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Endat says

@martinjamez There are 2 major reasons.

  1. An overwhelming majority of computers run Windows (84% according to my stats).
  2. Windows is the only OS I can think of that is NOT Unix based. Unix is tighter on security.

Malware makers are mostly in it for the money.. they will target what most people use.

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MotionPatriot says

Kaspersky Total Security for Business :)

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COROT-7b says

I work in Linux and I don’t care about viruses and anti-viruses :)

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justinkemp99 says

I am currently using Immunet anti virus software – http://www.immunet.com/

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mad_dog says

Macbook!!! Viruses??? :)

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dr3772 says

Windows 8.1 :D No Antivirus ;)

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DmytroIgnatov says

After trying some different things Microsoft Security Essentials seems the best.

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Bedros says

Kaspersky Internet Security.
Note: I suggest fellow authors to not trust any free products when it comes to securing your online experience.
And you can’t be conscious at all time about the dangers of internet. You may “accidentally” click on some link etc.
A paid, reliable security program is a must, IMHO.

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dnp_theme says

Comodo Antivirus.

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gubernat says

Dr.Web CureIt!

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