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Antivirus recommendations

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Shadow said:
I don't use a anti virus program currently, but i don't download files anymore (only like steam games) do you think i still need one?
Its always good to have an Antivirus no matter what you do.
For the l33t sk1d, do you want a free or a paid Antivirus ? What are your computer specs ?
 
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Angelo Punchinello said:
I think you forgot to post about Malwarebytes Anti Malware!!
I think you forgot that Malwarebytes is an Antimalware, not an Antivirus.

jkendler said:
I would recommend you Bitdefender Total Security,awesome technology and little resource usage
You got it all wrong, it's the total opposite.
 
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#26
Shadow said:
I currently use these programs:
AVG (antivirus)
CCleaner
SUPERAntiSpywareProfessional
Malwarebytes
AVG is cancer, swap it for another free Antivirus.
If you paid for it, keep it until the licence expires but don't renew it.
 
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#32
If you got common sense, MlawareBytes & Windows Defender should be enough.
Although Norton Internet Security comes with a pretty useful rootkit scanner & remover.
Downside with Norton is the spammy shit it brings along.
 
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#33
Unreal said:
If you got common sense, MlawareBytes & Windows Defender should be enough.
Although Norton Internet Security comes with a pretty useful rootkit scanner & remover.
Downside with Norton is the spammy shit it brings along.
Downside with Norton is that it's shit overall.
And Windows Defender is more of an Antimalware rather than an Antivirus. Plus it's only available in Windows 8 and above.
 
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#34
Aura said:
Downside with Norton is that it's shit overall.
And Windows Defender is more of an Antimalware rather than an Antivirus. Plus it's only available in Windows 8 and above.
Which is why MalwareBytes & WD is a good combo.
Add in Norton or any other spammy AV if you lack common sense.
 
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#35
Unreal said:
Which is why MalwareBytes & WD is a good combo.
Add in Norton or any other spammy AV if you lack common sense.
Your good combo is to use two Antimalware instead of one Antivirus and one Antimalware ? Doesn't make sense.
An Antivirus won't replace common sense.
 

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