View Poll Results: What Antivirus Do You Use?

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  • AVG

    31 21.38%
  • BitDefender

    4 2.76%
  • ESET

    24 16.55%
  • Norton

    14 9.66%
  • McAfee

    8 5.52%
  • Dr Web

    0 0%
  • Trend Micro

    3 2.07%
  • Zone Alarms

    1 0.69%
  • AVAST

    31 21.38%
  • Other

    29 20.00%
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    Between that and Malwarebytes, one should have a clean computer.

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    The best anti virus/malware is COMMON SENSE!

    NOD32 + Malwarebytes, been using this combo for years, never failed me.

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    I am currently using Mcaffe because it came free with my laptop for two years after that i will be using avast, I always use malwarebytes it works wonders.
    "The worst thing you can do is not to get old, but to close your mind to others that you think lack the experiences you have had. " Oddgriffin
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    Y'all are a bunch of open source haters. ClamAV for me even though I use it mainly as a favor for Windows users. I don't want to go spreading stuff around that can't hurt me.
    Last edited by Darkcide666; 02-27-2011 at 02:52 PM.
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    The poll is closed.
    "Macs are the Perfect Computers," said the Perfect Idiot.

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    But apparently the thread is still open.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcide666 View Post
    But apparently the thread is still open.
    Anything to spread the word of linux right?
    "The worst thing you can do is not to get old, but to close your mind to others that you think lack the experiences you have had. " Oddgriffin
    "I don't mind having problems. I'm sure anyone who has spent time on here reading my rants will tend to agree." Darkcide666
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    Quote Originally Posted by supermasterpig View Post
    Anything to spread the word of linux right?
    I swear my next tat will be Tux. ClamAV is open source but can be ran in Windows via Immunet which is powered by ClamAV. It's a very good free antivirus. I recommend it above anything else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcide666 View Post
    I swear my next tat will be Tux. ClamAV is open source but can be ran in Windows via Immunet which is powered by ClamAV. It's a very good free antivirus. I recommend it above anything else.
    No offense but I will stick with avast I might test it on a friends computer though!! I know a guy who got a tat of a pokemon, it looks nothing like a pokemon.
    "The worst thing you can do is not to get old, but to close your mind to others that you think lack the experiences you have had. " Oddgriffin
    "I don't mind having problems. I'm sure anyone who has spent time on here reading my rants will tend to agree." Darkcide666
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    I like Kaspersky, it's never failed me. Also the new Norton internet security is much better than the older versions. I don't use anything for linux but I will check out clamAV thanks. The only ones I've used that I'm not impressed with and won't use again are AVG and Avast.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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