Already using Antivir, have Symantec Corporate to use... still go with Nod32?

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by veri, Oct 13, 2006.

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  1. veri

    veri Registered Member

    Aug 3, 2006
    Just wondering if anyone else relates with having two respectable AV solutions readily at hand but still wanting to use something else - and paying for it.

    Nod32 comes to me at just under $30 for two years (student discounts are fun, mmkay?), so it's good as far as that goes. There's a good chance I'd jump for the suite when it's released, as well; I'm kind of wanting to try that route as opposed to running Kerio 4 AND antivirus of choice.

    Any thoughts? Should I just shut up and stay with Antivir / perhaps go to SavCE, or shall I return (previously had a one-year license) to Nod-land?
  2. Toby75

    Toby75 Registered Member

    Mar 10, 2006
    Why not give AntiVir premium a try? I heard it's very very good....light on resources too....also affordable.
  3. JerryM

    JerryM Registered Member

    Aug 31, 2003
    I agree that the price for NOD 32 is great. It is a fine AV from reports and tests, and ran well on my two computers when I trialed it.
    If you want to try it go for it. You won't regret it.

    However, although others will disagree, it is not a better AV than either of the ones you have.
    I prefer Avira/Antivir to the either NOD or Symantec.

  4. farmerlee

    farmerlee Registered Member

    Jul 1, 2006
    Save your money and use Antivir premium. I'd say its just as good as nod32 and it has the advantage of being lighter on resources. You can use you symantec av as an on demand scanner for backup.
  5. rdsu

    rdsu Registered Member

    Jun 28, 2003
    Buy NOD32, and you will love it... ;)
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