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Thread: Free anti-virus thingy?

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    Skweeky's Avatar Manker's web totty
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    Does anyone know of any decent FREE anti-virus software?
    I'm getting tired of Norton

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    I have Kaspersky pro with keys...

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    https://filesharingtalk.com/vb3/f-sof...13#post2082728

    Most of which are available for download on your program of choice.



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    Anyway Norton is a pig and is difficult to remove so use a good de-installer..actually Kaspersky does that for you and will first de-install Norton before it installs itself..

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    The norton removal tool would be a good thing to use http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT...05033108162039

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    NOD32 is one of the best.

    Not free, but if you google for NOD32 Fix, it's the first link.

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    The trouble with nod32 is that SoulSeek and other programs can be adversely affected as it often causes conflicts..

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    Skweeky, I've used them all. I've had the most success with the least amount
    of conflicts on a variety of platforms; using AVG.

    It's light on system resources (small footprint) free updates for virus
    definitions and it's reliable.

    Fact.

    http://free.grisoft.com/doc/2/lng/us/tpl/v5


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    I've made no secret my contempt for antivirus programs, and the climate of fear that engenders their perceived necessity, but at work I was forced to start using AVG, because of one of our client's minimum security requirments in order to access their network via a VPN.

    I have to say, it's not too painful, as BD says.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbarossa View Post
    I've made no secret my contempt for antivirus programs, and the climate of fear that engenders their perceived necessity
    me agrees. Fuck the anti-virus and the firewalls and the anti-spyware, especially the anti-spyware.

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