Hm… if those are the sorts that you want, then I suppose the products of Proactive Patrol might interest you which include (1) DeterminationMX (freeware) with the following features:
· Online Database of threats on your computer that can be exploited.
· Free research of any unrecognized items that are found during a scan.
· Outputs a review log file for self-help posting or analysis by experts.
· Proactive detection and deletion of security exploits.
· Creates a system restore point before making any changes to your system.
(2) AntiEverything (commercialware $5.00) which features:
Launches at startup to provide continuous real time protection for your computer.
Deeply scans everything! Even where most other programs can’t or don’t!
Logs galore to help you track the history of protection and removal.
Autoscans keep your computer free of malware and malicious code.
Auto-update 12 Month subscription included in Full Version!
Windows System Restore point created just before deleting suspect files as a backup.
One click removal – making malware defense a breeze!
Files are safely quarantined just in case you need to recover them for any reason.
Quarantine permits you to see exactly where malicious files were previously located.
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(3) Trust-no-Exe may do the job, but i don’t think it works on windows vista up.
(4) EQSecure (see: Review EQSecure 3.3 | Wilders Security Forums )
(5) Comodo’s own Defense + (see: https://forums.comodo.com/defense-sandbox-help-cis/using-comodo-internet-security-as-an-antiexecutable-t60303.0.html )
(6)ThreatFire also is available with an easy-to-use custom rules. Problem is, development has slowed to a pitiful crawl ever since Symantec got hold of it. I heard PCTool’s staff that were developing TF before all got fired and replaced. Dunno. As of now, it is just a rumor.
(7)or if you like, try Anti-Paranoia, my favorite. I use it all the time and it helps. It’s a useful Firefox extension which adds an entry (“I am afraid”) to the context and tools menus. When selected, anti-paranoia messages are displayed at random intervals.
The messages may be one of the following: “Stay calm.” “Everything is good.” “No one is against you.” “The world is a good place.” “Nobody is watching you.” “Everything will be much better soon.”
The interval between messages is between 200 and 400 seconds (3.33 minutes to 6.67 minutes). This may be why you don’t see anything happening. The message appears in the bottom, right corner of the browser window for a few seconds, then fades away. ;D kidding.
my choice is a combination of TF (blocks virtually everything) and SpyShelter (just in case I miss to include a rule, SpyShelter would probably spot it, alert me and suspend the process until I answer whether or not to allow it).