At the risk of hijacking the flow of this thread I wanted to respond to a few things.
If you're using SBIE, then why do you need the security suite? What has gotten by SBIE???
If all you are concerned about is the integrity of the system, nothing
(as much as I love it) SBIE does NOT prevent temporary keyloggers, screenloggers and other assorted baddies from operating within. That's OK if you don't care about temporary issues and SBIE does its job VERY WELL but I am one of those weirdos that prefers prevention rather than containment. Obviously I enjoy (and trust in) the containment SBIE provides but it doesn't
stop everything. Yes, the flexible rules aid in locking things down but there isn't the granularity that 'suits' can offer to aid those of us who like to be in control of the PC. With that I am mostly talking about HIPs and firewall rules...
If you CHOOSE to use an AV software, then Windows Defender is all you need.
Let's agree to disagree on this one? That said, I feel safe enough using the Win10
version for my childs PC, just not mine. Of course I also added SRP there....
The issues is with KIS and their failed SB attempt. Their code persists and it blocks SBIE.
Let's agree to agree on this one? That is of course, with me, assuming your statment is correct. You all haven't let me down yet (despite my many complaints and random nagging) so I'm willing to accept this as fact especially with what I have read on the K forum.
So, you have to make a choice. SBIE or your run of the mill 3rd party suite. Remember, SBIE doesn't detect nor block any malware. It simply keeps it in the SB from reaching your computer.
I suppose that depends how you define 'reaching your computer.' It doesn't 'infect' or 'perisist' but that doesn't mean it can't be active at any point within a SB! Circle back to my first quote... but yeah, if it isn't working together you need to find a different solution IF you want to have the containment SBIE provides.
I believe in prevention rather than containment but I still don't feel safe without my [SBIE] containment net and that's saying something!
yeah, I suppose I was /mad bro this time... hmph... Then I had a Crybaby moment
wondering how often you all laugh at my odd comments in the office!