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Poll: Best Anti-Virus

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    Kaspersky went out of best trio, but I as I see still keeps its reputation as solid AV.
    ESET NOD32 is on top now I guess. As mentioned NOD is not so hungry (like Kasp is) when it comes to hardware resources
    Personaly I use only Spybot Search'n'Destroy. For bugs malware and other shit - highly recomend this free app. Also pls donate, great job of it makers, if you like the software.

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    Kaspersky but it tends to have some annoying bugs once a while. Still feel it's a good one!

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    Voted for Microsoft Security Essential (now Windows Defender), it does the job well, and if you pair it with Malwarebyte Antimalware, you're set

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    Kaspersky is Russian and now banned from US government use due to backdoors. I'd stay away.

    Windows Defender is great and included.

    Bitdefender and NOD if you want to pay for updates.

    Add Spybot or Malwarebytes and you're all set.
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    I use Windows Defender and works just fine.

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    i am using a local product : smadav only few mb

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    Well web-root anti-virus suit has work great so far with me, has not let me down. I also have good habits to prevent infection. Like using virtual-machines to go to unknown websites.

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    Windows Defender and Malwarebytes with UAC up to medium so you at least have to try and fsck yourself, bar none.

    Maybe Symantec Endpoint or Webroot but only if you are managing thousands of machines and want a control panel. Symantec did do drive encryption the last time I removed it.

    Kaspersky is supposedly backdoored, AVG should be considered malware itself (no really some machines have 4 versions installed), Avast had its time in the sun and did what they all do by turning into a big advertisement. McAfee sucked as soon as it moved from DOS. Norton should just consider itself a secondary O/S with annoyance as the main feature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ju1ce View Post
    Kaspersky is Russian and now banned from US government use due to backdoors. I'd stay away.

    Windows Defender is great and included.

    Bitdefender and NOD if you want to pay for updates.

    Add Spybot or Malwarebytes and you're all set.
    Your exactly right was on the news not long ago...

    Comodo and Malwarebytes works just fine for me

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