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Thread: Looking 4 A Reliable Version Of Nod 32 Antivirus.

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    As the pinned threads say it's the best Antivirus, I'm looking for a reliable version of it. I've recently cleaned up my HD, then install the "pleasure-dome" version of Nod-32 antivirus I got with emule by filedonkey. And some strange stuff happened, the antivirus told me that the crack for himself was a virus. Actually I have some serious doubts about the efficience of the version, and maybe the program itself, as it never detect any viruses whereas Norton antivirus used to.
    So I would apreciate a non cracked and 100% reliable version

    I'll be your slave for one entire year if you can do that.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Ok for 2 years then

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    For NOD32 take the un/pw you find. Go to the ESET site - downloads - commercial (not trial). You'll get un/pw prompt.......

    But the crack (un/pw) is month to month.

    That's it every other method for NOD32 is bs. I've tried 6 or so cr*cks for NOD32, all bs. It's all un/pw. And at the best those last a month. Then it's time to get get a new un/pw.

    Great AV though. Gone through 4 or 5 sets of un/pw in about 3 months.

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    Thanks for those precious informations.

    So I think I just keep Norton. It's the best one after NOD32 isn't it ?

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    It's OK. I'd use AVG Pro or free if system resources is an issue. Cause Norton is a resource hog. But I used NAV for over a year. No problems but the resource issue.

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    But AVG pro isn't so good as Norton for viruses, trojan,ect... detection and destruction right?

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    I used AVG also with no problems. But it's your computer.

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    Thanks man.

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    if you want to use norton but not want to waste system resources,get the corporate edition.i have d/l link if you want it

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