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  • #16
    NOD32. Fast, lightweight, and by far one of the best in detections.
    :)

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    • #17
      AVG and McAfee work fine for me.
      Forums

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      • #18
        I use Kaspersky too, but can't find it in poll.

        there is another product, PC-cillin, form Taiwan

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        • #19
          wheres sophos on there

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          • #20
            Nortons, by far..
            MCSE, MVP, CCIE
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            • #21
              Nortonian as well. Being a little bit heavy on my system, but disappeared totally after installing Service Pack 2!

              P.S.: I've heared many good things about Kaspersky, & it got 2 members voting for it so it should be added to teh list.
              You're spending millions of dollars on a website?!

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Joe Gronlund
                Nortons, by far..
                Norton is a terrible AV.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Cloud Strife
                  Norton is a terrible AV.
                  I agree, and use Kaspersky Internet Security 6.0 (KIS), therefore I wasnt able to vote on this poll
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                  • #24
                    Currently using Norton simply coz it is a trial version installed on my new PC good for 60 days. As soon as the 60 days are up, I'm straight back to AVG. I've used it for years, it's free and it does the job. Plus I use AVG on the laptop so it saves having to know two programmes.
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                    • #25
                      I use Windows OneCare. Best firewall and antivirus (plus antispyware!) program ever.

                      Norton is a big fat resource hog. Symantec Antivirus is great, but ask anyone on this forum that is using it if they payed the $200+ price tag... ^_~

                      AntiVir is simply amazing. It's free. McAfee is another resource hog. Avast is... eh. AVG is cool, but a nasty UI.

                      Trust me, I've tried every antivirus out there. o_o

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by eXaulz
                        I use Windows OneCare. Best firewall and antivirus (plus antispyware!) program ever.

                        Norton is a big fat resource hog. Symantec Antivirus is great, but ask anyone on this forum that is using it if they payed the $200+ price tag... ^_~

                        AntiVir is simply amazing. It's free. McAfee is another resource hog. Avast is... eh. AVG is cool, but a nasty UI.

                        Trust me, I've tried every antivirus out there. o_o
                        Nortons is a bit of a resource hog, mine only cost me $60.00 - CDN
                        MCSE, MVP, CCIE
                        Microsoft Beta Team

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                        • #27
                          My bad, I said that wrong: Norton is a resource hog, if you have less than 1GB of RAM. And, Norton Antivirus costs $60, but Symantec Antivirus [Enterprise Edition] costs around $100.00. Okay, I may have exaggerated.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by eXaulz
                            I use Windows OneCare. Best firewall and antivirus (plus antispyware!) program ever.
                            *shudders* That program screwed up my internet sooooo bad. >.>. Then it wouldn't like let me uninstall it right.. so I had to delete like part of it to where it wouldn't function anymore. *sigh*

                            and @ the comment about Symantec's cost.

                            My dad's company started a program that gave all of their employees free anti-virus stuff for there home. This in turn helps keep cviruses away from work. Get it? Suppsoedly its saving money.

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                            • #29
                              My dad works for a bigger company that does that as well. Although the virus software they distributed isn't really the best
                              Best Regards
                              Colin Frei

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                              • #30
                                Norton Corporate
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