what all-in-one suite would you recommend?

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  1. jarthel

    jarthel Registered Member

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    suggestions must be lightweight (system resources-wise).

    I recently tried comodo but there are annoying problems with the AV-side.

    thanks for the suggestions :)
     
  2. sourav_gho

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    KIS 2009 is very good, But with KIS 2010 to be released in few weeks from now. It is going to be grt security suite with improved HIPS+PDM+Sandbox+Antimalware+Firewall+Improved Rookits and malware cleaning+Heuristics Application filtering(Almost like Behavioral Checking)+Whitelisting+Parental Control+..... What else could you ask for ? Go for KIS 2009. Upgrade to KIS 2010 is free...
     
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  3. icr

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    I would suggest you to try
    Avira Premiun Security Suite 2009 or
    Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 or
    Norton Internet Security 2009
    all these suites are light on resources
     
  4. sourav_gho

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    In my beta testing of KIS 2010 it takes only around 20-30 MB for its GUI+system processes together :p :thumb:
    So to add more layers of security like behavior blocking or HIPS u have to invest in additional money also additional security will slow down ur machine. KIS 2010 (when it will be released - of course free upgrade)alone will be sufficient and light on system resources
    PS: KIS 2009 is also light on system resources
     
  5. darthsideous666

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    My recommendation is probably obvious!. I have been using KIS for almost 2 years now. It has been the one security suite that has caused me the least problems. Just remember to trial whatever you decide to get before you purchase.

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  6. gery

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    ZONE ALARM EXTREME SECURITY SUITE is very nice:thumb:
     
  7. blacknight

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    Very good firewall, idem av - KAV (7 I believe ) - good security features, also if not again a complete HIPS.
     
  8. demonon

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    I think Online Armor AV+ with the A2 anti-malware component is a very good suite. If one can handle the HIPS component and knows how to fully use the suite.
     
  9. gery

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    no it is still KAV 6
     
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    i have the Beta installed and nothing to report right now. Light fast and secure. I like it very much so far:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
     
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    None. I believe from my own experiences that Suites are as good as their weakest link. Layering is the way to go. ;)
     
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    I totally agree. I use layering on my laptop but I put KIS on my wife's. KIS in automatic mode is very quiet and has worked out well for her.
     
  14. jmonge

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    same here i believe in doble layer;) but i left Defensewall alone in wife's pc to take care of bussiness and it has done hell of a good job:thumb:

    when defensewall gets it's firewall for outbound protection it will be similar a security suits;)
     
  15. simisg

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    comodo internet security you dont need anything more..........
     
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    KIS (Kaspersky Internet Security 2009)
    NIS (Norton Internet Security 2009)
    ESET Smart Security 4
    CIS (Comodo Internet Security)*
    Rising Internet Security 2009*


    *freeware
     
  18. Coolio10

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    All in one would have to go to KIS. It has great detection, advanced technologies (PDM, HIPS). Usually suites have a weak point but kaspersky is very good all around. The AV gets advanced+ from av-comparatives and the firewall/hips gets a very good rating from matousec. AV has heuristics, emulation, advanced removal, etc. Also highly configurable and supports easy or hard modes. Allows users to beta test freely/good interaction between users and devs.

    The only problem is performance for some. Does not work on older computers without crashing at some point.
     
  19. zen_usuario

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    RIS09 (Rising Internet Security 2009), also available a Free Edition, is my current choose, all others named are good also, so try, test and choose in your system reports more good feedback than other people (with other systems, habits, hardware, software, knowledgement,...) experiences.
    No perfect way for perfect choose, but there are wide good possibilities.
     
  20. Pleonasm

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    For further information on the issue of “security suite” versus the assembly of individual security components (“best of breed”), please see this thread.
     
  21. mvdu

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    Where is the Rising free edition located?
     
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  23. nomarjr3

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    How did I forget?? :eek: :eek:
    My favorite amongst them all, OSS (Outpost Security Suite PRO) :D
     
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