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Important in Security set up

What do you think is important in security set up?

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(These are my steps)

First of all you should install all security fixes and servicepacks for your operating system. What brings you the best security suite if the basic is full of security holes. 

Second install your favorite Security Suite ! Be careful from where you got it. Downloading a Security Suite outside the original website or buying it for a dream price (e.g. 4,99$ for a full security suite ) may be fakes or viruses. Good work must be sold. 

Be sure that the Windows Update and the Security Suite's Live Update is on and checking for updates is set to automatic.

Do not trust curious mails or invitations to curious websites. Your friends may have viruses or worms on their PC's. So be careful with mails from your friends,too. 

Don't ignore security warnings from your security suite or turn them of by disabling the security suite. The best security suite can't do its job when it will turned off.

Cheerio

Lars 

Life is like an adventure- stupid story but fantastic graphics.Earlier we flew to the moon with a Commodore 64 Computer.....today we need a pentium pc to start Windows ;-)
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Re: Important in Security set up

I think the next things are really important:

  • Detection
  • Pro active defense
  • Firewall
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In addition, I always disable Windows File Sharing, Remote Registry service, Secondary Logon, right after I install Windows. I think Windows Update is not that important, but I prefer to intall a security suite on a "clean" Windows installation, and protection updates are always up-to-date. So, I usually turn off automatic updates and System Restore too. I've never had problems.
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Vejdin wrote:
In addition, I always disable Windows File Sharing, Remote Registry service, Secondary Logon, right after I install Windows. I think Windows Update is not that important, but I prefer to intall a security suite on a "clean" Windows installation, and protection updates are always up-to-date. So, I usually turn off automatic updates and System Restore too. I've never had problems.
And do you run NIS ?
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I currently run Norton 360 2.0.Message Edited by Vejdin on 04-09-2008 07:10 PM
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Always use a "layered" security setup. Never rely on one product or suite for your total protection.
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trebest wrote:
Always use a "layered" security setup. Never rely on one product or suite for your total protection.
Something like HIPS or a sandbox?
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I use both, but then I am a bit of a security "nut". I enjoy testing and using many different security programs and applications.  
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trebest wrote:
I use both, but then I am a bit of a security "nut". I enjoy testing and using many different security programs and applications.  
All with Norton installed?
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Windows File Sharing turn it off.

Firewall

E-Mail scanning.

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shakeym wrote:

Windows File Sharing turn it off.



This sure is a good one
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Yes, in addition to installed Norton/Symantec products.
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trebest wrote:
Yes, in addition to installed Norton/Symantec products.
Ofcourse ;)
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