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Re: NOD32 + A-Sqaured vs. Panda Internet Security 2009

 
 
Kayman
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      12-24-2008
On Tue, 23 Dec 2008 23:31:02 +0100, PSiLOCyBe wrote:

> Hi everyone,
>
> I'm currently running NOD32 Anti-Virus + A-Squared Anti-Malware...
> Both the licenses will expire soon, I'm looking if there is any
> alternative to these.


Stick with NOD32 if you want to fork out $. Go for for AntiVir if you want
to switch to freeware.
A good alternative to a2 is Malwarebytes and/or SUPERAntiSpyware, either
free or payware.

> Now i saw Panda Internet Security 2009 and i'm not sure if its a good
> alternative.


Steer away from Panda and any other security Suites

> I'm not sure what to do, i hope anyone can help me here because i dont
> trust any of the comparison sites i come across.


Good luck
 
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