Which anti-virus software are you using?

Which anti-virus are you using? (Paid/free)


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I've very sure almost all computer/internet users have anti-virus software installed in their computer, no matter paid or free version.

Would like to see which anti-virus is the most popular (free and paid version) among people here. :D
 

Numnumball

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#6
using MAC also.. gd thing abt it no Anti virus required :thumbsup:
 

whoelse

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Microsoft Security Essential - FOC.
 

pufferfizh

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Using Avira - free version anti virus. Its good except for the pop ups tat keep coming up from time to time prompting user to upgrade to their paid version. ;)
 

mohgui

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using Mac and a bit kiasu... so i installed iAntiVirus :bsmilie:
 

mohgui

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Using Avira - free version anti virus. Its good except for the pop ups tat keep coming up from time to time prompting user to upgrade to their paid version. ;)
the pop-ups appear when an update is done.
 

Reportage

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Norton 2010. Fast and Unobtrusive.
 

#19
When OS X market share breaks out of 10%, virus writers will start to focus more on Mac
Even when the Mac market share was at 12 % in the mid-1990s, there was no huge focus. 38 pieces of malware existed. Even after the iMac in 1998, there were only 42. That compares to 50,000+ for DOS/Windows then.

There are a few trojans for Mac OS X now, but the user has to authorise them for them to work. There may be trojans, but no viruses, no matter who focuses.

Norton Anti-Virus is probably the worst running software on any platform. Generally, any of their software is broken, causing problems with other software and crashes.
 

afbug

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Using Microsoft Security Essential as well. Norton is a very good anti-virus but it slows my pc boot up, must pay and its expensive to subscribe, so its rubbish!
 

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