Large security packes

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by kloshar, Jun 26, 2004.

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  1. kloshar

    kloshar Registered Member

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    Hello!

    There is lot of thalking about antiviruses, but not about security packes. I mean products which contain antivirus, firewall, internet scanning, anti-spam ...

    Which large pack would you buy? Why?

    Norton Internet Security 2004
    McAfee Internet Security Suite 8.0
    Trend Micro Internet Security
    Norman Internet Control
    F-secure Internet Security 2004
    Panda Platinum Internet Security
    eTrust EZ Armor

    Any others?
     
  2. bravesrule

    bravesrule Registered Member

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    the cheapest one is the best one to buy
     
  3. kloshar

    kloshar Registered Member

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    Is it realy? And which is it?
     
  4. bravesrule

    bravesrule Registered Member

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    you can get ez amor free for a year stilll
     
  5. Paul Wilders

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    None. It takes just one nastie to disable such an all-in-one pack, leaving your system a sitting duck on all defenses...

    regards.

    paul
     
  6. rdsu

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    I don't like to buy this kind of produts, but I can tell that a Portuguese magazine, in a recent test, choose the McAfee Internet Security Suite as the best and the Panda Platinum Internet Security to follow...
     
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