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Hey guys i just wanted to share my security config and see what you guys think and some feedback

My Anti-virus config:
Kaspersky Internet Secuirty

Anti-Malware
I use Malwarebytes Latest
With Chameleon, and some MBAM anti rookit exploits

Rootkit: Scanner
I use RKILL
And a Bat file named Pluto


Anti-Keylogger
i use Anti-loggerBy Zemana

My Operating System Windows 10 Home:


My Normal Day to day Browser:
Chrome
My security browser is Ancro-detector
I use Tor to.

My Cleaners:
I sometimes clean manually but i use CCleaner and Adware anti bloatware

Tools i use to stop microsoft from spying on us.
i use Spybot-Anti beacon with all the settings enabled

My networking:
ICP FLOOD PROTECTION
A VPN CONFIG ON MY ROUTER
I ALSO CONNECT TO A SSH SERVER WHEN I NEED IT

Adblocker:
Adguard
I also use Click and clean

Traffic Organiser:
I use HTTPS everywhere

That's it, if you guys can give me any tips on major things that i'm missing id appreciate that
You don't use VMs?

It's good practice to also use private search engines. Here's a few, with one (Metager) that allows opening links anonymously via It's built-In proxy.

https://metager.de/
https://www.ixquick.com/
https://duckduckgo.com/
https://www.startpage.com/

There's too much to mention so without going Into detail, you may want to look Into encrypting your DNS servers (thus prevent DNS leaks), anonymize WebRTC fingerprinting, changing your browser's user agent (even In Tor), anonymize your entry point to Tor using bridges, prevent location, OS, hardware and login leaks and the list goes on.

Chrome supports X-Frame-Options HTTP header check/response header (SAMEORIGIN & DENY), so that's one step ahead In preventing clickjacking attacks.

You have a pretty good setup though.
Be aware also on using CCleaner. Since the last scandal, I don't trust them anymore!
https://www.theverge.com/2017/9/18/16325...e-security
(12-05-2017, 10:38 AM)al68 Wrote: [ -> ]Be aware also on using CCleaner. Since the last scandal, I don't trust them anymore!
https://www.theverge.com/2017/9/18/16325...e-security

This Is the most recent report I could find, around 2 weeks after the above link.

https://threatpost.com/inside-the-cclean...ck/128283/
I've never had the need to use tools of this nature, nor did I find any of benefit when putting them to the test. Optimization and cleaning tools offer very little benefit and as for those featuring a "Registry cleaner", don't bother using It. It's useless.