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Ultima Weapon
19.11.2007, 18:09
I think Firefox with no script, fasterfox & adblock is the best.

XP user
19.11.2007, 20:22
Kaspersky and Fasterfox are incompatible! The problem is that Fasterfox uses a process called 'pipelining' that conflicts with KIS/KAV's proxy features. That's why, instead of getting a faster Internet connection, you might end up with no connection at all. Solution: get rid of the extension. If there is no improvement in your connection after removing Fasterfox, type 'about:config' into the address bar and hit 'Enter'. Reset any boolean options with the word 'pipelining' in their name.

There is another reason why it would be best to avoid using Fasterfox. This Web accelerator has a 'pre-fetching' mechanism with unexpected consequences. While you are reading on one site, and your system is idle, Fasterfox silently starts guessing for links you *might* click and downloads the destination pages. The idea is that if you then decide to click on one of these links, the page is already cached on your computer and will pop up very quickly. This seems nice, but it's actually a huge waste of bandwidth.

Paul

Rene-gad
20.11.2007, 00:21
Kaspersky and Fasterfox are incompatible!...There is another reason why it would be best to avoid using Fasterfox.
for me ist's a reason to avoid using of Kaspersky ... ;) scnr

Ultima Weapon
24.11.2007, 02:09
for me ist's a reason to avoid using of Kaspersky ... ;) scnr
I dont get it???:?
Kaspersky is an excellent antivirus,, It has the best realtime protection & self defense against threats & unknown threats. It is already powerful on default settings which can compared to the maximum settings of other antivirus.

XP user
24.11.2007, 08:52
I'm almost sure that Rene-gad is one of those people (like me) who don't need anti-virus protection at all...

Paul

MAPKOBKA^^
24.11.2007, 18:54
I use just about any browser I can get my hands on (try to stay away from older versions of all of them...but mainly firefox I use nowadays)


I really do think Kaspersky is a great product, but I am seriously considering the need for me to have it installed on my machine apart from for testing new alphas/betas. I am not on the same level as Paul probably is, but I feel confident enough to implement this system soon.


I don't download pirated software, I don't visit dodgy websites, I don't surf with scripting on, I run under a limited account in windows, I have a SRP in place to prevent malicious executables.... I have other security measures in place to cover the rest of my pc too (email is plaintext only, add ons such as flash disabled until I need them etc)....


Loading yourself up with a variety of anti virus/anti spyware/anti whatever scanners isn't the way forward IMHO... I did have that opinion once a very very long time ago, but not anymore :P

Ultima Weapon
25.11.2007, 01:09
I use just about any browser I can get my hands on (try to stay away from older versions of all of them...but mainly firefox I use nowadays)


I really do think Kaspersky is a great product, but I am seriously considering the need for me to have it installed on my machine apart from for testing new alphas/betas. I am not on the same level as Paul probably is, but I feel confident enough to implement this system soon.


I don't download pirated software, I don't visit dodgy websites, I don't surf with scripting on, I run under a limited account in windows, I have a SRP in place to prevent malicious executables.... I have other security measures in place to cover the rest of my pc too (email is plaintext only, add ons such as flash disabled until I need them etc)....


Loading yourself up with a variety of anti virus/anti spyware/anti whatever scanners isn't the way forward IMHO... I did have that opinion once a very very long time ago, but not anymore :P


IC, On the other hand, super scanners like virus total, jotti mallware & virscan.org proves that having multiple scanners is better than one. Because of the mere fact that no antivirus is perfect.!!!:P Four antivirus or more is indeed better than one.

I own a computer repair shop by the way so we always get customers who complain their customers are infected by viruses, that why my partners & I bought multiple licenses from many av vendors because we found out the truth no antivirus can really put all mallware into the bermuda triangle 100%. But basing from experience the best av I & my technicians always use are Kaspersky, Avira & Bitdefender. These three really belong to the hall of fame of antivirus. All a these three are really impressive!!!! I just use sometimes use nod32 for a quick scan sometimes for backup. So the truth there is really no "security product that guarantee 100% disinfection!!!"" The other AV will caught what the other av will miss & vice versa.

Sjoeii
27.11.2007, 09:43
I use them all at the moment, but for really safe browsing I onky use Firefox

Orange
06.02.2008, 20:43
Firefox with addons 90%, IE 1%, Opera 9% :)
Also beginning to use Flock (http://www.flock.com/). It's nice.

Sjoeii
07.02.2008, 22:06
Firefox with addons 90%, IE 1%, Opera 9% :)
Also beginning to use Flock (http://www.flock.com/). It's nice.
But that is not just a browser is it?

Simple10
19.02.2008, 03:19
I like Netscape 7. It's not tainted with Microsoft. Also, it improves my download speed sometimes as much as 25% over IE6 or 7. 320kb for IE, 400kb to 500kb N7.
When I'm infected, I get T1 speeds. 1200kb-2300kb. I downloaded Dr. web's Cure It in less than a second last time I was here. 7.5mb's in less than a second. Yeah I like N7, with infection add-on. :P






I have a SRP in place to prevent malicious executables.... I have other security measures in place to cover the rest of my pc too (email is plaintext only, add ons such as flash disabled until I need them etc...

Could you teach me this, show me how?

wise-wistful
24.02.2008, 00:59
I like Opera:P.

Олег Акопян
24.02.2008, 06:43
Opera. Cool.

Intelligent
12.03.2008, 15:20
Opera :) Only

Sjoeii
19.10.2008, 20:43
What do you guys think of the Google browser?

NRA
28.11.2008, 20:22
As for me - I use IE set as default browser with proxy set to <localhost> so it cannot enter the Inet, but for everyday use I prefer Opera 9.62 with 'strickt' settings

ualchemist
27.08.2009, 10:34
Well for me i prefer Opera. Firefox lately being fucked up with his security. Well its true that hackers now working on exploits only on Firefox though...

Google browser - kinda seems really unprofessional when we have such good browsers as firefox opera or avant.