Most useful paid security software?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Metal425, Apr 2, 2009.

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  1. Metal425

    Metal425 Registered Member

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    I have $30 to spend right now on either upgrading or trying something new for a good security setup, I'm wondering what you would do with it?

    Any advice?
     
  2. BlueZannetti

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    If you happen to use the Personal version of Returnil, I'd take a look at the Premium version, it's an application that I've grown to rely on more heavily as time passes. When in doubt, I hop into Session Lock. While their support forum is located on this site, I'm simply speaking as a user who has personally done (and personally paid for) the upgrade to Premium level for a pair of machines. I highly recommend both version levels of Returnil.

    If you already run the paid version of Returnil, based on your sig, I'd spring for a mix of sushi, heavy on maguro and wasabi :) ..... but that's just an old coastal boy talkin' here....

    Blue
     
  3. nomarjr3

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    I can't think of any below $30 which would be worthwhile.

    Perhaps an upgrade of the free versions of Sandboxie and MBAM would be sufficient.

    There are some good security software above $30, though.
    Like Outpost Firewall, NAV2009, or Rollback RX.
     
  4. Kees1958

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    Yes there is DefenseWall for u$ 29,95 :D, but since the poster has Avira and GeSWall I would say, buy your partner something nice and enjoy the reward
     
  5. Metal425

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    Would it be worth replacing GeSWall for DefenseWall? I'm still on my 15 day GeSWall trial.
     
  6. PiCo

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    SandboxIE!! Great value.
     
  7. Dr33

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    If you want to add an extra layer
    i will recomend you any of this 3:
    Sandboxie Free or Paid
    Prevx Edge
    Malwarebytes Antimalware

    i have those 3 Plus avira but if you want to pay i will go for Sandboxie this will handle what Avira miss :thumb:
     
  8. N2thuWild

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    Since you already have GeSWall, I will recommend PrevxEdge. Both are GREAT!!
     
  9. LoneWolf

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    I would run Geswall till your trial is done, uninstall, Install DefenseWall trial, run that for it's trial lenth (30 days) to see which you prefer.
    Both are excellent, having tried both I went with DW myself. But it's a preference thing.
     
  10. Trespasser

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    Funny. :D.

    Back on topic...
    I'd spring for DefenseWall. It's in constant development via Ilya's determination to find and fix every bug or adding new features. Well worth the money.

    Blue's suggestion is a good one too.

    Later...
     
  11. jmonge

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    definetly i will recomend defensewall for it's price,fast development and saving bacon program;)
     
  12. zapjb

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    My pick is KIS. I found a 3-user 1yr license for $18.98. Myself & 2 friends split it. :D
     
  13. Tony

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    Got to agree with LoneWolf.
     
  14. jmonge

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    that was a good deal budy;)
     
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