Prevx + Outpost Firewall Pro

Discussion in 'Prevx Releases' started by pablozi, Apr 29, 2011.

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  1. pablozi

    pablozi Registered Member

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    Hi all

    I am wondering if this setup will ork without any issues?
    Prevx (paid) + Outpost Firewall Pro (with Anti-Spyware and Web shield)?
    Because I am looking for some nice and lightweight replacement for NOD32.
    Anyone has tried this setup maybe?
    Cheers.
     
  2. davhag64

    davhag64 Registered Member

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    I am not a big fan of Nod Myself. I also am not a big fan of Prevx. I currently have ZoneAlarm Antivirus which I think has one of the best firewalls out there, then you get the kaspersky virus engine. I have SAS Pro that I do not keep running but use as a on demand, maily why I have Pro is it is better and faster than the free. I also use other on demand free scanners. Malwarebytes, Flash Cookie Cleaner, Emisisoft Malware Cleaner, and I always keep the lastest version of McAfee Stinger and Norman Malware Cleaner to use if I think I have something up. The last two does not give you an option to decide, they just clean the whta is or could be the issue. So be sure to have a restore point or a backup. Or only use them in a have to case. Emmisoft also has a Emergency Kit that you can run from a USB or from your Desktop. I keep these extra programs in a folder under malware cleaners in a folder called tools where I also keep my Utilities, Glarys, WinUtilities, Relvo, and Advance System Care Pro that I am trying out. It just might replace Tune-Up Utilities. Good Luck with what you choose, but ZoneAlarm has never done me wrong, and I have never heard of them being hacked. They have some specials and of you google ZoneAlarm Discounts and change the usage dates to past month or week you should be able to get it at half the price. I had Comcast Norton Security and I was always getting Virus's. So I swicthed back To my old pal Zone. Heavy on resources but if you have windows 7 and 3 Gig of memory or more you should be okay.

    Just my Opion, but you name it and I have tried it, and ZA does the best for me and the labtops with WiFi my wife and daughter has. Great price for the protection.
     
  3. BrendanAdams

    BrendanAdams Registered Member

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    I've got both Prevx and OFP, and everything works perfectly. I also have Defensewall and Sandboxie pro. To be honest, it's been almost two years now, and no issue so far.
     
  4. Triple Helix

    Triple Helix Webroot Product Advisor

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    Thanks for your input Brendan I have not used that combination so could not give a suggestion! ;)

    TH
     
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