Bitdefender infused security

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by QBgreen, Jun 11, 2012.

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  1. QBgreen

    QBgreen Registered Member

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    A lot of people are interested (and rightly so) in security progs that have incorproated BD. It's been mentioned here before, but I have to say that Bullguard should be high on anyone's list. The terrific deals for BGIS and AV are still available here: (http://store.downloadcrew.com/?act=search&brand=1178)
     
  2. clocks

    clocks Registered Member

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    Roboscan is another, and is free/cheap.
     
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    I am currently trying out the trial versions of a few security suites and trying to determine whether I want to upgrade from my current use of Avast free, MBAM, and Windows 7 firewall. I used Bullguard over the weekend and really liked it. I am following a schedule however and am now trying another suite. So far, Bullguard is near the top of my list though.

    Yesterday, I saw this thread about Bitdefender TrafficLight and am wondering if this same problem exists with Bullguard. I don't know if Bullguard uses the TrafficLight technology, but I may reload it and check it out following the instructions posted for Chrome. This seems like a pretty serious privacy issue. I don't know if it would keep me from using the product, but it is something to think about.

    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=325217
     
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