AtlBo

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I guess Norton or McAfee? Comodo is onto the best concept, but I think they still lack a hands off endpoint option for workstations. For companies a very sophisticated network monitoring system is required in accompaniment to the endpoint software. Don't think they have anything that has gotten anyone's attention...
 

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I guess Norton or McAfee? Comodo is onto the best concept, but I think they still lack a hands off endpoint option for workstations. For companies a very sophisticated network monitoring system is required in accompaniment to the endpoint software. Don't think they have anything that has gotten anyone's attention...
I considered Comodo Japanese. Maybe they are US based

If so, huge boost to US ability
 
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I think it's Norton. Most reviews that I have read proves that Norton is the best consumer-security software in terms of overall virus protection and performance, as measured by detection rates and speed. Also, I have been using Norton for a couple of years and I am very satisfied with its' security and protection features.
 
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Of all U.S. AV produces, Malwarebytes has the largest share of the global market - in large part due to its free version (most people refuse to pay).

If you measure what has been installed after it has been paid for - and has remained on the system, then the statistics are a lot different.

One set of measurements and statistics is virtually never comparable to another set because what and how things are measured is completely different.
 
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