I understand that I don’t really need Klamav, but I want it. (it’s my computer, MINE, MINE, MINE, rotfl!rotfl!rotfl!)
Now I don’t want to completely lock down my computer. But I do have a habit of installing things, at times from source, just to try them. I also use P2P often. I will avoid what I know to be a danger but I don’t shy away from the “maybes” I just want to know if I do head into a dangerous area, I miss something, or I am having an “idiot” day, that my system is backing me up and catching it all, even my stupid mistakes.
I installed clamav/klamav
It didn’t want to work. Research showed me that I had to turn off apparmor.
So I Turned off apparmor, ran Klamav (Only wants to let me run it as root.) Klamav finishes and I turn Apparmor back on.
My firewall settings are fine. Even though my computer responds all the ports are stealth. This works for me.
I am using Noscript in Firefox. Firefox seems to have a nice redirect blocking and Firefox also prevents some pop ups.
So it seems that I have all the bases covered? Even the ones that may not need to be covered?
Any thoughts from the over paranoid, like my self, on what else I can do/use on an installed system?