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Which Internet Security Suite is the best?

Kaspersky Internet Security 2010
13 (26.5%)
Quick Heal Total Security 2009
0 (0%)
Outpost Security Pro 2009
0 (0%)
F-Secure Internet Security 2010
1 (2%)
BitDefender Total Security 2010
7 (14.3%)
Avira Premium Security Suite 9
1 (2%)
McAfee Internet Security 2009
9 (18.4%)
Norton Internet Security 2009
8 (16.3%)
Comodo Internet Security 3.11
2 (4.1%)
Other
8 (16.3%)

Total Members Voted: 39

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Iacobellis

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Re: The Best Security Suite ?!
« Reply #30 on: 22. July 2011., 09:09:09 »
I vote for Kaspersky also :bih:

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Re: The Best Security Suite ?!
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Re: The Best Security Suite ?!
« Reply #31 on: 27. October 2011., 10:22:01 »
i choose norton internet security because it's very good anti-virus  but it scan rather slow

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Re: The Best Security Suite ?!
« Reply #32 on: 05. February 2012., 21:15:54 »
I use McAfee's Antivirus 8.8 enterprise  ;D and my Firewall is windows own Firewall with Advanced Security because I use Windows Ultimate 64 bit (x64)! I trust it! :up:

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Re: The Best Security Suite ?!
« Reply #33 on: 06. February 2012., 01:34:57 »
Windows Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008 and 7's Firewall are quite good...

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Re: The Best Security Suite ?!
« Reply #34 on: 06. February 2012., 18:38:18 »
"The Best Security Suite ?"

IMO The best sec suite is an informed user/admin who develops and maintains good safe practices. It doesn't matter what tools you have on board if you don't know how, when, where, & why.

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Re: The Best Security Suite ?!
« Reply #35 on: 15. September 2012., 21:09:12 »
For one pc at home ... Norton Internet Security is enough !

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Re: The Best Security Suite ?!
« Reply #36 on: 20. October 2012., 19:46:00 »
vote for Kaspersky, because it's the only paid security suite that I ever buy for my home PC (laptop) .... at least for one year  ;D

I also have to update Windows and all other software on it regularly

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Re: The Best Security Suite ?!
« Reply #37 on: 13. November 2012., 09:20:44 »
And conclution of this vote is that ther have been more discussion of this then have voted.
@ today 33 vots and about 40 discussion post's.

So who have the best suite is to be discussed not voted.  ;D

My opinion is that all large wellknown manufactures have more and less good protection. The differnence is normaly in tests depending of the time of a lifecycle of a suite and taste of the user. You probebly don't wan't to change a suite under the time you have a ongoing subscription and if you are happy with the suit you probebly wan't to change eather.

So this is more an less a discussion relevant to this who is unhappy with ther chois for some reason or use a freeware or non protection.

What I know all the large toolkit have ther pros and cons so it is like to by a car you need to find that one that is suited for you or if you are paranoide find several to use togheter.  ;)

Normaly I use a combination. I use my routers Firewall and Windows built in Firewall in the computer. Then McAfee VirusScan 8.8 with some adjusted settings i the onacces scan (no read scan on trusted and normal files just write protection) this to improve the performence of the computers. Then I use also the Spybot - Search & Destroy to protect with ther immunize and regular scanning with it.
Some times I also use the VirusScan to scan the system if I got something downloaded that was not protected earier but have been updated in the defenition.
Then I also have defention updated normaly every 6 houer.
Imprtent also to learn what task that is normaly running in the system so it is easier to find if somthing new have started that should not be ther (but this is just for freek that want to know everything what thay do in the system and way).
Then the most importent update the system with the security patches as fast I feel that is stabile.

After this I use common sense what I download or ware I surf on the web and what I download and dont puch OK on every popups that I see.
If I see something suspisius in the system or ther behaver start a scan with the tools and see what it find. If that don't get rid of it then ther can bee a good idea to scan the system with a remot system or by shutingdown the system and temporary conect the systemdisk to a other system and scan the disk from that boot. A other way is to allready have prepair a boot device like a CD or USB to coldboot the system on and scan the systemdisk from that one and try to cleen it.

This methode is applicable on more and less all security sute and make in my veiw for me a good protection. The most importent is to learn a user to not puch OK on everything thay see.  >:D

But then Im a little bit paranoide also and dont wan't to do extra work and clean a network of computers from Virus.  ;D
Their is two easy way to configure a system!
Every thing open and every thing closed.
Every thing else is more or less complex.

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Re: The Best Security Suite ?!
« Reply #38 on: 13. November 2012., 09:52:48 »
You have missad a free werry good tool combinate with the built in security in Vista and later (also XP is applicable but is some lower in security by it selfe in my opinion).

Safety & Security Center

http://www.microsoft.com/security/pc-security/mse.aspx

Help protect your PC with Microsoft Security Essentials

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Why should I download Microsoft Security Essentials?

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Their is two easy way to configure a system!
Every thing open and every thing closed.
Every thing else is more or less complex.

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Re: The Best Security Suite ?!
« Reply #39 on: 13. November 2012., 18:21:26 »

Help protect your PC with Microsoft Security Essentials

Microsoft Security Essentials is a new, free consumer anti-malware solution and spyware protection for your computer. It helps protect against viruses, spyware, and other malicious software. The tool offers free spyware protection, and it's available as a no-cost download for Windows XP SP2 and higher, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.

My frend from work use Microsoft Security Essentials  and it is very satisfy.

I use NOD ESS, and I am install every security or critical windows update.

I also use some tools for help after my system is infected like GMER, Combofix. GMER is great and simple rootkit remover.

 

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