OK, thanks, Yes I had read your article and felt that with the other 3 anti-malware/exploit I should be safe but do not know enough about it all. But I wanted to ask just to be sure.
As for Net Nanny, anyone looking for a very good safe browsing filter, it is unbeatable. It gives choices on what you want blocked (foul language, porn, nudity, gambling, weapons, drugs, etc. and there is no way to disable or uninstall it. I tried ending the task for daemon.exe and cwtry.exe, and also tried deleting those files, but as soon as you pull up a web browser, the program puts those 2 right back where they were. Unlike other filters, it "reads " the first page and determines whether to block it according to your settings. With other programs in that category, they basically read the URLs and what comes after the .com/....... That is usually what the others pick up on, but Net Nanny is the only one, so far as I can find that actually looks at the first page of a website. It cannot be uninstalled without the Administrator Password, and only the Admin can go to the Net Nanny site and change settings by using the password.
The only flaw is that one of the grandkids knew about System Restore, and showed me how he could bypass it by restoring to a point before the install. I fixed that one real quick by keeping the files, but reinstalling Windows. That way, no restore point!
Don't know if anyone was interested in that, but do know there is a huge need for it nowadays.