I'd like to know your thoughts about my security set-up for my computer. I'm not a tech expert, but I'm reasonably comfortable with using computers. I use a number of security programs rather than just one - hoping for a kind of crossfire effect, i.e. if one program misses something then hopefully another one won't.
I use, and prefer, free products.
Currently I'm using:
Kapersky TDSS Killer
One of my concerns is that in MalwareBytes Free under 'Detection and Protection' it says 'Malware Protection Disabled' - does this then mean it is essentially not working? I'm confused on that one.
I'm considering using Avast instead of MalwareBytes. Any thoughts? I heard it could interfere with AVG...
Essentially, I don't mind using multiple programs, but I'd prefer they be 1) free and 2) reasonably comprehensive overall - i.e that amongst the multiple security programs I use, they cover malware, adware, rootkits, etc etc to as wide an extent as possible. In short, I want to be as secure as I can be.
Any input greatly welcomed - thanks!
Edited by aaandy, 20 January 2016 - 04:29 AM.