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Best IDS for Windows 7?

#11mrCubePosted 6/3/2014 8:34:05 PM
#12PhilOnDezPosted 6/3/2014 9:19:20 PM
The most safety anyone should reasonably need when dealing with sensitive information would be windows firewall, a router's firewall, an OS drive, a drive completely devoted to said sensitive information, completely encrypted and ideally external for quick disconnects, and a volatile (no automatic image backups etc) ramdisk large enough to reasonably accommodate any files he'd be working with.

Two AV programs is going to do more harm than good and one of them should definitely be uninstalled, probably MSE if he paid for Norton.
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#13BannedMomPosted 6/3/2014 9:25:36 PM
Got 2 Anti Virus! My computer is Fort Knox and vetter than 90%.

What if I have 3?
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