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Author Topic: Best combination? (comodo firewall with which anti-virus)  (Read 7565 times)

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I'm having some trouble deciding what to do, I have just reinstalled XP and put on the trusty and easy to use COMODO firewall. But I'm not sure what AV to install with it, Does anyone have any ideas what is compatible with it that I can use? I was originally wanting to use Kaspersky, but it wont allow itself to be installed with COMODO on :S

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Re: Best combination? (comodo firewall with which anti-virus)
« Reply #1 on: 29. January 2010., 15:30:12 »
My favorite AV is McAfee Enterprise 8.5.  :thumbsup:

I wasn't test them with Comodo FW but that's definitely my recommendation.  ;)

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Re: Best combination? (comodo firewall with which anti-virus)
« Reply #2 on: 04. March 2010., 05:18:12 »
I tried Comodo FW with Mcafee combo and it ground my laptop to a crawl.  I would advise a different firewall other than Comodo.


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Re: Best combination? (comodo firewall with which anti-virus)
« Reply #3 on: 15. October 2010., 07:50:39 »
im pretty content with the kaspersky for win wks which has both firewall and av.

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Re: Best combination? (comodo firewall with which anti-virus)
« Reply #4 on: 11. November 2010., 12:03:02 »
McAfee Enterprise 8.7i and win firewall

 

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