What's your favorite PAID for security software?

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  1. PhoenixWeb

    PhoenixWeb Registered Member

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    Ok, I did what's your favourite FREE security software which was very interesting.

    So now I am wondering - what is your favourite PAID for security software?

    Fire away!
     
  2. Pedro

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    Re: What's your favourite PAID for security software?

    Prevx1 without blinking. Of course, this being for Windows...
     
  3. Antarctica

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    I don't know if we can consider it a Security application, but anyway my favorite paid Software is FD ISR, then KIS 6.0
     
  4. dave88

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    Re: What's your favourite PAID for security software?

    ProcessGuard 3.150 Full
     
  5. Perman

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    Hi, folks: Although it is not branded as a security app. I think it can shadow most of the security programs. It is DEEP FREEZE. :thumb:
     
  6. lodore

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    kis6.0!
    superantispyware
    nod32
     
  7. egghead

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    *BootIt Next Generation (kind of security)

    *KAV 6

    *System Safety Monitor

    In the above order.

    Top notch proggies.

    Words that come to mind:
    *does what it is supposed to do, and does this extremely well
    *reliable
    *great protection
    *outstanding free custommer support
    *relatively cheap.
     
  8. solarpowered candle

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    look n stop firewall
     
  9. muf

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    Re: What's your favourite PAID for security software?

    All the apps i've no regrets to have parted cash for:
    KAV
    Boclean
    Cookiepal
    Admuncher
    Ace Utilities
    Prevx1

    If I had to choose one then i'd plumb for Admuncher. Makes browsing the net so much more pleasureable. Love it!

    muf
     
  10. aigle

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    NOD32
    KAV
    SSM
    DefenceWall
     
  11. GES/POR

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    Avira Antivir Personal Premium AV
     
  12. cprtech

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    In order:

    System Safety Monitor
    Eset Nod32
    Outpost pro
    Acronis True Image
     
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    FirstDefense-Instant System Recovery - because it makes me smile :)

    SourMilk out
     
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    ProcessGuard 3.150 full version
     
  15. farmerlee

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    At the moment,

    ProSecurity
    Faronics Anti-Executable
    NOD32
     
  16. poirot

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    No doubt for me it's BOClean: just because it is unreplaceable.

    You can choose btw paid and free 'shadowing' programs like DeepFreeze,shadowUser,PowerShadow.
    You can choose btw many a firewall...
    The same with antivirus programs.......
    Not to mention HIPS: you have SSM paid &Free,ProSecurity paid and free etc.etc.

    IMHO since many years in the realm of antitrojans there was only one PAID program worth being paid.......
     
  17. Kees1958

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    We have the paid GeSWall Pro on son's PC and DefenseWall on wife's PC. Rest is all freeware
     
  18. the Tester

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    BOClean is easily my favorite.:thumb:
     
  19. Minimax2000

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    Best cost/performance ratio:

    1. SSM
    2. Dr. Web
    3. FD-ISR (saved me during beta testing)
    4. Total Uninstall

    Frank
     
  20. WSFuser

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    NOD32
    KAV
    Prevx1
    Ad Muncher
     
  21. Osaban

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    People usually install different applications if they own more than one computer for the sake of diversity and perhaps curiosity. Security for me is experience gained in the field.

    My next computer will have from the very start only 4 Programs that I deem essential and giving you a 360 degrees protection:

    ShadowUser Pro - L'n'S - Nod32- Ad Muncher.

    I have others which are doing their job, but I wouldn't buy them again as they are really redundant.
     
  22. Bio-Hazard

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    NOD32
    SUPERANTISPYWARE
    PROSECURITY
    ACRONIS TRUE IMAGE
     
  23. Mrkvonic

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    Hello,
    I payeth not for security software.
    Mrk
     
  24. asyland

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    BOCLEAN
    NOD32
    BING
    FDISR
     
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