What are some of the best antimalware programs?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by gbtrillion, Aug 27, 2005.

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  1. gbtrillion

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    Any opinions? Thanx.
     
  2. TheQuest

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    Hi, gbtrillion

    If you search for best antimalware programs = 12 Threads

    Or best antimalware = 39 Threads

    And best anti malware = 186 Threads

    So there will many views and choices and plenty for you to read.

    Take Care,
    TheQuest :cool:
     
  3. richrf

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    Overall, I would say Kaspersky AV.

    Rich
     
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    I agree that if you had to pick one program instead of having a layered defence it would have to be Kaspersky Antivirus
     
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    a question i wish i knew the answer to trillion - at the end of the day you will have to suck and see - what works for one doesn't necessarily work for another.

    there are plenty of free trials - checkout this thread where people give their big four.
     
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    Hi, bigc73542

    Mine is a bit cheeky and a touch fun, KANOTIX 2005-3 LiveCD.

    Take Care,
    TheQuest :cool:

    PS: Running it now, ShieldsUp says it is full stealth [true] and see my browser as Mozilla/4.0 Windows 98. [ untrue :rolleyes: ]
     
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    But Linux isn't invincible either ;)
     
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    Hi, bigc73542

    I know, but a BootCD is as close as I think you can get. :D

    Take Care,
    TheQuest :cool:
     
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    I have about six different distro's on live cd and play with them every once in a while. Pretty safe way to surf ;)
     
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    Hi, bigc73542

    I have tried many as well but just like Kanotix so, Running LiveCD x64 Version toram.

    The reason I am playing with it now is because of a post on the Ti forum.

    Taake Care,
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    I just had the latest commercial version of Novel desktop linux mailed to me as a promotion (still receiving stuff from when I had my shop) I might do a little partitioning and install it. It is three cd's, lots of software to play with.
     
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    Hi, bigc73542

    Very nice of them...

    Mmmmmm :p :mad: [just joking]

    Taake Care,
    TheQuest :cool:
     
  13. Vikorr

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    Hmmm...if you never downloaded, installed or saved stuff to your computer...then DeepFreeze would have to be the best.

    Of course the first criteria rules almost everyone out :D
     
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