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CRIK0VA says

Avast Antivirus)

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cosmincotor says

Windows Defender now. Never had any problems with it, but ALWAYS encountered various problems with both Bitdefender and Norton (I used them a long time ago).

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imithemes says


Mine is called Mac OS X ;)
Yep. :grin:

Yeahhh.. ;)

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Endat says

Trend Micro makes a few good ones, I prefer them over Norton. They’re a good company.

Here is an article that every Mac user should read before they make themselves sound dumb.
http://www.antivirus.com/security-software/resources/need-virus-protection/mac-security-user/index.html

Here is something you can use after it’s too late. Supports Mac too, for those who thought they were safe ;)
http://housecall.trendmicro.com/

The fact of the matter is, malware is an industry.. If they’re going to bother making a bug, they’re going to aim for the most commonly used systems (it’s been Windows since the 80’s). But recently, as Mac starts to become more common, so will the malware. Eventually, if Linux ever becomes mainstream and widely used, even Linux users will need to protect themselves more. No system is immune 8-)

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halfdata says

Question to people who don’t use antiviruses under Windows PC. If you don’t use them, how do you know that your PC is not infected? It can be a part of some botnet and you even don’t notice that.

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EFEKT_Studio says



Mine is called Mac OS X ;)
Yep. :grin:
Yeahhh.. ;)

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Amaksi says

eset smart security 7 in main Computer, kaspersky 12 in notebook, dr web in my Tab and smartphone. I like everything)

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ShapShapy says

Avast Antivirus)

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Endat says

Question to people who don’t use antiviruses under Windows PC. If you don’t use them, how do you know that your PC is not infected? It can be a part of some botnet and you even don’t notice that.

There’s a program you can get called NetLimiter, it lets you monitor and control your bandwidth, it’s very extensive. I mainly use it to limit my browser’s speed, so I can simulate how a project will load in low bandwidth situations.

But you can also use it to allow/deny certain processes access to the internet. When a new process tries to use the internet, it will tell you which process, and which IP it’s trying to access. This is good for tracking down the makers of trojans (because they always use a dedicated IP).

You can also use it to prevent pesky apps from trying to update while you’re working on something.

Don’t trust Windows firewall, apps can secretly allow exceptions for themselves. Malicious ones often will.

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martinjamez says

Question to people who don’t use antiviruses under Windows PC. If you don’t use them, how do you know that your PC is not infected? It can be a part of some botnet and you even don’t notice that.
maybe my computer is a pool of viruses, as long as they not causing any troubles to any softwares, or make my pc run slow, i have no issues with my computer having some viruses,
i always wonder why windows is more vulnerable to viruses, my friend have a computer shop & he use linux on the system in which he keep all the important datas of the shop, & i heard mac is also very protective against viruses, then why microsoft make windows like that, maybe its a tie up between microsoft & antivirus companies,

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