What is the best anti-virus/internet security software?

Discussion in 'Security and Anti-Virus Software' started by Elite Cataphract, Sep 9, 2008.

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  1. Elite Cataphract

    Elite Cataphract Notebook Evangelist

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    I am looking for the most reliable anti-virus/internet security software. I would like the program to not slow down my computer. I currently have Norton Anti-Virus and Windows Live Care One.

    Any suggestions/advice? Thank you.:)
     
  2. Andy

    Andy Notebook Prophet

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    Kaspersky (Internet Security 7.0)....
     
  3. McGrady

    McGrady Notebook Virtuoso

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    Wrong forum. Nod32 is the answer to your question.
     
  4. Elite Cataphract

    Elite Cataphract Notebook Evangelist

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    How about BitDefender? It seems pretty good. Any thoughts?
     
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    chrisb808 Notebook Consultant

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    I'm currently using PC tools on the desktop and PCillin' on the lappie. No problems yet that I'm aware of. <knocks on wood>
     
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    AKAJohnDoe Mime with Tourette's

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    Lakjin Notebook Deity

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    I swear everytime this question is asked, there is a war between NBR users as to which one is better :D
     
  8. Hiker

    Hiker Notebook Deity

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    But of course.

    However, the answer is the programs in my sig. :D All free although I did upgrade to SuperAntiSpywarePro (lifetime for $20).
     
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    I'm sticking to NOD32 antivirus and free Spybot search & destroy, and last but not least: common sense. ;)
     
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    Using NOD32 here, pretty light on resources.
     
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