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tlacenka

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Mar 22, 2014
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hello, need suggestion for mine new device.
i have tried a lot of security products, but dont know-how what to choose. I need to have most lightest security product. For not slowing the computer.
what should i look for ? Maybe its time to try comodo ? Or something else?
thanks to all suggestion and advice for what should i look for.

No avg nor avast please
 

Filipe

Level 1
Verified
Feb 23, 2018
46
hello, need suggestion for mine new device.
i have tried a lot of security products, but dont know-how what to choose. I need to have most lightest security product. For not slowing the computer.
what should i look for ? Maybe its time to try comodo ? Or something else?
thanks to all suggestion and advice for what should i look for.

No avg nor avast please
Hi,
You can look for F-Secure or Eset. My advise without a doubt would be F-Secure.
Comodo its for security geeks mostly but you can use the CS config. And as for performance its heavy on average systems, as per security, the av forget but is strength is on containment.
 

ZeePriest

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Jul 2, 2020
306
hello, need suggestion for mine new device.
i have tried a lot of security products, but dont know-how what to choose. I need to have most lightest security product. For not slowing the computer.
what should i look for ? Maybe its time to try comodo ? Or something else?
thanks to all suggestion and advice for what should i look for.

No avg nor avast please
Free or paid?
 
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SeriousHoax

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Mar 16, 2019
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Lightness varies from system to system in some cases. Like the two AVs suggested by other users above doesn't run well on my system. F-Secure runs terribly on my PC and Trend Micro has app launching delays.
The AV that runs light on my system are ESET, Bitdefender, Avast/AVG, Kaspersky (except web browsing), Microsoft Defender (except CPU heavy tasks), Panda Free (Worse protection).
So try the products on your system suggested by members here and decide what works the best for you.
 

Vitali Ortzi

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Dec 12, 2016
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Hi,
You can look for F-Secure or Eset. My advise without a doubt would be F-Secure.
Comodo its for security geeks mostly but you can use the CS config. And as for performance its heavy on average systems, as per security, the av forget but is strength is on containment.
How is comodo heavy ?
It's way lighter then ESET Wich is light by itself
 

Vitali Ortzi

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Dec 12, 2016
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Do you install a lot of different software and or get some from shady sources ?
if so ESET and Kaspersky is my recommendation for low false positive and mostly silent
Else any default deny like comodo but any unknown software to the cloud with comodo will be isolated so it requires manual operations at times
Basically default deny is great for security bad for usability in some systems where many unknowns software to the cloud is installed frequently
 

Vitali Ortzi

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For CS settings set comodo on proactive disable hips , set firewall to block and not notify as well as container to auto restrict any unknown program for extra mitigation you could remove some of the trusted venders but other then Chinese ones I don't really do much other changes
 

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