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Posted by: jackwilliams2127
« on: 07. April 2020., 09:26:58 »

really nice  :up:
Posted by: Fintech
« on: 24. January 2020., 19:42:20 »

I use McAfee's Endpoit Security 10.7.. :up: It's absolutely best.. :thumbsup:

I don't even know a better option. It may a bit of a load on the machine, but it doesn't hurt if you have a powerful processor like the intel i9.
Posted by: kyotobaths
« on: 20. June 2019., 07:56:45 »

Malwarebytes works amazing live well at detecting and deleting viruses, malwares and trojans. It takes a little more time to scan but the scan is a little more thorough. Installing updates is a must for this software too
You can use malwarebytes for Windows 10 too but Windows Defender works fine.
Posted by: Anaya sinha
« on: 01. April 2019., 10:26:13 »

Norton antivirus is a great antivirus. I have been using this antivirus software for my computer desktop. Haven't encountered any problem uptil now.
Posted by: bobby6012
« on: 09. February 2018., 09:17:22 »

Kaspersky Full version is best antivirus. I am using it past 4 years. it working properly with no issuess
Posted by: devik
« on: 23. January 2018., 11:10:36 »

The best Antivirus is Norton360. My Norton makes it easy for you to set up your Norton protection, check our security status, and extend our protection

Posted by: Phani22
« on: 12. January 2018., 09:56:57 »

I am using Avast. It's working nicely
Posted by: krishna88
« on: 16. November 2017., 11:08:33 »

Hi @Samker,

I am using Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 in my PC it is very good in detecting the threats from internet and from external devices as well when we connect to our PC.

So my vote goes to Kaspersky Internet Security 2017.
Posted by: maxgadgetuk
« on: 09. May 2017., 10:16:24 »

you shared heavy ram usage antivirus, Microsoft security and malwarebytes are very lightweight antivirus, you can install in p4 also
Posted by: shijuvp
« on: 03. May 2017., 09:29:23 »

Hi,

I have been using Bitdefender since many years. It is providing very good protection and no issues so far.
Posted by: kb2017John
« on: 14. February 2017., 03:18:26 »

yes. they are all ok . but i think , for most of us , the free antivirus is enough .  :up:
Posted by: np311
« on: 09. February 2017., 11:28:41 »

For free software, Avast (https://www.avast.com/en-us/free-antivirus-download) is great antivirus software.  The only downfall is you have to register it once a year, but that's a minor hassle for great software that you don't have to spend any money on.
Posted by: monstertruckpa
« on: 28. January 2017., 14:53:40 »

the best antivirus for me is emsisoft antimalware, have a good behavior detection, Its super light, Almost without feeling it when he work,  Can work together with webroot secure anywhere without problems.
2 together antivirus joined,

One in the online cloud,



and the other resident installed completely on your pc.
Posted by: Samker
« on: 13. January 2017., 19:43:57 »

Still looking for a good one

 ;D :thumbsup:

P.S.

Pal, I'm happy to see you again on the SCforum's board. :bih:
Posted by: Fireberg
« on: 12. January 2017., 15:24:27 »

Still looking for a good one

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