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Emsisoft Problem and Email security question

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#1 auto1571


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Posted 15 October 2016 - 05:53 PM

Hi, rather than writing to topics I have decided to write two in one here if that's okay.


The first issue is with emsisoft emergancy kit scanner on my Windows PC. Trying to re-install as I couldn't seem to no longer find it one system I get the following error:


Cannot create bin64/epp.sys


By the way I am not trying to scan with emsisoft emergancy kit because I suspect I have malware; this is something I just do every now and along with others scans as I am not sure it's wise to merely rely on just one scan (call me paranoid :lol: ).


So I have also scanned my PC with Kaspersky Total security, Eset online scanner and MBAM and they have all detected no threats.


However recent system changes have been made by me which are removing Microsoft Edge with FarBar and turning IE off via Control Panel, if that's of any help to you guys.



And my second concern is what are your thoughts about a premium secure email provider like 4securemail compare with with Gmail? I am beginning to wonder if I am spending money needlessly here because I think that Gmail is also very secure if set up properly and it uses 2 factor auth.



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