Phoenix_Rising: Hi! Thanks for your thoughts and the link to the Gizmo site.
You're right, in the end it depends on what I'm comfortable with. Right now, I'm not comfortable with it, which is why it's not on my computer now. But I know that I'm not always right, which is why I figured I'd ask.
I like the sound of Immunet, so will look it over very well before deciding to pass on it.
@ Ebony: Yep, it's real-time. And absolutely the bare minimum of resource use, which is a huge bonus. It has already immediately picked up a couple of things before my AV did. It provides a nice added layer of protection. I think you'll like it!
I am liking what I see so far from the setting and the features. Not sure what to put in the exclusions options. Maybe I will figure that out as I go along.
So far now, I think we are 4 for 4? (I think.) Thank you for the good recommendation. Good armor.
@ Ebony: I have all the options on except the "Verbose Tray Notifications", if that's any guide.
Very happy to hear we have another winner!
What do you have for
Add New Exclusion
file folder, file name, threat name?
It is on the left hand side under Application Setting
Third, Threatfire is infamous for not playing well with other software and adding it *might* make you wish that you hadn't. Don't know if it has been fixed, but Avira (I think) *used* to have a big-time problem with TF.
Have been using ThreatFire with Avira for a few months and have not seen any problems. (Would use a Smiley that showed 'Crossed fingers' or 'Touch wood' if they had them available).
Also, I tried to scan with F-Secure Blacklight but TF said 'BAD', so suspended TF & scanned without trouble.
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