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Thread: Reliable Anti-virus Program

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    So whats a good reliable usefull anti-virus program? list em here...

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    Norton Anti-Virus 2003:
    its very buggy but is the most popular. i dont like this one but it is considered the best there is, the problem is that because it is so popular, most viruses are written to disable it so you can no longer run the program.

    PC-Cillin 2003:
    i use this one and i find it the most reliabe out of all of them, plus it isnt as popular so u dont get the disabling problems, ad it downloads the same updates that Nortons connects to. norton's software sucks, Anti-Virus and PC-Anywhere are the only good programs they have even made, and even those suck. so i suggest u use PC-Cillin, you can find it on Kazaa too

    The Program:
    FileC-Cillin.2003.exe
    Length:17260209 Bytes,16856KB
    UUHash:=zP6+NkGgEMUJJDJQEAOqy9BKOxg=

    The Crack:
    FileC-Cillin.2003.crack.exe
    Length:166888 Bytes,163KB
    UUHash:=iqJachOakAe1wAbOC3nQdxd0/f8=




    is it possible someone could tell me how to make the hashes like links so people just click them and the download starts i noticed most of the verified have that now so i want to do it i wouldnt have the slightest how to do it. thanx any help is much appreciated.

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    Too buggy, stick with NAV 2002 for now and keep up with updates. I've never had something cause a problem to my system with it and I've opened up some beautiful viruses.

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    Forget the rest and go with the best Norton Anti-Virus 2003

    Dont leave home without it

  6. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    i had norton, i must say it was good but the only prublem is that it's doesn't notice any troyjan.....
    so i switched to McAfee....... and it's the best

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    Originally posted by itay@21 March 2003 - 19:23
    i had norton, i must say it was good but the only prublem is that it's doesn't notice any troyjan.....
    so i switched to McAfee....... and it's the best
    Is it true Norton AV2003 doesnt detect trojans? Mind you, aint yur firewall keepin em out?

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