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To me, it's the Emsisoft AntiMalware. I've been using it for years. It's very good at detecting Trojans.
I just got hit by malware, this fixed my problem: http://cellphoneforums.net/computers...ml#post1517850
Originally Posted by pol_bishop25 The best protection is to stay away from suspicious websites. I personally don't use antivirus program for a few years, but rather think twice before clicking a link. Good advice, but keep this in mind: if you have an Internet connection, then the bad guys will find you even if you don't find them. In other words,"safe surfing" alone will not necessarily prevent you from getting viruses. You would still be wise to install something on your PC; I have been using the free version of Avast, and have not had any problems. Avast even stops occasional attempted virus attack. I'd hate to think what might have happened if I had no protection!
The best protection is to stay away from suspicious websites. I personally don't use antivirus program for a few years, but rather think twice before clicking a link.
If you would like to use a free antivirus then i have to suggest you avast is best but for this case you must have a internet connection and if you want to use paid antivirus then you can use karpersky or norton.
Certainly Kaspersky is the best around ... try the 2011 version
I am using Zone Alarm. So far so good.
what do you think is better...
kaspersky or bitdefender?
Norton Antivirus 2010 became too good, it has good performance and high protection. I'm using it.
I am using AVG free edition 9.0 on my office PC and Avast free edition on my home PC. i have no trouble using these anti-virus. If you keep updating them with the latest definition from the internet they would be working fine.
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