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  1. I just found the best firewall ever! Kaspersky!

    Cool. I just checked out that Leaktester results. Those were pretty nice, and all in favor for Kaspersky.
  2. Instant Message, Instant Infection

    Wow, Miranda IM looks pretty sweet. Do you think it's better than Gaim? (Link) ~Ron
  3. What type of Firewall do you use?

    Both hardware and software firewalls. Hardware Firewall: Alpha Shield Software Firewall: Kaspersky Internet Security
  4. I just found the best firewall ever! Kaspersky! Their main website is here. http://www.kaspersky.com Kaspersky Firewall is excellent! Norton, McAfee, ZoneAlarm, BlackIce take up sooo much space and ram on your computer and takes around 20 or 30 seconds to load (on my computer) but unlike kaspersky, it's not a resource hog nor slow at catching/blocking unwanted data. My Task Manager: Is your commit charge as low as mine? I'm running two programs in this picture other than the firewall. I'm running Spybot's TeaTimer.exe, uTorrent.exe (a BitTorrent program), and of course, Mozilla's Firefox.exe. It's very easy to allow or block something in Kaspersky and when you try to open Kaspersky, it opens up as fast as if it were a text file on your desktop! Also, you can set a number of parameters that you can not with Norton. None of the other firewalls have explicit means of blocking attacks such as the Ping Of Death or the ever so hated DDos and such. Block Every Kind of Attack: Packet Filtering Rules: Application Rules: No more constant Command Prompt's Netstat to see who's logging into your computer! This shows real time established connections! At the stores, it's $69.95. They might change it, so here is where their most current price is. http://usa.kaspersky-labs.com/products/internet-security.php You can get Kaspersky for only $30.00 if you buy System Mechanic Professional 6 at your local store. That's how I got it. And both those programs kick as-s! I say it's worth the money, but naturally, you can form your own opinion. I just hope I helped somebody. ~Ron
  5. Protect your computer by switching browsers!

    Would you really want to risk your computer? Especially when firefox is pretty similar to IE and has so many extra features. I heard IE 7 Beta 2 has a lot of the same features, but it's huge! I have clicked on a link once (with javascript to not let me see where it was going) and when I clicked on it, it took me to a crack website. I thought I was going to get spyware, you know? I didn't, I checked my computer with norton, mcfee, spybot, spyware blaster, and everything else on my computer. I talked to my friend about it, since this link was on ebaums world, and he said he had clicked the same thing, and his startpage kept changing, and he had obtained a lot of spyware. Guess what he was using... Internet Explorer. So why take a chance?
  6. Protect your computer by switching browsers!

    I never said they never updated. I said Hardly ever updated. Looks like crap was just my opinion, you can have your own. Andavari, Oh I didn't know that. I knew about the IE tab, just never really bothered with it. I'll edit the first post though.
  7. Quotef the day!

    Here's a quote I found funny. "Fat people are brilliant in bed. If they are sitting on top of you, who's going to argue?"
  8. How about CCleaner acting like an install manager. Let's say... you downloaded a .exe file called uhh Spybot.exe or something and had it in C:\Downloads\. Then you right click on spybot.exe and click on Open With CCleaner and CCleaner will scan the registry and files and folders on your computer and then install spybot.exe and then scan the registry and files and folders again and next time when you want to remove spybot from your computer. All you do is open up CCleaner and uninstall it. This will uninstall it completely. There is a program called Total Uninstall 3 that does that, but you have to pay for it. There are also other version but again, you have to pay for it. If a feature in CCleaner like this was available, I'm sure A LOT of people would download it. Hope this is helpful!
  9. Most people get viruses from Internet Explorer. Why keep using it? It has terrible security, crashes many times, and pretty much to sum it up: It blows. So why not go and use other browsers such as Mozilla Firefox. Look at these positives and negatives of each browser. It's amazing how bad a browser can suck when there is even a smaller browser that came out in 2004 (firefox) which is about 1000x times better. Firefox + Very easy to customize and style + Internet Options very simple to manage + A nice Bookmarks toolbar + Able to install many many extensions which are on the mozilla.org website. Each extension/add-on is checked. + VERY VERY VERY SECURE! + Big fixes and a nice forum to help you with any trouble you "think" you encounter with firefox. + Uses fewer resources than IE + Built in Search Engines for easy searching with Google, Yahoo!, and many more. You can even add more search engines. + Superb popup block feature + Able to block images from websites so you can get rid of those annoying fastclick.net and many other ads + Can open new windows in tabs, so you don't have to have 500 windows open anymore. + Almost all languages suppoted! - Can't do Windows Updates UNLESS you have the IE Tab extension installed. (In conclusion, whatever Firefox doesn't have, there is an extension for it, so you can have everything!) Firefox Screenshot - .png file about 150 KB Internet Explorer + The only browser able to use Windows Updates + Comes with XP and you don't have to download or install it unless it gets corrupted which happens to many. - VERY VERY VERY EASY TO HACK - Looks like crap - Doesn't have that many features - So many bugs - Hardly ever updated - Whenever a feature is added, it has 100 more bugs they need to solve C'mon, guess which browser I use. I use IE only for Windows Updates. You decide which one you want. Let me just say one last thing, so many viruses that come out almost daily infect IE first because so many people use it, cause they don't know any better. However, the same virus/adware would most likely be blocked by the good ol' fox! Click here to Download Firefox. Scroll down to see the features more in depth. And yes, firefox is free. And if you STILL think IE is better then look at this nice little Firefox Flick. Let your decision be wise. ~Ron PS: Firefox sure must be good for someone to create a website called www.firefoxflicks.com with 1000s of firefox animations to promote it. Thank you Andavari for helping.
  10. A Google Joke

    I know lol. It's a google joke. They don't like him and most people don't like him either. I guess you do though.
  11. A Google Joke

    Go to www.google.com and type in the word "failure" without quotations and then click on "I'm feeling lucky". See what you get.
  12. More flaws in Window's Security!? lol. I'm glad I switched to linux. Ubuntu Linux rocks.
  13. Hello all, I have BitComet running on my computer, and when I run ccleaner (usually daily), I keep seeing that the extension .torrent is not used and it is used lol. Well the first time I found it, I 'fixed' it. Then rebooted, ran ccleaner again and it found .torrent file extension was not being used.. again. It was found in this registry directory. HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FileExts\.torrent It's not that big of a deal, but it is a little annoying. Thank you. ~Ron
  14. Solve Security Issues in Windows XP

    Oh sorry Humtpy, I guess I didn't understand what you were saying. Really WinXP doesn't back up eevrything in registry? Aww that's a shame. What about System Mechanic? It backed it up for me, so I don't know lol. Cool Erunt is freeware and I'm taking your word for it that it fully backs up registry. Thank you Andavari. I'll add it to the tutorial. Tarun, why do you want this thread locked? As you can see we're making progress on how to make it better. Do you not like me? ~Ron
  15. Solve Security Issues in Windows XP

    Humpty, That is the point. If something messes up, then the registry back up will restore it to the point before this tutorial. Let's say the person editting the registry screws up on adding one of the D_WORD registry entries and puts it into the wrong place and somehow stops them from connecting to the internet or something. So now they can use their registry back up to get back to that original state. If you would like, I could just add some freeware software links to help people who want imaging/cloning software. Thanks for bringing it up though. Lordoftheweb, what's wrong? No one is fighting anymore. We're all happy happy joy joy.
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