From FP thread carrying discussion over to here. I guess there are a few people who think they are completely secure if they are just careful and 'in control' of their PC, that they will be totally immune to any threats that may exist in the wild. I might understand their confidence if applied to Windows 10, where its security may be the tightest in any OS to date, but was bemused to see this 'in-control-nothing-can-happen-to-me' philosophy being applied to all OS's over the last 20 years . How many of you follow this approach today and are you totally comfortable with no defender, no AV software, just the 'I am smart and in control' approach? Has anyone done this in Win 95, 98 and XP days? Those OS's had horrible security back then and some (XP) were breached just by being connected to the net with no user input (sasser worm) at all.