Hi, I'm looking for a good, but easy-to-use, AV program for my parents.
I'm probably stating the obvious but the program should offer excellent...
What would be a good and compatible AV for Windows 7? Any recommendations?
Can one still upgrade from SAS Free to SAS Pro from within the program itself?
Price still being $19.95? Or has this changed to $29.95?
;D ;D I probably will this time...as soon as v4 sees its final release.
Will it be possible to upgrade from v2 to v4 once v4 is released?
What are v4's minimum system requirements?
Will scan speed be the same as...
Looks the same to me. Thanks Marcos!
Can someone confirm/deny that these are the latest engine versions?:
NOD32 Antivirus Systeem informatie
Virusdefinitie database versie: 3644...
Where would one encounter these threats?
If you practise safe surfing - mail checking, visiting two or three regular sites (up for debate, I...
Does Prevx CSI still require two additional services to run constantly?
I know it did a while back, but I haven't used it for some time now so I...
The program is xpnetdiag.exe (comes with XP). I have unchecked it in the list. So far no popups or messages.
I know, but these servers are running on everybody's computer aren't they?
Without being too nosy, what reason could someone have to target a...
Are you also running programs like SAS or MBAM?
@Searching: Have you been targeted for no reason or are you running a webserver f.e.?
How can I check this?
Is this Freeware?
I can't find the purchase fee for this product on Comodo's website.
It seems that 'Network control for Windows XP' (I did a Google search) is a standard MS tool (available in XP) for checking network connectivity....
I know it's not hard to understand, I just wanted some confirmation.
Maybe this can help:
I know that 'stealth' doesn't mean that you're invisible on the web but if all ports come up as 'stealth' can I safely assume that all ports are...
OK, I will do that later this week.
What kind of popup should I get in case the service IS required?
Turn it off (uncheck it) or really remove it from the list?
Can removing this from the list cause my network to not function properly?
No, it's 'Network control for XP'. I guess I can't turn that off...
Will this also update through the 'auto updater' in the Free version?
I've been thinking about switching to the paid version for some time now....
I'll do that, thanks. :thumb:
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