable vulnerabilities or perform deep reconnaissance on an organization, jealous spouses don't need to do that. All you need to do is to Google it. It will show you list of apps for spying. Here's a popular spying program for Android named Cocospy. As you can see, it will demand you to turn off Google Play Protect and allow installation outside of the Play Store. So this prompted this lady to force the antivirus industry to take stalkerware seriously. As you have seen in the first two photos above, 2019 is where most of AV products for both Android and Windows have sloppy detection scores for stalkerware, but now in 2020 they have improved which is a plus for privacy. I can't say the same for iOS since Apple doesn't allow security products to be installed other than URL blockers. At the moment, you're best option is to turn off Find My Friends and make sure it isn't jailbroken as Apple has a strong App Store policy on tracking apps I assume. Here's her advice on stalkerware and abusive spouses: If a spouse or partner is forcing you to give him/her your passwords for various online accounts, it's already a red flag. Turn off biometrics especially fingerprint unlock so that your phone cannot be abused. If you're using Android or Windows, run a full system scan preferably with two or three vendors and compare detection results. If the antivirus detected a potentially unwanted spying program, do not quarantine or neutralize the threat yet, instead go to the authorities and report it. And here's my personal advice on failing relationships, "if you're currently unhappy with your current relationship, ask yourself if you're dating the person of your dreams or just the person within your reach". Don't be a martyr because no one will build a statue for you just because you think that person is going to change. Think about yourself and if you have kids, think about their safety.
  4. My quick heal av lisence expires today, I wanna know is Free Avast is good or Paid Avast? or should I get Mcafee Antivirus from Amazon.in (link) which is really really cheap ($8 for 3 years 1 device). Quick heal Total Security is kinda expensive like $47. I just need a real time protection av which is good at detecting virus and potential viruses.
  5. Hi guys, We're having a big problem with our Sophos AV right now. It started having some issues after a big update with the software and now every time we open any apps on Windows its prompting an error, "C:\Windows\system32\SophosAV\SOPHOS~1.DLL is ether not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error." I already searched from their forum and support section and they come up with the solution to update Windows or specifically install KB4474419 and KB4490628. But the problem is i can't install both. It says, "The update is not compatible to your computer" even if i downloaded the right installer to the corresponding architecture. Any help or advice would be a huge deal for me. Thank you os
  6. Edit: As of Windows 10 version 2004, Windows Defender has been renamed as Microsoft Defender Antivirus. You probably don't need to buy another third party antivirus program to keep your PC more secure with the advent of Windows Defender accompanied by its improvements in version 1709 aka Fall Creators Update. But later in this thread, I will show some situations on why you might want to use a third party antivirus program especially when managing remotely computers. @Ryan_Vickers, @wkdpaul, @leadeater tell me if what I said is wrong. You may have seen YouTube videos of Windows Defender trailing behind when it comes to detection on execution despite scoring high on AV-Comparatives and other independent testing sites. The reason for this is they test it on default settings, which if you ask me is not really as good as the default settings of third party antivirus programs because some of the advanced settings of Windows Defender are turned off which is a bummer. To make Windows Defender more secure, you need the following: a PC running the latest stable release of Windows 10 Pro 1909 or later. The reason why you need to use the Pro version is because of Group Policy which most of these advanced settings are buried deep and unavailable to Windows 10 Home users. Windows Updates enabled Hit Start>type "gpedit">hit Enter Go to Computer Configuration ➡ Administrative Tools ➡ Windows Components ➡ Windows Defender Antivirus Within these settings, we will focus on the following protection components: MAPS (aka Microsoft Active Protection Service) "Block at First Sight" Automatic Sample Submission MpEngine Configure Cloud Protection Levels Extending cloud check Windows Defender Exploit Guard Attack Surface Reduction Controlled Folder Access Network Protection Take note several features such as Windows Defender Exploit Guard is a component of their paid, enterprise grade protection "Defender ATP" which is a component of a Windows 10 E5 subscription. "Block at First Sight" & MAPS: Microsoft Active Protection Service First, enable the Block At First Sight. Open that property and click Enable. What it will do is having a file scanned in real time by their local and cloud based algorithms to determine if a file is malicious or not. In Microsoft's documentation, if the local detection algorithms can't immediately make a verdict, it will use a cloud service to do additional checks. To do this, open the "Join Microsoft MAPS" properties and enable "Advanced MAPS". Now, as shown in the screenshot Advanced MAPS will collect even more data such as ncluding the location of the software, file names, how the software operates, and how it has impacted your computer. If you think this is a little bit invasive, you can dial it down to Basic MAPS. MpEngine Next property to configure is the MpEngine which I believe is their actual detection process in Task Manager. Open "configure extended cloud check" and specify how much delay it will take before it executes. What it does is that executable files (clean or malicious) will not be executed unless it is scanned in the cloud. Obviously, a longer waiting time up to a minute could mean much better detection. How cloud protection works is best described by Microsoft's infographic below. This method is used by almost all antivirus vendors. Basically, local and cloud detection algorithms locally try to determine if a new, unknown file is malicious or not. Then it will do a a of +1s and -1s if it exhibits behavior characteristic of malware, should it reach the threshold, the AV will delete/quarantine the file and send it for further analysis. However, for the super paranoid or if there's a home PC and you don't want something malicious to execute because mom was tricked by a social engineering ad pretending to be Covid-19 charity, you need to Set the Cloud Protection Level. If you want, you can select "Zero Tolerance blocking level", which is basically whitelisting: any program that wasn't flagged by Microsoft to be safe will not execute. This is also useful for small businesses or anyone in a high risk working environment, but this setting will lead to many false positives. Or if you don't want that much annoyance, you can set the cloud blocking level to just High or High+. Attack Surface Reduction Next property to enable is Attack Surface Reduction. In Windows 10 Pro, only a subset of properties of ASR is available via Group Policy. The rest of the protection modules are only available to Windows 10 E5 (WDATP) or Intune. What ASR does is prevent the execution of malicious programs by blocking well known attack vectors such as creating child processes, obfuscated macro, or even malware from USB flash drives. To enable ASR rules, go to Windows Defender Exploit Guard ➡ Attack Surface Reduction ➡ Configure Attack Surface Reduction Rules ➡Enabled. From there, you have to unfortunately have to type GUID command and setting the value to 1 as if it's the registry editor. For WDATP and Intune, all it takes are a few mouse clicks to enable ASR, Rule name GUID File & folder exclusions Minimum OS supported Block executable content from email client and webmail BE9BA2D9-53EA-4CDC-84E5-9B1EEEE46550 Supported Windows 10, version 1709 (RS3, build 16299) or greater Block all Office applications from creating child processes D4F940AB-401B-4EFC-AADC-AD5F3C50688A Supported Windows 10, version 1709 (RS3, build 16299) or greater Block Office applications from creating executable content 3B576869-A4EC-4529-8536-B80A7769E899 Supported Windows 10, version 1709 (RS3, build 16299) or greater Block Office applications from injecting code into other processes 75668C1F-73B5-4CF0-BB93-3ECF5CB7CC84 Supported Windows 10, version 1709 (RS3, build 16299) or greater Block JavaScript or VBScript from launching downloaded executable content D3E037E1-3EB8-44C8-A917-57927947596D Not supported Windows 10, version 1709 (RS3, build 16299) or greater Block execution of potentially obfuscated scripts 5BEB7EFE-FD9A-4556-801D-275E5FFC04CC Supported Windows 10, version 1709 (RS3, build 16299) or greater Block Win32 API calls from Office macros 92E97FA1-2EDF-4476-BDD6-9DD0B4DDDC7B Supported Windows 10, version 1709 (RS3, build 16299) or greater Block executable files from running unless they meet a prevalence, age, or trusted list criterion 01443614-cd74-433a-b99e-2ecdc07bfc25 Supported Windows 10, version 1709 (RS3, build 16299) or greater Use advanced protection against ransomware c1db55ab-c21a-4637-bb3f-a12568109d35 Supported Windows 10, version 1709 (RS3, build 16299) or greater Block credential stealing from the Windows local security authority subsystem (lsass.exe) 9e6c4e1f-7d60-472f-ba1a-a39ef669e4b2 Supported Windows 10, version 1709 (RS3, build 16299) or greater Block process creations originating from PSExec and WMI commands d1e49aac-8f56-4280-b9ba-993a6d77406c Supported Windows 10, version 1709 (RS3, build 16299) or greater Block untrusted and unsigned processes that run from USB b2b3f03d-6a65-4f7b-a9c7-1c7ef74a9ba4 Supported Windows 10, version 1709 (RS3, build 16299) or greater Block Office communication application from creating child processes 26190899-1602-49e8-8b27-eb1d0a1ce869 Supported Windows 10, version 1709 (RS3, build 16299) or greater Block Adobe Reader from creating child processes 7674ba52-37eb-4a4f-a9a1-f0f9a1619a2c Supported Windows 10, version 1709 (RS3, build 16299) or greater Block persistence through WMI event subscription e6db77e5-3df2-4cf1-b95a-636979351e5b Not supported Windows 10, version 1903 (build 18362) or greater The rest of the documentation can be found in Microsoft's website. To demonstrate how ASR works, after enabling those features, it detected BitTorrent.exe as doing something similar to credential stealing. This might be a false positive but it might be shady too considering it's a piracy tool that served ads. However, I am not sure if the ASR rules also protect other browsers other than Edge. ASR rules also don't apply when a third party antivirus is installed. I know that old Edge sucks because of their old rendering engine, you may opt to use the Chromium based Edge. Just don't forget to switch the search engine to Google because Bing sucks. Protection against Potentially Unwanted Applications (PUAs) Edit: As of June 15, 2020, Microsoft Defender AV has moved the option for PUA protection into the Windows Security GUI. Start → type "Windows Security" → App & browser control → Reputation Based Protection → Turn On "Potentially unwanted app blocking" It should be noted that this feature constantly receives information from Microsoft's cloud protection service so this will only work properly if Real-Time Protection and Cloud-delivered Protection are enabled. By the time of writing, Windows 10 does have PUA detection but it's disabled by default. To enable it, hit Start ➡ type PowerShell ➡ Run As Administrator. Then copy paste the following value and hit okay. Set-MpPreference -PUAProtection enable Or you can also enable it in Group Policy: If you are curious as to what this module detects, it detects and blocks torrenting programs especially the popular ones. And yes, I have stopped using Bittorrent. Protection Against Ransomware: ASR and Controlled Folder Access You may have remembered that one of the ASR rules is advanced protection against ransomware by doing additional checks if an application is performing behavior/s characteristic of ransomware such as file enumeration and unwanted encryption. To better protect your PC against it, you need to enable Controlled Folder Access. This time, you don't need Group Policy as this option is also available to Windows 10 Home. Go to the bottom right corner of your taskbar and look for the shield icon. Double click it ➡ Virus & threat protection ➡ under Ransomware protection, click "Manage Ransomware Protection" ➡ turn on Controlled Folder Access. What it does is it prevents unknown applications to overwrite or access the protected folders. However, this can also lead to false positives and you have to manually whitelist programs. The reason why it is grayed out is because I enabled it in Group Policy as well. There's even an option to restore files should a ransomware succeed to encrypt some files but this feature is only available to Microsoft accounts who subscribed to Office 365. Edit: Securing web access regardless of the browser of choice with Network Protection At first I thought that Windows Defender's Smart Screen filter only applies to Office products and Microsoft Edge but it turns out I was wrong, as there's a hidden feature within Group Policy that prevents applications from accessing dangerous URLs, IP addresses, and phishing sites. With this feature, if I click on a link from a phishing email and I was using Chrome or Firefox, it blocks outbound HTTP(s) traffic from reaching your PC and Windows Defender will show a warning like the screenshot below. While that is good, I do not like how the notification appears as it is so generic looking without proper context as to what it has blocked unlike Smart Screen alerts in Microsoft Edge which is an explicit red warning warning. If Microsoft is reading this, please add more context to these alerts like adding what was blocked or that Smart Screen has deemed the URL or IP address to be malicious with a high certainty. It would be nice if Smart Screen alerts correspond to one's cloud blocking level. Let's say I have enabled "Zero Tolerance", this should also mean that Smart Screen including Network Protection should only allow sites that are whitelisted or flagged by Microsoft to be safe. Maybe in Windows 10 November 2020 update it's gonna be there. The screenshot below is how the alert looks like with Google Chrome or any non-Microsoft browser. ⬇ To enable this, go to Group Policy ▶ Computer Configuration ▶ Administrative Templates ▶ Windows Components ▶ Windows Defender Antivirus ▶ Windows Defender Exploit Guard ▶ Network Protection. From there, enable the "Prevent users and apps from accessing dangerous websites" rule and set it to "Block". From then on, even if you use Chrome, Firefox or any browser, you will be protected from threats as long as Microsoft's cloud service called "Intelligent Security Graph" has flagged a file or URL as malicious. Unfortunately, web control such as blocking select categories of websites are only available in the paid WDATP which is not cheap. If you ask me, this might be better than what most antivirus companies are doing with injecting scripts on every browser to determine if a site is malicious as it makes the user more susceptible to cross-site scripting attacks. [here] [here] [here] But the lack of web control out of the box and the upfront price to just have it is probably one of the reasons why many people pay for 3rd party antivirus. Hardening Windows Defender against attacks: Tamper Protection and Core Isolation Tamper Protection is turned on by default which prevents malware and other programs from turning Windows Defender off. Core Isolation protects the Windows kernel by utilizing virtualization. This feature is turned off by default because other programs relying on virtualization such as VMWare will not work. Turn it on only if you don't host virtual machines and you think you're susceptible to targeted attacks. And that is how you make Windows Defender as secure as third party AV programs. If you're enabling the settings above for a small business, don't forget to make your employees use standard accounts to prevent them from tampering those settings. It should be kept in mind that the settings above are only recommended for computing in a high risk environment, you're a small business, your non-tech savvy parents use the home PC and don't want social engineering attacks to succeed, or if you're paranoid about targeted attacks like spear-phishing. However, if you're a gamer it's better to just use the default protection level. Why you might want to use a third party antivirus instead? With all that said, there might be situations you might want to use a third party antivirus solution because: Number one reason why is remote management of computers. Right now, we're using Bitdefender GravityZone because one, I got it with a discount and second, is I can manage protection, patch management, schedule scans remotely. I can even block USB flash drives remotely or just mark it as read only, prevent our employees from accessing sites that they're not supposed to visit like torrenting, porn, or even job search site. Out of the box Windows Defender from Windows 10 Pro simply won't provide me that kind of control. To do that with Microsoft's offerings, I have to shell out more money either an W10 E5 license which quite an overkill for a small business, or subscribe to Intune which costs more. For our small family business with seven computers that I remotely manage, Bitdefender Gravityzone is a better choice when it comes to price. At the time of writing, it cost $260 for a license of 10 computers including 3 file servers. Should I spend the money for Microsoft's Intune, it will cost us $734.16 every year just to protect 7 devices which is more expensive than what I've paid Bitdefender for. While you might say well Intune also protects mobile devices including Android and iOS via MDM, well Bitdefender's higher tier Gravityzone Advance is still cheaper than Intune because it only costs $406 by the time of writing. That's the reason why if you're a small business who: Doesn't want to use Microsoft Edge (Chromium or EdgeHTML) Only uses Windows 10, macOS or Linux and no phone or tablet are being used On a tight budget Would still want web, device and application control Then, a third party endpoint security solution might be a better choice than what Microsoft's paid solutions offer. ⬇ Pricing comparison between Bitdefender Gravityzone vs Microsoft Intune But as I've said previously, if you don't care about those and would just want PCs in a small business to be protected, then the in-house Windows Defender with Advanced Settings is your best choice. Also, many paid antivirus programs have additional features such as parental controls for children, password manager, and VPN. Also, most of the top AV vendors know best if a file is malicious or not and has lower false positives. This is important especially if you're gaming and all of a sudden Windows Defender blocks installation of a Steam game because of enabling ASR or higher cloud blocking. But, some security researchers recommend Windows Defender over other AVs for a couple of reasons: Windows Defender doesn't inject scripts in a browser (similar to a MiTM) to determine if a site is malicious or not unlike most of 3rd party AVs, due to the fact that Windows Defender only protects Microsoft Edge so it's tightly integrated. Unlike third party AVs, Windows Defender is less susceptible to cross site scripting attacks. While most antivirus programs are exploitable because of the fact that it has a deep access to the system including the kernel, by the time of writing only Microsoft took the effort to sandbox the Windows Defender process, thus reducing the chances of being exploited. Take note that the sandbox isn't enabled by default. If one wants to enable the AppContainer sandbox for Windows Defender, open Command Prompt as an Administrator and type: setx /M MP_FORCE_USE_SANDBOX 1 Windows Defender is now catching up to the big boys of the antivirus industry. Unlike it's pathetic detection scores way back years ago.
  7. Hello good people, I am in the process of making the switch from Mac to the ‘Darkside’ and I’m in the need of some advice and suggestions for a quality Antivirus package that doesn’t take a toll on your system’s resources. live spent the last few hours reading multiple websites full of reviews, which all seem to give conflicting recommendations, along with being difficult to identify if I’m reading an ‘advertisement’ disguised to look like a review or are giving biased opinions because the writer has been given a ‘free key.’ I’ve been using Avast (free version) on my Mac’s but I am sick and tired of the continuos bombardment of pop-ups trying to get me to give them money - and I suspect this will be no different with the Win10 version - no thank you. . i have also read through the most recent posts that others have put up asking a similar question as myself, but so far I’ve not found a clear winning package recommended, over and above of Windows Defender. From all of the YTubes I’ve watched and the sites I’ve looked at, I am considering ESET - has anybody had any real-world experience of this package? Interested in reading people’s suggestions on this topic. Thanks in advance for your help and advice.
  8. Hi there! I have been using Malwarebytes along with Microsoft Defender for past few years, as a virus protection. But According to the link (https://www.av-test.org/en/antivirus/home-windows/) Linus posted earlier with his video Malwarebytes doesn't have a good record with zero day vulnerabilities. So I'm confused fact, why many people recommend Defender with Malwarebytes. Also, Do you guys have any suggestions to this setup? or is it good enough for now? Thank you for your time!
  9. I just built a new Gaming PC, and I'm wondering what you all think the best anti-virus software would be for a gaming setup. I dont want it to be running a million things in the background slowing performance and pop-ups. I saw one called bitdefender i believe, and obviously norton and mcaffee. I just am looking for advice from people who have tried and tested these programs. THANKS in advance!
  10. Hi, sorry I had no idea under which category to post this. Let me explain the problem, yesterday I was running a full scan with my second opinion antimalware Emsisoft Emergency Kit and I guess as I was running that Windows Defender started its periodic scanning that it does periodically...of course. As emsisoft was still scanning, windows sent me a notification saying “Windows periodic scanning complete, one threat was found” (or something like that) I quickly checked out the virus and it was a Trojan in my AppData\Local\Temp folder with the name tmp[numbers]. I quickly removed it and after a couple more minutes Emsisoft returned with no threats found. To make sure that the virus Windows found was gone I ran another full scan with this time Malwarebytes and didn’t get anything bad. (I also scanned rootkits, registry, memory and all that) My question is since 2 scanners were running at the same time, did Windows Defender assume that Emsisoft was a virus? What could’ve happened? I deleted all my Temp files, I reopened Emsisoft EK and saw that a new file was created in my Temp folder which a similar name to what Windows found a virus in, tmp[but this time different numbers] was created in my Temp folder. So maybe this file is just something that belongs to EEK and is created each time the software is run and Windows thought this was a virus as they were scanning at the same time? Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks.
  11. So everytime i launch or quit pubg, i see that the Anti Malware Service executable services starts running, and it maxes out the cpu - Making the game extremely slow to launch.... Ive tried to add the folder and the exec files to the exeption list, it doesnt seem to help... Do you guys have any other suggestions?
  12. This AVG message keeps popping up basically whenever I try to open a new window in Firefox. I've never seen that site and I have no idea how it keeps poping up even after cleaning everything with CCleaner. How can I get rid of this? I also tried downloading malwarebytes and running scan, but it didn't help. Sorry for the language, forgot to mention. It literally says: "Danger eliminated" "We securely eliminated connection on jackyhillty.net, where we found infection Other:Malware-gen[Tri]." "Test my PC" Thank you edit: apparently its not the only one anymore, I'm desperate
  13. Hey, so I've been thinking about doing this for a while now...I would like to craft a (completely free) plan in which windows' built-in security is disabled and on-demand scanners (for malware and virus, could be separate) are downloaded and used, well, on demand (instead of ran in the background, consuming ram doing virtually nothing (since I don't DL random things and visit pretty much the same 20 websites - all https and quite trustworthy; also never accept weird files, attachments, etc.) [haven't had any kind of virus, malware in decades]. So, what FREE on-demand scanners would you guys propose? Protection to all kinds of threats would be nice. I just wanna be able to run from the context menu or by starting (possibly a small) scanner for a given file I've (let's say) just downloaded and find suspicious. I don't want any background scanners. Run it, scan, close completely. Thanks in advance! P.S. I'm aware free software ain't gonna protect as well as premium but hey, it's still sth.
  14. Yo, this is my first post and it's probably a stupid question but what are your thought on antivirus on Windows and Mac? If there is anything you would recommend, Both paid and free, what would you recommend? I know that most people will just reply with "Just use your brain, you don't need antivirus" "Mac don't get virus" or "Windows defender is enough" but for someone as paranoid as me, it's the same as telling me that Corona isn't going to affect me as long as I stay away from people who have the disease. TL:DR, Gimme some thoughts on antivirus and what you would recommend if I want to get one or two on either Windows and Mac (I have both).
  15. Source: https://www.foxbusiness.com/technology/avast-antivirus-user-browsing-data-sold https://nypost.com/2020/01/28/popular-antivirus-tracked-users-porn-browsing-habits-report/amp/ Avast was collecting what it’s users are searching up on Google, Google Maps, LinkedIn, etc. most important! They were collecting data on what type of porn you watch from websites like YouPorn and PornHub. just great... and selling it to other companies like Microsoft, Google, Pepsi, etc.
  16. I'm building a new PC and was wondering if I need to install an antivirus in 2019. I used Avast on my old desktop and it did seem to have quite a performance hit. I'm currently using Bitdefender Free on my laptop and it's running smoothly. But is Windows Defender enough in 2019?
  17. I have heard conflicting opinions on the topic of whether you need an antivirua or not. Some say it just takes up resources and Windows Defender is good enough if you know what you're doing and are tech-savvy enough. Some say extra security is needed. So, I am thinking about pulling the trigger and buying Webroot Antivirus Software. Please give me your opinion.
  18. Hey Everyone, I'm just on here to look for what peoples opinons are. So we have Norton antivirus ending soon (I know its paid for, but it was good for my parents at the time) and really we don't want to spend money on a subscription and want to save money in the long run. We also have a wireless router that was supplied from my ISP, I know I don't have to say but it is of average quality but we tolerated it. Now is the time I am thinking whether to upgrade to alot better router, end norton antivirus and use the built in Microsoft defender and some preventative teaching to keep my home network safe. I am quite experienced with networking so the more advanced nature of networking isn't really scary, but I have not been in this predicament before so I don't really know the non enterprise options that are good. So what I would like to know is what are the some of the best routers for the best experience, seciuirty and speed I could get for a maximum of around £150 to £200. I see some that are Asus and Netgear and just think whether these are more secure than my current router and will at least be a good combination with the built in Antivirus. Some information to note: Most devices are Windows 10 or android 7+. I don't have IoT devices (Alexa or google home) I have some smart TV's from samsung. My ISP is Virgin Media (UK) Router is Virgin Provided SuperHub 3 I hope to have some help in deciding the most secure router I could get that is also a known and supported brand. Thanks Jake
  19. Hi there, My aunt has old PC with a HDD and think it's about time for a good old defragmentation run. I hear that Windows 10 disk optimization utility is enough but is it true? or do you guys have any suggestions? also I need to install her an antivirus software, please give some suggestion for one too. s Thanks in advance P.S. - she is the type of person who thinks Microsoft support staff is going to call in order to alert the user about virus infections, so obliviously the antivirus should be a one that do its job without any user intervention. thanks again!
  20. Hello, Some years ago we had a teacher in college that explained to us that most machines connected to the internet after many years of use by "amateurs" will get infected vy a virus in some way or another. At the time, this seemed reasonable so I've been thinking this way and everything seems fine. When I updated to windows 10 I started using just windows defender as antivirus protection since that is what I was told I should do. My question is: Am I wrong? I feel like most people I know think as I do... If this is naive or outdated I'd like to know and I can't find much information about it. And even when I do, it's very technical and confusing to explain to others to verify it.... I'm currently using Windows 10 with everything up to date. I checked on windows defender and I ran the most in depth scan available in the app. It says No threats. Is this reliable or my pc might be infected with all kinds of stuff that WD just can't detect? Any information will be appreciated but keep in mind that I work in video and my background knowledge in this topic is very poor... Thanks!
  21. Hello guys, Kaspersky VS Bitdefender Which one is the best antivirus software between these two?
  22. Do you still use Antivirus software (other than Window's Defender) in Windows 10 in 2018? If so what do you recommend?
  23. Hey there, After using Kaspersky Antivirus software for a number of years because it came free with a bank account. The bank in question said they no longer give this software to its customers as government legislation says they can’t have it any more. Anyway this has left me with a decision... do I renew at my own cost with Kaspersky ??? Look for a new free or paid antivirus software and which should I go for??? or rely on windows defender or whatever windows build in??? Is it essential in 2018??? Since I have many pc’s and laptops through the family what’s the best solution? Any help would be appreciated...
  24. What free antivirus/antimalware do you recommend? I currently have AntiMalwareBytes free, is it good enough or should I change? I want to keep my computer safe, even if it reduces a bit of performance it's fine.
  25. Hey guys, since my Norton antivirus subscription just expired, I looked for other antivirus programmes, as I heard, that Norton has some severe malware detection problems. Therefore I decided to switch my "security provider", and KasperskyLabs and Bitdefender were the first ones, that came into my mind. As I can't decide which one to take, I decided to ask you guys for a solution. Thank you very much in advance!
×