Is there a free & credible mobile antivirus?

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  1. acr1965

    acr1965 Registered Member

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    I am looking for a free mobile antivirus for my Blackberry. Anyone know of any?

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    i believe kaspersky and ESET have one, if its anything like there PC counterparts then it should work well.
     
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    They are not 'free' :D

    Dr.Web has a license for free if you buy any of their products for Windows :)
     
  4. entropism

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    Don't need AV for blackberries. WinMo, on the other hand...
     
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    o srry, forgot about the free part, well since moblie AV isnt a popular thing yet, i doubt its gunna be easy to find one for free.
     
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    If you buy/get Trend Micro Internet Security Pro suite, you get their mobile AV solution also free.

    As far as I know there are no free mobile AV. Except maybe NetQin Mobile, where the AV is free and you can buy each/bunch of updates as & when needed.
     
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    PCTools Pocket Guardian is for WinMobile. And its not an AV, its a monitoring program something like threatfire for WinMo.
     
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    a prog like threatfire (pocket guardian) would probably be better in my opinion for a phone environment anyways.
     
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