Antivirus + Comodo FW v3

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by ocean water, Dec 3, 2007.

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  1. ocean water

    ocean water Guest

    Hi there.

    I need some help to choose an Antivirus (free is best for me), that will work with Comodo Firewall v3 without any problems. Has anybody some suggestion about an AV? I know that there are not many free antiviruses with on-access scanner. But I have heard some good things about Avast free edition.

    Are there any other antiviruses that will work great with Comodo Firewall V3? And one more thing, it does not have to score great in antivirus-tests. Wich AV will work good with Comodo Firewall v3? :)

    PS: I don't want NOD32.

    Thanks for your help.

    //Regards
    ocean
     
  2. Brian N

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  3. WSFuser

    WSFuser Registered Member

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    I would try Avira or AVG as I read Comodo has issues with avast.
     
  4. gismo999

    gismo999 Registered Member

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    I am using Avira with Comodo FW Ver 3 and have no conflicts at all!
     
  5. Bunkhouse Buck

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    Avira and Comodo 3 works perfectly together on my new and older computers.
     
  6. ocean water

    ocean water Guest

    Thanks for all your replies. I think i'll use Avira free with Comodo FW now :)
     
  7. Vettetech

    Vettetech Former Poster

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    Try Online Armor with Avast.
     
  8. Ocky

    Ocky Registered Member

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    Just installed Avira AntiVir PE Classic (free version) and it works beautifully
    with Comodo v.3. Will have more false positives than NOD32 (which I have put on the backburner for now),
    but the detection rates are unsurpassed.
    See the AV Comparatives site for details. http://www.av-comparatives.org/

    Regards.
     
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