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RE: Share Your Security Config! #11
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware
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Hitman Pro

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RE: Share Your Security Config! #12
Security Config:

OS:
Xubuntu

Real-Time Protection:
IPTables / ShoreWall

On-Demand Protection:
ClamAV / TK

Web Browser(s):
Firefox
Tor Browser
Chrome  (Only for I2P)

Extensions:
Ublock
FoxyProxy
HttpEverywhere
Random Agent Spoofer
Click & Clean
Privacy Badger
RES

VPN:
NordVPN

Virtual Machines:
Whonix
Kali

Password Manager:
Keepassx

E-Mail:
Riseup account
PGP Encrpytion
Thunderbird (With TorBirdy Extension)

Messenger:
Pidgin (With OTR Extension)
Wickr

Cleaner:
Bleachbit
Nautilus Wipe

Encryption:
Linux FDE
VeraCrypt

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RE: Share Your Security Config! #13
Security Config:
Real-Time Protection: Emsisoft Antimalware
UAC: Default.
On-Demand Protection: Emsisoft
Web Browser(s): Chrome, Opera, Firefox
Extensions: Alexa, Lastpass, Skype, ABP, Zenmate, Project Naptha, User Agent Switcher, Tamper Data

Other: I'm not using cracked softwares, I'm always using free alternatives
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RE: Share Your Security Config! #14
Real-Time Protection:
  • Windows Defender
  • Avira
  • Windows Firewall
  • GlassWier (FireWall)[VeryGood]
Web Browser(s):
  • Google Chrome (Some Times)
  • Mozilla Firefox (Always)
  • Opera (Never Just because it's nice browser)
Extensions:
  • Add block
  • Temper Data
  • HTTPS Everywhere
  • HTTP Alive Header
  • My Style (Lava fox 2)

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RE: Share Your Security Config! #15
Security Config:
Anti-Virus: BitDefender
Anti-Malware: Malwarebytes
Privacy: NordVPN
Web Browser: Chrome
Extensions/Plugins: Color picker, HTTPS Everywhere, Privacy Badger
Other: CCleaner
(This post was last modified: 02-13-2017, 10:04 PM by Ironz.)

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RE: Share Your Security Config! #16
https://privacytools.io
My main laptop configuration:

OS: Arch Linux
Browsers:
- Tor Browser
- Mozilla Firefox

Firefox Extensions:
- uBlock Origin
- HTTPS Everywhere
- Random Agent Spoofer
- Decentraleyes
- NoScript

iptables firewall.

Anonymizers:
- Tor (try to use it as much as I can - some sites blocked so I gotta use VPN ):
- AirVPN

VirtualBox:
- Whonix
- 2x Debian VMs
- Windows 7 (with no Internet connection)

XMPP otr, Ricochet, Telegram, Tutanota for communication.
(This post was last modified: 10-07-2017, 05:50 AM by polarvoid.)

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RE: Share Your Security Config! #17
Following the CIA triad...
Main anti-virus on Windows: Avast Premier 100% legit
Main anti-virus on Linux: SELinux 0.0
Home server: VMWare ESXi running FreeBSD and Arch server, sometimes a Windows Server lab
Desktop: VeraCrypt whole system encryption Serpent(AES)
Laptop: Veracrypt Hidden Volume w/ Decoy
Home: SNORT ADS in CentOS inline
DNS: Custom DNS server with cache
Hiding others for confidentially.
GPG key:
https://pgp.mit.edu/pks/lookup?op=get&se...B335BFCADA

Sig:
D96D 0220 0E13 CE13 8C6C  D697 F68B 0EB3 35BF CADA

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RE: Share Your Security Config! #18
Bare Metal: Arch
Host: Depends on what I'm doing: Windows 7 or Debian
Guest: Again, depends: Windows 7, various Debian distros, various Ubuntu strip-downs, mostly minimalist distros with no spyware.
Firewall: UFW on every level of Linux being run, and a highly customized set of rules at the router, leading to another complex set of rules at the modem itself.
Anti-Virus: Don't touch anything that even SEEMS remotely sketchy unless I'm running a Guest specifically to click that link and nothing else. Defender on Windows Guests.
Privacy: Massively long proxy chains ending in Elite/Anonymous SSL SOCKS servers running alongside VPNs stacked at every level; Bare Metal, Host, Guest, VPN Browser Add-on for standard browsing, TOR for fun stuff.
No virtual machine touches anything from any other virtual machine except for the packet tunnels created by the proxy servers and VPN connections. Layers of multi-VPN service stacking cause encrypted data to be encrypted again and sent through a VPN, coming out still encrypted and then through an Anonymous proxy... With enough proxy chaining and two VPN services that are able to stack on top of one another without causing infinite TLS handshake mode, basically no one knows what data is being sent and from where.
But I am also possibly the most paranoid man anyone's ever met when it comes to my browsing habits: It's not that I have anything to hide; It's that I don't have anything I want them to see.
>Screw it.
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RE: Share Your Security Config! #19
Old thread, but still active.

Too many to mention on my end, and every system Is configured according to the tasks It's designed to perform.
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RE: Share Your Security Config! #20
(04-22-2019, 09:45 AM)Johnngnky Wrote: Antivirus: windows defender
Web browser: chrome, citrio, brave, tor
Extension: adblock plus, buster, universal bypass, adnauseam
Sandbox: sandboxie
VM: VMware
Password manager: keepass
johnngnky#5687

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