#1
So, before paying Norton another whatever a year's subscription is for Norton Internet Security, I'd like to consider buying a different product like BitDefender Internet Security, McAfee Internet Security Suite, or a free one. Any suggestions?
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#3
I use AVG, I have no viruses or spyware.
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#6
My girlfriend uses AVG and no longer has viruses.

I use McAffee because we get it free with our ISP package, and I've also had no problems with McAffee...I used to have Norton and prefer McAffee because it's more user-friendly.
#9
McAfee.
I have it and it's great. It even tells you if a website is safe or not.
eg,


The green ticks mean the site is safe, and the red ones mean they are not.
#10
Quote by guilty09
buy a mac problem solved

Find a fanboy, secks problem solved!

There ARE Mac viruses, but they do relatively nothing and are easy to get rid of.
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#11
If you're going to pay for antivirus software, get Kaspersky. NOD32, and BitDefender also rank highly.
#12
Quote by Negative Burn
If you're going to pay for antivirus software, get Kaspersky. NOD32, and BitDefender also rank highly.

OK, thanks.

Quote by guilty09
buy a mac problem solved

Thanks but I'd rather not waste $2000 of my money.
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#13
AVG. Don't go anywhere near Norton.
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#15
I suggest AVG for anti-virus, I used Avast for a while, but the active scanning stopped working after a while, and I couldn't restart it again, so I had to manually check if something was wrong at any given time.

Ad-aware is what I suggest for anti-spyware.
There is also something with the name so cheesy as Super Anti-Spyware, but with that you won't have active scanning with the free edition.
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#17
Can I keep using the Norton firewall, while using a different antivirus?


EDIT: Ive found Norton to slow my computer down too much... Are others like Bitdefender and Kaspersky also like this?
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#18
Quote by ldl67
Can I keep using the Norton firewall, while using a different antivirus?


probably yea, but norton would keep bugging you about having everything else off.... im assuming u have norton anti-virus or something
I see no sign of fortress.
#19
Quote by Phorgot
probably yea, but norton would keep bugging you about having everything else off.... im assuming u have norton anti-virus or something

I have norton internet security.
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