Buddel

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  1. 3 hours ago, MJmusicguy said:

    Hi I am little confused about how to utilize the new licensing center as it wont accept my forum email or password

       

    Did you use one or more capital letters for your email address? I did, and I couldn't access my.emsisoft either. Try to write your email address in lower case letters (e.g. [email protected] instead of [email protected] That's what I did and I could then access my.emsisoft.


  2. 4 hours ago, GT500 said:

    Has Epson's support said anything about why their printer might be seen by Windows as a hard drive?

    No. I just tried to install the latest updates, but they are already installed. Technically speaking, Emsisoft's detection of my printer is correct because it has a card reader. It would be great, however, if this printer could be somehow excluded from being detected by EAM.


  3. 1 hour ago, fresinet said:

    Mein Rechner wird zukünftig nur noch mit einem Scanner betrieben

     

    So soll es auch sein. Zu diesem Thema gibt es auch einen interessanten englischsprachigen Beitrag im Emsisoft-Blog, der erst vor wenigen Tagen erschienen ist:
    https://blog.emsisoft.com/2017/12/18/do-not-run-multiple-antivirus/?ref=newsbox_ticker171219&utm_source=newsbox&utm_medium=software&utm_content=ticker171219&utm_campaign=ticker171219

    Im englischen Teil des Support-Forums wurde dieses Thema auch schon diskutiert:

    Eine virenfreie Weihnachtszeit wünscht

    Buddel

     


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    I know that traditionally the idea of "layered protection" is to install a bunch of software with real-time protection, and just live with the downsides.

    This may be the "traditional" idea of "layered protection", but this is not the concept I'm talking about. I wouldn't install two or more apps that all do the same thing.

    I have always preferred this approach:

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    Why not mix it up a bit, and use a sandbox/hardware firewall/DNS protection service/etc.

    A "security mix" is always a good idea, as long as there is no "overlap".