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Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by bravesrule, Nov 3, 2004.

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  1. bravesrule

    bravesrule Registered Member

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    whats the site for free panda for a year
     
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  3. bravesrule

    bravesrule Registered Member

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    is this a good antivirus for a older cpu
     
  4. synapse

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    brave, i would recommend ewido..... really low system resource and a great resident shield and on demand scanner
     
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    bigc73542 Retired Moderator

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    but ewido is not a virus scanner
     
  6. Ailric

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    bigc is right. Ewido is an anti-trojan suite, not an anti-virus.

    Panda is medium to a little heavy on resources. It is a full security suite with very good ratings from AV Comparatives.

    For an older CPU, most here would recommend:
    NOD32
    F-Prot or Command AV
    Dr. Web
     
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  7. synapse

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    ewido doesnt just block trojans it blocks highjackers, spyware, worms, dialers, and keylogers too
     
  8. ?waters

    ?waters Guest

    i am useing panda now . i have used many others inc avg avast etrust promotional . kav ,extendia etc and since useing panda my computer has never been faster.
     
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