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superboy123

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hello everyone,i want to ask you....which antivirus is the best for suite...example,bitdefender total security 2013,kapsersky pure,norton 360 primear and more....
 

Littlebits

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This has been discussed many times on here before.

It all depends on the users needs, system performance and price.
The best is a broad category, the best what?

The best protection, best system performance, the best price, the best value for the price, the best detection, etc.

All suites have advantages and disadvantages, that's why many users rather just use their own combos to make a setup that fits their needs and preferences.

Thanks.:D
 

McLovin

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I think Littlebits summed it all up. It's down to the user, but I have stuck near Trend for years now and trust them.
 
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Littlebits said:
This has been disgusted many times on here before.
Discussed and also disgusted by some products :D :p

Seriously, Littlebits resume all; first you have to know:

- your system: if it can handle any products in terms of resources, etc...
- yourself: can you handle an HIPS or Behavior Blocker, or you want it to do everything for you, etc...
- what you expect: an install & forget solution, an heavily tweakable one, one with very high detection, one very light, etc...
- will you pay or not for it.

If you have an answer to each of these questions, you will be able to select the proper one, it may not be the best of the market but the best for you !
Learn how to use it, then few malware will bypass it.
 

Littlebits

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Umbra Corp. said:
Littlebits said:
This has been disgusted many times on here before.
Discussed and also disgusted by some products :D :p

Seriously, Littlebits resume all; first you have to know:

- your system: if it can handle any products in terms of resources, etc...
- yourself: can you handle an HIPS or Behavior Blocker, or you want it to do everything for you, etc...
- what you expect: an install & forget solution, an heavily tweakable one, one with very high detection, one very light, etc...
- will you pay or not for it.

If you have an answer to each of these questions, you will be able to select the proper one, it may not be the best of the market but the best for you !
Learn how to use it, then few malware will bypass it.
Corrected, too bad the spell checker doesn't correct everything.;)

I would like to add also, it depends on what kind of protection you need.
If you can get by with just a free AV and Windows Firewall without ever getting infections then you don't need to change. If you do get infections then you might first start with your internet habits and use a more complex solution, of coarse you will need to learn how to use it in order for it to be effective.

Users who don't pay attention and watch what websites they visit and which files they download need more protection than users who are more aware of what they are doing.

Thanks.:D
 

mercurial

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Littlebits said:
Umbra Corp. said:
Littlebits said:
This has been disgusted many times on here before.
Discussed and also disgusted by some products :D :p

Seriously, Littlebits resume all; first you have to know:

- your system: if it can handle any products in terms of resources, etc...
- yourself: can you handle an HIPS or Behavior Blocker, or you want it to do everything for you, etc...
- what you expect: an install & forget solution, an heavily tweakable one, one with very high detection, one very light, etc...
- will you pay or not for it.

If you have an answer to each of these questions, you will be able to select the proper one, it may not be the best of the market but the best for you !
Learn how to use it, then few malware will bypass it.
Corrected, too bad the spell checker doesn't correct everything.;)

I would like to add also, it depends on what kind of protection you need.
If you can get by with just a free AV and Windows Firewall without ever getting infections then you don't need to change. If you do get infections then you might first start with your internet habits and use a more complex solution, of coarse you will need to learn how to use it in order for it to be effective.

Users who don't pay attention and watch what websites they visit and which files they download need more protection than users who are more aware of what they are doing.

Thanks.:D
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