Best antispam in Internet Security suite

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by adam993, Aug 12, 2016.

  1. adam993

    adam993 Registered Member

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    Hey, I'd like to know, which Internet Security suite contains the best antispam module? I have an mail account, which is heavily attacked by spammers and I use Outlook 2016. I'm so tired after removing hundreds of junk messages at the end of each month.

    So I am going to invest some $$$ in internet security suite with the best antispam. The first competitors are Norton and Kaspersky. Do you think about others? Let me know.

    Additional "must have" features are built-in IDS module to firewall, some "proactive" functions (simple HIPS) and probably web scanner. I'd like to install a package with pretty good antimalware scanner too.

    My hardware is i5 2.5Ghz Mobile, 8 GB of RAM, SSD, Windows 10. I don't want to create own setup based on many different apps (one for antispam, antivirus, firewall...). Just one all-in-one suite.

    Please help me ;_;
     
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    At this point in time, the best I have seen is ESET. Norton has never caught ANYTHING for me and Kaspersky is not nearly as effective as it used to be (I mentioned them because they were listed in the first post). Kaspersky also has the Antispam module disabled by default, and when enabled I find it interferes with receiving email at all.
     
  6. TomAZ

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    I'm using Avast Free (not their internet suite). It has an email component (at least for email clients -- not sure how it works with web-based email). It has served me well. Just in the last 7-10 days, it has intercepted and blocked at least 10+ attempts to unload the Locky virus.
     
  7. Brummelchen

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    you dont need a suite, you need some kind of mail filter, thats complete different. i use firetrust mailwasher since years.
    the OL junk filter is also fine.

    but one to mention - do you know why you get spammed? there is always reason.
    use different email accounts for different kind of purposes - fun, private, business, spam. dont give away your email to unknown people.

    if you really want a suite, try eset - at least the less stress solution in comparison to all other suite crap.
     
  8. ArchiveX

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    If I had to select one, it would be Kaspersky. ;)
     
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