Cant choose a Security Suite need help

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Tribis, Sep 4, 2006.

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  1. Tribis

    Tribis Registered Member

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    Im open to any GOOD Internet Secuirty Suite.

    I tried Zone Alarm a few days ago was not impressed with the option and settings.

    Tried Mcafee Internet security 2007 yesterday loved the interface, but slowed down internet browsing so much.

    I have Pc-cillin on another computer used by another family memeber not sure b/c reviews are mixed about it.

    One thing I want to be able to do if possible is see what ip adresses are connected to the network. ie Mcafee shows you a neat little map showing the router and all the pc connected to it. Pc cillin just tells you whats connected.

    I want to be able to manage what ip connect to me like that by seeing whats already connected.
     
  2. Sputnik

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    Please note that PC-cillin 2007 is still a RC and not final yet.
     
  3. Tribis

    Tribis Registered Member

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    I have not tried PC-cillin 2007 only 2006, how is 2007?
     
  4. RiverLights

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    I have tried three suites in the last month.

    PC Cillin 2007. Kaspersky 6. And Norton 2007 Internet Security.

    Prefer Norton by a micron over Kaspersky. Cillin well behind for various reasons ( was a loyal multiyear Cillin user before this version. And despised Norton..again before their latest version).
     
  5. mannagills

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    I have used ZASS, Trend Micro 2006, NIS 2007, and F-Secure 2006. NIS 2007 and F-Secure were my favorites. Good protection with little impact or bother.
     
  6. QBgreen

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    Here's a high quality 'suite' that will cost you nothing.

    Anti-virus: Avira AntiVir Personal Edition (also finds great percentages of trojans)

    Firewall: Comodo Personal Firewall

    Anti-spyware/HIPS: Spyware Terminator

    Connection Monitor: TCPView by Sysinternals

    They may not have an integrated interface (not always a good thing), but these apps are all free and high quality. Before spending money, give them a try.
     
  7. [suave]

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    I never really liked any of the all-in-one security suites. All the ones I've tried were too "bulky".

    Anyways, you might want to give BullGuard a try. I never tried it yet, but it is on my to do list.

    http://www.bullguard.com
     
  8. tec505

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    Bullguard is a good suite. AV by bitdefender. Firewall by Outpost.

    The problem it is not possible to set AV or Firewall like you can in dedicated sw.
    In particular Firewall settings are very usefull .

    But if you don't need you can try it.
     
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