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Zemana antimalware, comodo FW Whitout hips and EAM, Add exclussions necesary?

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Hi happy. Today Zemana guys reactivated my lifetime licence. I recive adguard, you give me discounts and i can catch it. I use comodo firewall  to virtualize a software who i need to work. I see all work ok whith hips or whitout hips but i see the start time has deelayed 180 seconds . I want to know if is safe add exclusions in all that softwares and if  is necesary. I want to know if it improves perfomance. And finally What process. I use lasttest version of CFW. Thanks for your Support its good comeback to forum

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Where do you want to add the exclusions? Within Comodo Firewall, Emsisoft Anti-Malware or Zemana Anti-Malware?

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Hi Aura I check how emsi Works whith comodo  i dont like comodo slows downs my system crazy. I get rid from my system and use private firewall the old private firewall and i know how to use it.

 

Now in Emsisoft what Zemana folders have to exclude I know Zemana antimalware Works well whith emsi whitout exclusions but i as jerky says maybe is better  do exclusions. What Zemana folders have to add to whithe list and viceversa What Emsisoft folders have to add to whithe list. ?

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You would have to exclude the Zemana folders that are in Program Files, Program Files (x86) and ProgramData if you ask me. Tonight when I get home, I can install it in a VM to see what folders are created and list them here for you.

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I see Emsisoft folders on program data and program files x86 zemana folders i dont know where are i only find one on program files and another on user/local/roaming

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Hello,

 

if you want use exclusions exclude only the EAM program folder C:\Program Files x86\Emsisoft Anti-Malware\ in Zemana. Additionally exclude the EAM processes a2service.exe and a2guard.exe in Zemana. You will find the process files in the EAM program folder C:\Program Files x86\Emsisoft Anti-Malware\.

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Ok only need where are Zemana  folders to exclude it in emsi. I only found one on program files and other in user/local/roaming and thanks for your sugestion and atention cris

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According to "Should I Remove It?", Zemana Anti-Malware install itself in: C:\Program Files\Zemana AntiMalware.

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Did you get your exclusions to work for Zemana, The Banned?

If all else fails, you could uninstall Zemana, then use an installer tracker (such as that built into Revo Uninstaller) while you re-install it to see where it installs to.

 

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Look bro i can do the exclusoins but my system was corrupt b ecause i use a bad iso, stored in a trash harddrive because that i think i have several crash in system and whith that combo as i say above on program files program data and local user raming have the zemana folders fi some one wants to experiment that combo on comodo by other side include whith exclusions i have slow down system i quit comodo . Zemana catch some FP who  emsi dont i dont think necesary anymore.

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I'll stick my 1.5 cents in here.   I have several lifetime licenses I don't use any more.   That is just the nature of the beast.   You could really simplify your life by just switching to EIS, and drop all the other stuff.  Unless you have special cirumcstances as I do EIS and Sandboxie, and you are extremely well protected, with out the hassle.

 

Pete

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What Pete says is correct. I'm going to be blunt here, but users that runs multiple security software at the same time because they think it'll protect their system better makes me laugh a bit. You're basically shooting yourself in the foot when going that because you have to spend a lot of time making sure all these programs are compatible with each other, troubleshoot them when a problem occur (and most of the time when you encounter a weird issue, you won't even think that using a combo of all these programs together can be the root cause) and also have to deal with sharing system resources amongst all of them. When it comes to Antivirus and Firewall, use one product, and then you can add an Antimalware after, plus an Anti-Exploit (assuming your Antivirus doesn't have one). From there, all you need to do is have good security practice and harden your web browser a bit. No need for Antivirus A, Firewall B, Antimalware C and D, Anti-Exploit E, Anti-IDontKnowWhat F, etc. I see a lot of users which calls themself "Advanced Security Users" do that, and it just proves that they don't understand anything when it comes to security.

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Maybe you are rigth debugging and see how to dont crash the system maybe can be more bad. The user can do a irreversible damange trying combos. Tell me to me I try EAM and comodo, I have to move to EIS. The fw industry falls down and now the only good options at my view point are EAM and Windows FW and EIS. About antiexploits i dont understand about that topic because in all my years of computer user i only catch a virus by a vulnerability in my av product (bullguard before emsi) and it disables BFE service and i have no internet but whith the eset tool againts that virus i be safe. I only see a criptolocker in my work place and no the comon variants. Then i see too much pirated software viruses or trojans but not in my pc. I have here some adawares or junk software, sometimes i will be paranoid and ask help for a unknow file  or process. Whith the time i learn its not necesary will be too paranoid. The security practices are subjetive and obscure for example you can go to your university website and catch a criptolocker and can go to a porn site or pirate site and catch too. You have to trust in your software In that case emsi. Yes I agree whith you maybe i turn paranoid but i see too much people uses MBAM pro like you (Its not personal offensive comentary its just to describe a situation) and Zemana gives too much life time licences to much people and is litle economic than MBAM premium maybe will be a good alternative to EIS MBAM combo but i will check. I want to help me and help people in that way. I will report if i see some Zemana Issues whith emsi. If it dont maybe will be as i say a good alternative. I must tell about advanced security users jeje that makes me laugh really before emsi and before 2005 i have 3 or 4 security products and pass my time debugging  and dont enjoy my pc. When the multi av cames i goes crazy and use products whith 3 or 4 av engenies like Quihoo like Trust port or the dispear Coranti. Now i have a steam suscription and a lot a games and i like to play games. I search a comprensive security software not intrusive and who let me enjoy while i feel peace on mind. I have a norton sucription who i will give to my cousin. I have a dns infection while i use it because i use edge browser for my homework and dayly using . Now  i see emsi protects me better. If i found a Zemana Issue i will report here. I must tell you i have one but it was because i have a corrupt windows install because my iso was stored in a damanged external hd. Now i will check if the crash issue persist. Whith this new hd and clean windows install and good iso image. I hope my contributions and discusions helps For now the path of zemana files to exclusions are  that what i say above Program Files  Local Roaming

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The above was extremely difficult to read.  But as far as irreversible damage, that can't happen if you do proper backups using an imaging program.  If you aren't doing that you have already lost everything, you just don't know it.

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I am sorry i am not english speaker. I am spanish speaker  and i dont use a traslate program. I will try to say that things

 

1.-You can be infected in every place

2.- You can turn paranoid in security

3.- You can damange the system whith "combos" more tan whith a virus.

4.- I see too much people here uses MBAM Premium and EIS or EAM I think Zemana are a good alternative to that combo I will report you any issue.

4.1 I see some issues Zemana Catch some FP who emsi dont I dont see slowdowns or incompatibilities but maybe that are invisible for me. if i see one i report you

5 I not try to be ofensive. I try to Help and my content was helpful.

6 Sorry again my bad english

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I am sorry i am not english speaker. I am spanish speaker  and i dont use a traslate program. I will try to say that things

I think it was the length of the paragraph that Peter was referring to. The longer the paragraph, the more difficult it is to read. ;)

1.-You can be infected in every place

Outside of file infectors (traditional viruses, which are rather rare these days) most infections like to stick to certain tricks. They tend to like to save their files in the same folders (user profiles folders/AppData for instance), and there are limited ways to load these infections on startup (the favorite being simple run entries in the registry). Infected files in most places on your computer aren't going to do anything, unless they have a loadpoint (run entry, scheduled task, service, etc) or unless malicious code was injected into a legitimate program (file infector).

2.- You can turn paranoid in security

Absolutely. ;)

3.- You can damange the system whith "combos" more tan whith a virus.

Also quite true.

4.- I see too much people here uses MBAM Premium and EIS or EAM I think Zemana are a good alternative to that combo I will report you any issue.

I don't have any experience with Zemana's products, so I can't say whether they are good or not. I think Malwarebytes gets used more simply because it's more popular.

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I only want to say you have all reazon guys you can close the post i really feel litle bad to trash semana but  i think not are a good product it sends me too much fps and its real time protection are too intrusive and i think can not work alongside whith emsi because too much FP i hope semana does a best job  to sustitute malwarebytes pro. For now i feel ok whith emsi and Adguard. Thanks

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OK, I'll go ahead and close the topic. If you want it reopened, then just send me a Private Message to let me know.

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