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Old 07-14-2005, 04:52 PM   #1
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hey guys
i know there have been many diffrent topics on which anti virus is better and its mostly between norton and mcfee.
i pose a diffrent pair, i have a choice between f-prot and bitdefender.
ive used both but still dont know which one is better as bitdefender has some sort of firewall and f-prot has real time protection (resets comp if run)
so... which is better bitdefender or f-prot ?
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Old 07-14-2005, 05:25 PM   #2
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clamav ^_^
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Old 07-15-2005, 07:18 AM   #3
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f-prot and bitdefender ?? never heard of them
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Old 07-15-2005, 04:30 PM   #4
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I have but I really havent tryed them. since I got them downloaded
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damn , seems im the only one who doesnt spend alot on anti virus programs
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yeah i paid for Norton Anti-Virus because i got SystemWorks with Norton Personal Firewall as a 2 pack
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well i have finally got some decent internet security.
i got norton system works 2005. big disadvantage is it slows you dwon like hell
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Man i cant tell how much i love this program. you pay $50 for first year, then $25 for every year after that...i think. the $50 come with Anti-virus, Personal firewall, privacy protection, and Wi-Fi wireless patrol (if your paranoid about is). And their customer service people actual know stuff. You dont get the feeling that your smarter than them like you do with WINDOWS techs, god i hate those people. www.trendmicro.com ive used this program on peoples computers because their norton wasnt finding trojans, and yes everything was up to date. trend micro also has a little spyware detector. just an all around good program i think.
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i got it for a fiver haha
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NOD32 is the best in my humble opinion. Only because I haven't heard of those two Anti Virus programs. NOD32 worked like a charm when I was using it so I would say get that.
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