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    Default Which is the Best Antivirus software package for your computer?

    There is no end to antivirus software in the internet that you can get free. But do you think that all are reliable and can really offer you the protection. Perhaps not! There are very few companies that manufacture antivirus software packages which are really effective and can provide complete protection to your computer or laptop. Those are not free off course.

    However you can get free trial version for a particular period. And there is some antivirus software package that you can install in your computer to scan your mobile phone storage memory and delete the viruses. Given below are few names of the antivirus companies that create wonderful antivirus software packages.

    Norton Antivirus Software: This has been one of the most trusted antivirus software packages till date to protect your computer. But the only demerit is that the Norton software is incompatible to latest and very intelligent viruses. And above all there are complains of making the system very slow. The Norton is the known to eat up lot of RAM space while being active.

    MecCafe: This is another trusted name when it comes to antivirus. This has been latest choice of people and has been considered better than Norton in the sense that it doesnít slow down your computer. This antivirus software package is little expensive but you can get the trial version of the software from the internet and get worked for your computer.

    Quickheal: This is one antivirus which is known to scan both your computer and mobile phones as well. The software package has been identified as the best mobile and computer scanner. Off late the trial version of the software has been available in the internet where you can use it for one month to test how the antivirus removes the virus and offer protection to your system.

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    My Vote goes to Quick Heal.....Norton is not good at detecting Trojans

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    Norton is the best

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    norton 360's the best and the lightest

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    norton eats up the ram n makes the comp slow,doesnt detect virus
    kaspersky is the best...

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    for me it is Avira.. though free av it has the highest detection rate and uses a lot less ram.
    If it was easy, everybody would be doing it. :P

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    Default free & best

    Combination of avast & immunet protect
    avast = good scanner
    immunet protect = good protection (cloud based)

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    Microsoft Security Essentials for the win!! Totally unobtrusive and integrates really well with win 7...very light, great detection capabilities and totally free!
    DON'T beam me up, Scotty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarK View Post
    Microsoft Security Essentials for the win!! Totally unobtrusive and integrates really well with win 7...very light, great detection capabilities and totally free!
    I Agree. Even removed AVAST 5 now

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    Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 FTW
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    Quote Originally Posted by imrock View Post
    Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 FTW
    its like asking whose boobs are better, bipasha's or mallika's

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    Quote Originally Posted by imrock View Post
    Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 FTW
    Is this genuine?
    Because it is FTW

    But anyway, i like ESET THE BEAST!
    It beats all the viruses!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kadamba View Post
    Is this genuine?
    Because it is FTW


    FTW = For The Win ..

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    Default Good Antivirus

    Mc Afee is light on resources, good on protecting the computer from viruses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cool_techie_tvm View Post

    FTW = For The Win ..
    I know what ftw means!

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    Kaspersky Pure

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    I hate (well not really hate, just get exasperated with) these AV softwares. They all take a lot of memory or CPU. That is one reason why I like Linux. Unfortunately not many office apps on Linux are available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    I hate (well not really hate, just get exasperated with) these AV softwares. They all take a lot of memory or CPU. That is one reason why I like Linux. Unfortunately not many office apps on Linux are available.
    I know CAs who use Linux + OO.o. No complaints to date. When your code is open to scrutiny, any problems detected are fixed immidiately. If you want to to see it yourself, you should really read the archives of any important linux/open source project mailing list dedicated to reviewing software. Each and every line of code is scrutinized. Cannot happen at MS, where this would be considered a "disrespect to interlectual property".

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    Quote Originally Posted by safeguy View Post
    Each and every line of code is scrutinized. Cannot happen at MS, where this would be considered a "disrespect to interlectual property".

    Do you know what SLDC is ? what is a QA process ? if not then don't post just comments which does not makes sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talktoanil View Post
    Do you know what SLDC is ? what is a QA process ? if not then don't post just comments which does not makes sense.
    It's SDLC, by the way.

    I can't claim to having been an MS employee, but I do know one thing. There's a reason open-source software is so successful (I'll come to my definition of successful later). It's because of source code being publicly available for scrutiny, modification and testing. A QA process exists in the open source world also. There is a limit to how much a QA process can catch problems and loopholes in the code. That's exactly why ethical hacking is used nowadays.

    I fail to understand why Microsoft makes its own anti-virus. The reason viruses exist is that there are holes in the code that allow you to get past certain restrictions set by the OS. When you find that hole, you either fix it (the Linux way) or try to kill everyone who knows about that hole (the anti-virus way). Why would someone not fix the holes when they are discovered? Why do you think that despite Linux's market share of servers exceeding 90%, people are unable to make viruses that destroy servers world over?

    I consider Linux a success today. Linux may not have even 10% of the market share in desktop computers, but it has made an impact - it known to be stable and secure. The FUD MS injects into the media is nonsense. This is NOT because Linux doesn't have a market share. It is because of the concept of open source itself. A leading American newspaper conducted a survey of how many days browsers remained vulnerable in a year (i.e. sum of all the delays between detection of hole and fixing the hole for all security issues combined) and found Firefox to be vulnerable for 9 days in a year. The supported version of IE was vulnerable for over 250 days. What are you attributing that to, huh? Bias against MS? Not in the Washington Post, I'm sure.

    Linux and open source software in general have reached a point where they are sustainable and have enough momentum to continue. There may be fears now and then (MySQL, etc) but it has enough people contributing that it can be used in production environments without closed source software. It continues to grow on the desktop market without any marketing. (You know how much marketing does and you when the last time you saw an MS advert was - yesterday - and the last time you saw a Linux advert was - never).

    That MS has to constantly fallback to FUD proves my point.

    EDIT: To everyone else - please do not take this rudely. I do not intend to start a flame war. I am simply defending myself. Expect never to see unprovoked aggressive writing from me - not before, not now, not in the future.

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    you need to grow up kid. all i can say is good luck. and you think that big giant like MS will ignore any errors in OS ?
    and speaking about linux, you think it has no bugs ? you think it has got no virus cauz it has not got bugs ? lol u really need to learn a bit of programming and then only you can comment now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talktoanil View Post
    you need to grow up kid.
    Like I said, I'm not starting a flame war here. I'm not replying to that sentence.
    Quote Originally Posted by talktoanil View Post
    all i can say is good luck. and you think that big giant like MS will ignore any errors in OS ?
    I'm sorry. It's about time you stopped believing that just because MS is giant it will behave in a certain manner. It doesn't ignore bugs. Far from it. My only complaint about it is it's FUD.
    Quote Originally Posted by talktoanil View Post
    and speaking about linux, you think it has no bugs ?
    No. Nothing like that. There are many. And there will ALWAYS be bugs in software as long as humans are writing code. I write code myself and I know it very well. The number of bugs in any Linux distro exceeds many many thousands. I am not denying that. I am simply saying FOSS has a much better way of dealing with it. Nothing, whatsoever about how many bugs it has.
    Quote Originally Posted by talktoanil View Post
    you think it has got no virus cauz it has not got bugs ?
    Again. NO. It's because the source is available for people to locate the bug and I can get the update without having my computer being checked for genuineness.
    Quote Originally Posted by talktoanil View Post
    lol u really need to learn a bit of programming and then only you can comment now.
    :bows: I've learned far more than a bit of programming. I actually deal with the bugs you're talking of.

    Thank you.

    If you'd like to continue your aggression please be mature and PM me. You've dragged this thread off-topic, don't derail it any further.

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    Quote Originally Posted by safeguy View Post
    Like I said, I'm not starting a flame war here. I'm not replying to that sentence. I'm sorry. It's about time you stopped believing that just because MS is giant it will behave in a certain manner. It doesn't ignore bugs. Far from it. My only complaint about it is it's FUD. No. Nothing like that. There are many. And there will ALWAYS be bugs in software as long as humans are writing code. I write code myself and I know it very well. The number of bugs in any Linux distro exceeds many many thousands. I am not denying that. I am simply saying FOSS has a much better way of dealing with it. Nothing, whatsoever about how many bugs it has.Again. NO. It's because the source is available for people to locate the bug and I can get the update without having my computer being checked for genuineness. :bows: I've learned far more than a bit of programming. I actually deal with the bugs you're talking of.

    Thank you.

    If you'd like to continue your aggression please be mature and PM me. You've dragged this thread off-topic, don't derail it any further.
    in that case you should have posted a sensible comment at first rather than ranting about linux. i can also do same for Mac OS or for Windows 7. But thats not the point here.

    Quote Originally Posted by safeguy View Post

    You've dragged this thread off-topic, don't derail it any further.


    Check what the topic was about and who started about Linux here.
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    KASPERSKY is the best

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    Norton 360 Version 4.0

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    I prefer:
    Avira and eset!
    They are the best!

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    Avira free edition is the simplest and the fastest anti virus program

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    yep..Avira is the best..itis free and is no.1 in hunting down malware
    If it was easy, everybody would be doing it. :P

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    All everyone has to do is read the article:

    That is, if you believe the experts.

    The experts say that BitDefender is the best on their benchmark tests. Their opinion, not mine, please note.
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    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    All everyone has to do is read the article: AntiVirus Software Review 2010 - TopTenREVIEWS

    That is, if you believe the experts.

    The experts say that BitDefender is the best on their benchmark tests. Their opinion, not mine, please note.
    these review sites are not done experts but people who want to make a fast buck writing fake reviews..

    if u want the real deal head to - AV-Comparatives - Independent Tests of Anti-Virus Software - Welcome to AV-Comparatives.org or Virus Bulletin : Independent Malware Advice
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    Quote Originally Posted by StormShadow View Post
    these review sites are not done experts but people who want to make a fast buck writing fake reviews..

    if u want the real deal head to -
    OK.

    But what make you sure that those (the link I provided) are fake and this (your link) are genuine? Just asking....

    I checked on CNET and PCWorld also - their reviews and ranks more or less matched with the link that I provided. now if you are going to call CNET/PCWorld also fake, then I cannot say anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    OK.

    But what make you sure that those (the link I provided) are fake and this (your link) are genuine? Just asking....

    I checked on CNET and PCWorld also - their reviews and ranks more or less matched with the link that I provided. now if you are going to call CNET/PCWorld also fake, then I cannot say anything.
    most of the review sites are indeed fake or are just copy pasted from other review sites. the one u provided is a fake or just a copy/paste and it users these affiliate links to many ecommerece shops that make it a highly suspicious review.

    Now dont compare Cnet or PC World affiliate links or even AV comparatives or Virus Bulletin to these Top Ten review site.

    there is an adage that says - "On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog"

    so it is better to be circumspect about these reviews or benchmarks.
    If it was easy, everybody would be doing it. :P

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    Kaspersky is the best
    but the only problem is it keys get backlisted

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    Quick Heal.Their sypport is very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    All everyone has to do is read the article: AntiVirus Software Review 2010 - TopTenREVIEWS

    That is, if you believe the experts.

    The experts say that BitDefender is the best on their benchmark tests. Their opinion, not mine, please note.
    its only marketing funda......thats all...
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    Avast Internet Security is the best ever... I tried all but all are failed

    My vote goes to Avast 5 Internet Security edition and Avast 5 Pro.

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    I think Kaspersky Internet Security is very famous and best for the computer. Because it requires less ram. It provides more security. The features are like Real-time proactive protection against all Internet threats Improved, New Safe Surf feature for unparalleled online security, System Watcher technology, Easy-Access Desktop gadget, Unique Safe Run mode for apps & websites Improved and so on.

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    It must be kaspersky !!!!
    but for those PC with low ram, please do not use it.
    It will slower your speed terrible

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    Avira is the best.. free, fast, low cpu/ram usage and AV with highest malware detection
    If it was easy, everybody would be doing it. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by StormShadow View Post
    Avira is the best.. free, fast, low cpu/ram usage and AV with highest malware detection
    Avira got free and paid?
    which one better ? i wonder what the different or it totally sames?

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    I agree that Mcafee is better choice than all other because it takes lesss recorces...Bt I persnally like Kaspersky pure...itz very good and best one It detects almost all types of viruses even better than Mcafee.. Still choice depends upon user according to his use...for general user mcAfee is best

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    Kaspersky is best.
    I am using Kaspersky from 2 years.

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    i will go for BITDEFENDER if i would like to buy. . . . .

    For free antivirus i would pair avast antivirus and zonealarm free firewall . . . . . .
    If u own win 7 then u urself have microsoft security essentials . . . . . . . Which works best with the operating system. . . . . . .
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    Default Top Rated Freeware Antivirus

    Avira and Avast are the two best free antivirus available now.

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    Default Avast Internet Security 6 is the Best

    Hi Avast internet security 6 is the best performing antivirus application available on the internet.

    Avast have three version free/ pro/ internet security

    for home users pro / internet security is the best.

    For those who want a free anti-virus they can opted for Avast free home edition free registration available for general threats.

    But it is commandeered to go for pro or internet security.

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    Post Avg Antivirus

    AVG Antivirus is best.
    easy and fast scan..
    AVG Anti-Virus 2011 includes the LinkScanner and Social Networking Protection.
    you can try it

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    AVG is not the best ....

    AVG was the best....


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    EICAR test works with almost all the updated antivirus....

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    BitDefender Internet Security. THE BEST! Except Kaspersky and 2-3 others, all suck! Dont ever trust AV softwares like Quickheal. They are not worth paying for at all. The name is perfect Quick-heal. It only heals doesn't protect! lol

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    Avira is the best antivirus.....

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    Microsoft Security Essentials..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raman009 View Post
    Microsoft Security Essentials..
    I use Quick Heal Total Security.So far , I have no problem.

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    Avira = lots of false positive. Just to tell you that your computer was severely infected.

    Bitdefender = Useless. Takes one or more hour to install. go to CNET and don't just read the review given by editor but read the comments of customers too.

    AVG = Good one but false positive is a problem.

    Norton IS = Very good. But don't let you do anything. Control everything on its own.

    Avast = Very good one. But can not access password protected archives.

    Quick Heal =good one. with lack of features.

    ESET Smart Security = best. Just set firewall to interactive mode and let it do its work.

    Panda IS = very good. slows down computer.



    I go with NIS and ESET Smart Security.
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    lol Bitdefender does not take 1 hour to install. I had just recently installed it when I had changed my OS. It takes longer because it scans the system before installation so it would be installed in a clean environment. It would take more time only if you update it during installation and have a slow internet connection. I have used Bitdefender Internet Security and Bitdefender Total Security. The third version Bitdefender Antivirus doesn't protect from internet attacks I guess so it would not be an ideal AV and Total Security protects too much IMO. The Bitdefender Internet Security is the best with so many customizations and also the best protection. I have been using it since 2 years and I do a lot of stuff on my computer so I know. I had tried Norton but it sucks unless you keep it completely turned off and only use it for scanning your pc whenever you need. I used to consider Avast as a very good AV but its not even worth paying for. I always kept it on but yet though I didn't do anything new on my pc and always did full scans, my explorer got corrupted somehow so its just not powerful enough. If you do online banking of any kind I strongly advice you to not use this AV software. AVG is good enough but has very few options. Once you get to know all the features of Bitdefender Internet Security, its the best whatever you may do on your PC.

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    AVAST has fully functionality Antivirus and antispyware for your PC. Avast has protecting threats from internet. Avast! free Antivirus can detect previously unknown viruses and other malware.

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    Bitdefender is the Best of all anti virus...!!
    and Secondly, I can suggest Kaspersky!!

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    Well, the best Antivirus for my computer is Kaspersky as I am using it from last 3.5 years and believe me it runs very smooth on your computer. The best thing which I like about this Antivirus is the options it is very easy to understand and operate, it runs automatically and take very less amount of RAM and less load on CPU. I have noticed many times with any other Antivirus they take more RAM during scan or whenever they perform any action on the background which obviously slow down your computer performance. Kaspersky never impact on your computer performance it repairs most the virus's and second Antivirus which I like most is Quick Heal apart of that there are many good Antivirus available, for me these two Antivirus's work great. Still everyone has their own experience and their own way to keep their computer safe from virus by Antivirus, it could be any Antivirus.
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    I use MSE.. its light n easy.. in addition to it i also have CCleaner... this combo makes my pc as fast as a Shaktiman..

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    avast free + usb disk security + mbam....using since past few years. never afflicted with any virus or malware ever since!

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    I use Avast (free edition) for my home computer and it is working fine. Earlier I was using AVG and changed it when it starts slowing down my PC. Avast is silent on my PC and it could locate a good number of viruses when I first installed it on my laptop.

    I just wanted to check if there is any other free anti-virus softwares available on-line which is very light on the computer?

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