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Author Topic: Question for the techie guys  (Read 2872 times)

Offline bensonhedges20

In a  situation like this, however well intentioned, giving the wrong advice is worse than giving no advice at all.
Yes, it would take years for Drillakilla, he can't even install a program on his own laptop atm ....I'm just pointing out the facts.

From the horses mouth:

IT security is technical, you must possess technical intelligence which is used investing time to build up experience & understanding of multi layered computer systems...it takes time, but we're talking about anti-IT-surveillance which is another level again, really you need a deep knowledge of IT to go there, that's why so many people superstitiously download useless apps like malwarebytes to do it for them or why they install security which they'll never work out how to configure properly, it worked for them last year with that porn virus so it must also work in this situation, it's a keylogger so it will get detected ...errr No!

That's quite the retarded comment ...aptitude is only acquired through practical application over time & yes it takes years, not only that but it requires you to keep your hand in and keep updating what you think you know.

Funny how after twenty years of trying you have zero success in hacking win admin which in terms of difficulty I would rank as entry level beginner, a gimme if you like  ....where is your aptitude in this matter?

You seem quite IT savvy

What would you reccomend for a new install to be secure afterwards ( assume there is admin privileges and easy access to whatever programs you name).

Banning reason: Troll

jcdmj12

Interesting. However based on this article it doesn't really sound like a good choice for home users...

http://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/symantec-endpoint-protection-it-good-home-user

No, none of the Symantec packages are designed for home use; they are meant to be used in conjunction with a policy server and configured by someone who knows what they are doing.  Norton is their home-use brand.

Offline bensonhedges20

It allows two types of control.


For the av software to manage the computer or for you to manage it which is what you use.

Once installed its easy to use and works fine for the home stuff.

Silent, runs in background and is proactive and reactive.

Doesnt bug you for meaningless pop ups and auto updates whenever you are online.

Its the best i have used in years.

Banning reason: Troll

What would you reccomend for a new install to be secure afterwards ( assume there is admin privileges and easy access to whatever programs you name).
I would use ESET to create a whitelist of approved apps(your fav browser, music player etc).  Any new apps being added to os(either being installed or stand-alone/portable) would be auto-blocked in the background by ESET, alternatively new apps could request permission to run or access the internet via a dialog box.

Whatever security you decide on, never, ever, ever, go with default settings....learn how to use and configure until airtight.

Silent, runs in background....

Doesnt bug you for meaningless pop ups....
Not being funny, but that sounds like default settings.

I wouldn't touch Norton with a bargepole, it misses a lot of stuff, can be a nightmare to remove & the company sells places on their whitelist to companies who spy on your surfing habits.  Norton get away with this as most of their customers go with default settings, then get all impressed when their security doesn't bother them, which is a like a smoke alarm not bothering you when your house is on fire.
« Last Edit: April 01, 2015, 06:26:12 PM by skirtLift »

I would use ESET to create a whitelist of approved apps(your fav browser, music player etc).  Any new apps being added to os(either being installed or stand-alone/portable) would be auto-blocked in the background by ESET, alternatively new apps could request permission to run or access the internet via a dialog box.

This sounds like a water-tight solution but setting up something like this is inevitably way beyond the capabilities and inclination of the average non-techy home user such as drillakilla. What Windows-based solution do you suggest for that type of user?

This sounds like a water-tight solution but setting up something like this is inevitably way beyond the capabilities and inclination of the average non-techy home user such as drillakilla. What Windows-based solution do you suggest for that type of user?

.....pay your IT guy to lockdown your laptop

It appears from JD's recent posts I have read only seem to be focused on avoiding direct questions and after repeated challenges from other members he slithers off to a new thread. He has been mentioned on the thread of Trolls and low lifes. For me I ignore his bollocks unless he starts unfounded trolls. Sooner or later he will get himself banned and his bollocks and zero reviews can go play elsewhere.
Goodbye JD and don't come back. Obviously my crystal ball was not as quick as Admins. Well done admin on banning another fantasist cunt.  :hi:

This story of drillakilla's was presumably all a big fat lie. I say that because I've just discovered that he's since been banned for trolling.  :thumbsdown:

Offline Siadwel

In a  situation like this, however well intentioned, giving the wrong advice is worse than giving no advice at all.
Yes, it would take years for Drillakilla, he can't even install a program on his own laptop atm ....I'm just pointing out the facts.

From the horses mouth:

IT security is technical, you must possess technical intelligence which is used investing time to build up experience & understanding of multi layered computer systems...it takes time, but we're talking about anti-IT-surveillance which is another level again, really you need a deep knowledge of IT to go there, that's why so many people superstitiously download useless apps like malwarebytes to do it for them or why they install security which they'll never work out how to configure properly, it worked for them last year with that porn virus so it must also work in this situation, it's a keylogger so it will get detected ...errr No!

That's quite the retarded comment ...aptitude is only acquired through practical application over time & yes it takes years, not only that but it requires you to keep your hand in and keep updating what you think you know.

Funny how after twenty years of trying you have zero success in hacking win admin which in terms of difficulty I would rank as entry level beginner, a gimme if you like  ....where is your aptitude in this matter?

Only acquired through practical application over time? Oh, right. So, that's why, back in the 70's when I started in DP (Data Processing not the other DP, which only later became ICT, then IT) companies, local governments and other government agencies, like the old Coal Board, gave applicants an 'Aptitude Test' as the first step in recruitment, with those who passed going on to interview. In those days they took a few different forms, but the most widely used one was  called 'QUIS', Questions Using Instruction Sequences. Obviously, they wanted to recruit people who take time and experience to acquire the aptitude to do the job effectively, rather than ascertaining that applicants have that aptitude from the word 'Go'. Silly me.

Having gone on to explain to us that IT security is 'technical' (well, shit, I never realised), and that, 'you need a deep knowledge of IT to go there', all you do is recommend ESET, which is, from a quick Google of their website, just another anti-virus. Like McAffee, Sophos, Kaspersky, Symantec, Avast.......pick your own flavour. Oh, that's right, you have. No talk of Security Policies or registry hacks to deny access to menus, dialog boxes, navigation panes or anything like that.

Cracking Win passwords? I said I hadn't ever cracked one in a few minutes. I also said I never tried too hard because there was more money in sucking my teeth and saying, 'Ohhh, it needs rebuilding, really.'

I know what I do for a living. I know how much my employers pay me, and I know how much they value the quality of the job I do by the amount of money they've given me over the last two years to see us through a huge, long overdue network infrastructure update and migration. I know how many Support Engineers I've trained down the years and I know how many other contracts and roll-outs I've led on.

I also know that sharing a pc doesn't work.

Yeah, you're another one.




Offline Tjkooker

Fuck me. You IT geeks make accountants look cool.
Banning reason: Outing and trolling a punter because he posted a negative about his favourite prossie. White-knight fluffy that pretends otherwise.

Fuck me. You IT geeks make accountants look cool.
I thought albeit OP banned, this was an interesting thread. Accountants watch spread sheets, tax and money, whilst IT folks download porn as they know how to circumnavigate Corporate security. If I had to choose one it would be the latter. Then again I prefer to remain as is as a 8% body fat, body building, fighter jet test pilot & Astronaut, that's when Im not a professional porn star.   :hi:

Offline Siadwel

I thought albeit OP banned, this was an interesting thread. Accountants watch spread sheets, tax and money, whilst IT folks download porn as they know how to circumnavigate Corporate security. If I had to choose one it would be the latter. Then again I prefer to remain as is as a 8% body fat, body building, fighter jet test pilot & Astronaut, that's when Im not a professional porn star.   :hi:

I'm the guy who imposes and controls that Corporate security. I've had to do some shit things to nice people that I haven't enjoyed doing, but it's my job.

I wouldn't normally brag or post like that, but I allowed myself to be wound up by what I think is another troll.

Apologies to everyone if I came across as arrogant, geekish or deranged, and yeah, finding out the OP was banned for trolling makes it doubly worse that I allowed myself to get wound up.

Offline Tjkooker

Apology accepted. Now go and destroy every piece of computing equipment you own and promise not to bore us to tears again.
Banning reason: Outing and trolling a punter because he posted a negative about his favourite prossie. White-knight fluffy that pretends otherwise.

Offline Sepiroth

buy a decent sized pen drive... format it to run linux. all your stuff safe in your pocket.
 boot the pendrive in your pc.
slower than ur standard hardrive, but if all your doing is browsing should be fine

buy a decent sized pen drive... format it to run linux. all your stuff safe in your pocket.
 boot the pendrive in your pc.
slower than ur standard hardrive, but if all your doing is browsing should be fine

+1

wow haven't thought of that... that is perfect solution for safe browsing :D
linux ftw

Offline punk

I'm the guy who imposes and controls that Corporate security. I've had to do some shit things to nice people that I haven't enjoyed doing, but it's my job.

I wouldn't normally brag or post like that, but I allowed myself to be wound up by what I think is another troll.

Apologies to everyone if I came across as arrogant, geekish or deranged, and yeah, finding out the OP was banned for trolling makes it doubly worse that I allowed myself to get wound up.

Why the hell did you think i give up pretty quickly conversing with the now ban drilla what ever his alias are, on a few topics on here.


Offline rafatheira

buy a decent sized pen drive... format it to run linux. all your stuff safe in your pocket.
 boot the pendrive in your pc.
slower than ur standard hardrive, but if all your doing is browsing should be fine

A 3.0 usb and it runs quite tidy, I've found.

Good tip  :thumbsup:


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