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AudioD:
Thinking of updating my antivirus on my home PC's.
Any ideas on good/reasonal packages available?

CAD:
For Vensters I have used Kaspersky Internet Security for many years with good results.
You should find some good pricing on the 2015 which lasts a year from time of activation and the 3 user bundle usually also now includes 1 mobile device or tablet. :thumbs:

Bit Defender is also pretty good

Mervin:
Kaspersky is good and cost effective... My personal choice is MS Security Essentials (Free) or commercial NOD32 from ESet

chrisc:
AVG and Avast no good?  I have had my PC saved endless times thanks to Avast.  Also S&D and Malwarebuyes keeps the nasties at bay

Mervin:

--- Quote from: chrisc on July 05, 2015, 08:52:02 AM ---AVG and Avast no good?  I have had my PC saved endless times thanks to Avast.  Also S&D and Malwarebuyes keeps the nasties at bay

--- End quote ---
I always run MalwareBytes still for a secondary check

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