I am using McAfee VirusScan Enterprise 8.0i right now. Love it.
I might give NOD32 a try when version 3 comes out.
According to the page below, patch 12 was cancelled the last minute. The next patch is patch 13.
I would personally check the underlying URL next time because the underlying URL needs not match what is displayed.
Oh my god, this is one bad phishing..... :o
We have all seen common paypal, ebay and bank phishing e-mails. What is the "best", "most believable", or "funny" phishing e-mail you have received?
I like McAfee Desktop Firewall, too.
Symantec also has 64-bit for its corporate antivirus.
I would think Host Intrusion Prevention is designed for businesses, just like Desktop Firewall.
Glad to hear that. I also find MDF to be the best solution for myself. I am waiting for a new build of 8.5 before upgrading from 8.0.
I have been using McAfee Desktop Firewall for a while now. I like its simple and solid feature set, and GUI.
It has all the features that I...
I agree with you. If I need a firewall, I will buy a firewall. If I need a kitchen sink, I will buy a kitchen sink.
Have you done a search on the forum? I did a search last week, and found quite a few information
Taiwan China? Ok..... I won't get political.
Anyways, Trend's marketing department is doing a very nice job. First, Hotmail, then Dell.
Hmm.... what kind of alien technology does it have? :P
I am also promoting F-Secure over Norton. I feel more comfortable with F-Secure's firewall GUI and antivirus protection.
It seems that you have...
Just wondering..... The original poster does not seem to be a registered user. Why are we allowing non-registered users to post?
I think it is Symantec, and this is why I asked this question (http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=96486)
I say try it out. It is not like you are buying it at this point
Most universities, companies, and coorporates I have encountered use Symantec Anti-virus corp. In addition, this seems to be true in the current...
As far as I know, an update has been issued to fix this problem.
That is just McAfee's category for non-virus threats, such as adware and spyware.
Are you a home user? Remember that F-Secure Client Security is a business product, and I think you have to buy a least 5 licenses at a time.
Just a wild suggestion. Have you tried the /f flag? Go to command prompt, and type "sdat4510.exe /f" to force the update
Never had this problem (both VSE 7.1 and 8.0i)
Your finding is for McAfee Internet Security Suite 2005, not VSE8.0i.
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