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What anti-virus you using now?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by dinz, Nov 21, 2008.

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  1. dinz

    dinz Junior Member

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    Hey guys, wondering what av are you using and is cracked one or original pieces?
     
  2. jugad

    jugad Newbie

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    Hey! I am using avira. Its good n free. Everything works fine. The only drawback is that it opens a pop up once in every 2-3 hrs to prod you to uby their paid version. But the free part is good enough.
     
  3. Gogeta

    Gogeta Power Member

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    Ubuntu lol . I got sick of getting infected with trojans and shit so I switched to ubuntu.
     
  4. breakfree

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    AVG, free, haven't got a virus in years now.
    However, the daily scan is too slow with all my files.
     
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    Realign02 Regular Member

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    Kaspersky Is my anti-virus of choice. I've never had any issues with it.

    -E
     
  6. dinz

    dinz Junior Member

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    cracked one or purchase? my desktop using avast :)
     
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    dvdcowboy Junior Member

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    I am with you man.

    Amen Brother!
     
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    flow Regular Member

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    On a Mac, running nothing-- no problem in two + years.
     
  9. affigold

    affigold BANNED BANNED

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    Mcafeee it's free not bad and spy-bot
     
  10. cellk

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    nod, one of the best antivirus programs out there
     
  11. iphaxor

    iphaxor Newbie

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    kaspersky or eset formerly nod
     
  12. aliskorn

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    Kaspersky Internet Security 7
    msg too short
     
  13. ajeeyunz

    ajeeyunz Regular Member

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    I recommend you to use Kaspersky. Easy to install, and tough for any viruses. :)
     
  14. crazymoneyfool

    crazymoneyfool Registered Member

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    AVG

    andf I agree that the daily scan is slow as hell

    It does it's job and I am smart enough to not click .exe files

    Vista doesn't need to dummy prompt me :p
     
  15. Essential Clix

    Essential Clix Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Jesus, we already have like 5 of these anti-virus threads on this forum. There's at least 1 on every forum on the Internet it seems, and they'll go on forever because everyone likes to defend the anti-virus program they use... Just take your pick from the top 5 and you'll be OK.

    1) Kaspersky
    2) Eset NOD32
    3) BitDefender
    4) AVG (free)
    5) Avast! (free)

    And if you're ever in doubt, or if you're just paranoid like me, then upload the file to www.jotti.org, where it will be scanned by 20 of the best anti-virus programs for FREE. Or, better yet, avoid all the hassle and just install linux ;)
     
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