Vlite Ahnlab, free anti virus for South Korea?

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  1. doctorlink

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    Hi guys, I am pretty new to this website and I found pretty interesting posts going around here. So therefore you guys must be familiar with Vlite Ahnlab. Do anyone of you know where to get it? Because it is almost impossible to find the link for the software, now I am not here to pester you guys searching for the link. Even though my username is doctorlink. :D

    For the record, I am using Norton 360, and it seem pretty laggy. Please help me out guys.. :ouch:
     
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    The Koreans showed me one time a specific link, which cannot be accessed through the normal link. The link sends you straight to the download, however the AV is in Korean with no other languages available.
     
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    Korean is my second language. :p
     
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    That mean you must know about the free anti virus, called Vlite, for Koreans?:argh:
     
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    Of course, lol. :p Vlite was discontinued, if my memory serves me. ;)

    They do not have a standalone AV anymore, just IS. Unless the AV is only available in Korea, not sure since I do not live in Korea.
     
  7. doctorlink

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    :doubt: sigh* just when I wanted to try out the AV
     
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    Its okay. :) You can try other new AVs out there like Zillya and Nano Antivirus. CMC Antivirus is free too and comes with a firewall. ;)
     
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    I am planning to help Nano, seems pretty promising. Like the Chinese Anti Virus in www.360.cn
     
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    Too bad they do not have an english version. ;)
     
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    I suggest you also try Zillya. *Zillya will thrill ya! (possibly)* :cool:
     
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    If the website is in another language, I'm fine with that, but not when the program is. You can translate websites easily, but not programs.
     
  13. doctorlink

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    Interesting, however can anyone of you guys link me to the antivirus lists? I heard it is pretty updated in here.
     
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    The list in J_L's signature? Though I many of the free offerings by memory. :D
     
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    The Wilders-based list of free AVs is listed in THIS superb thread.
     
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    You can find more information about V3 Lite from this thread:

    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=264668
     
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