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    OSArmor

    Monitor and block suspicious processes behaviors to prevent infections by malware, ransomware, and other threats. This tool analyzes parent processes and prevents, for example, MS Word from running cmd.exe or powershell.exe, it prevents ransomware from deleting shadow copies of files via vssadmin.exe, it blocks processes with double file extensions (i.e invoice.pdf.exe), it blocks USB-spreading malware, and much more. It is lightweight, zero-configuration and runs in the background protecting your system.
    https://www.novirusthanks.org/products/osarmor/

    If you use a real-time antivirus or antimalware, this is a good complement for it, and even if you don't, you may still find it useful as a safety net. Many interesting features within.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    https://www.novirusthanks.org/products/osarmor/

    If you use a real-time antivirus or antimalware, this is a good complement for it, and even if you don't, you may still find it useful as a safety net. Many interesting features within.
    Is it ok to use this with an antivirus software? I have eset installed.
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    Yes, it's designed to work alongside an antivirus. Some of the options may overlap with what you already have, but in any case you should read the documentation first instead of using the default settings or enabling everything
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    So I just open this and leave it running in the background?
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    In principle, yes... but do read the manual
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