CA's Internet Security Suite Free For Cablevision Customers

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Ken7, Jul 28, 2011.

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  1. Ken7

    Ken7 Registered Member

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    Free is not enough - charge them at least 100$ for using CA. Never do it for free :D
     
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    Well said. You are quite a poet and your words are verses to my ears.

    Thanks. :thumb:
     
  4. Ken7

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    Wow CA is that bad they would have to pay me to use it :eek:
     
  5. osmandemi

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    :) came on
     
  6. SAustn2

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    We have Time Warner here and they also offer CA Security Suite. I tried it out on my XP machine but I found it confusing and unorganized. It seems to break most websites and its hard to find the options for allowing certain sites. It also uses a lot more memory than say MSE,Avira or Avast.

    Anyway I'm back on my Windows 7 machine using Avast I wanted to use MSE but kept seeing a lot of errors for it in the event viewer.
     
  7. SweX

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    Yes you would :thumb:
     
  8. Nevis

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    why would you want to use it when you can find free one's like Avast which does the job in a more better way.
     
  9. Vladimyr

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    Best wishes and no offence to the new owners of CA AV who are at least getting the product "out there" but...
    you would be better off with just about any other legit product.
     
  10. ZenPirate

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    You may even be better off using nothing :D
     
  11. acr1965

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    I would agree. CA can Hotel California a PC. You can try to get it out but it never leaves.
     
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    rofl :argh: :argh:
     
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