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Discussion in 'Ebay' started by apples, Sep 9, 2009.

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  1. apples

    apples Newbie

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    I am wondering what antivirus software BHW members here use , or do they use proxy to sign on to this site.

    For login to ebay / paypal, what registry or tracks cleaner software u use, boz if eb/pp footprints gets cleaned, ebay
    verification procedure is triggered.

    i use avira, ccleaner on winxp

    what do u use?
     
  2. nirmar

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    My choices are Kapersky and Panda.
     
  3. preedge

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    Avast. Will try Kaspersky Internet Security Suite soon. Read many good reviews of it.
     
  4. haridada

    haridada Senior Member

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    what about nod32? im using it and its ok
     
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    i use Avira optimum protection..
    best in the Business
     
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    Panda
     
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    Nod 32 is the best.
     
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    NOD32 all the way - used nortons (never again) AVG - kapersky - Panda - bit defender - fsecure and mcaffee - and nod32 has done the best job for me
     
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    I use ESET. My college offers the full suite for free :)

    I always have Firefox with both Private Browsing and Better Privacy. Plus KeyScrambler and NoScript.

    Also use Evidence Eliminator everyday :)
     
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    mcafee all and ever it's best solution :) all those other solutions are just worthless :) '' deceptive marketing '' you know guys :) ....
     
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    Just get a Mac and you don't need to worry...but if I dusting off the PC to use, I use Kapersky...I would check out that nod32 if I were in the market though.
     
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    Kasper-sky is best and there is no other anti-virus in the world can give you more cool features and safety ! i used all anti-virus to get rid of one virus from my pc ! and lastly from Kasper-sky is the only solution i ended with ! Nod 32 is my 2nd choice also but one major problem with its very huge false positive !
     
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    well. now that i have heard from a lot of the member's mouth itself, lemme try kaspersky.

    But are u saying the kaspersky anti virus or the internet protection suuite.
     
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    I'm a Mac user, so i ride bareback. But on my pc, virtual and otherwise, i use Kaspersky, but do also run Eset on another. Eset's footprint is smaller, but word on the street (Tropheum (sp?)) says Kaspersky is the only one worth using. Enough said.
     
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    Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 plus Malwarebytes..:D
     
  16. voidale

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    kaspersky is the best, lol about nod32 haha this crap it's free dont worth a shit go ahead to hack forum look for viruses to download and he wont find a it XD download kaspersky now do a scan and see that you got shit loads of viruses ;>
     
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    nod32 isn't free. And it isn't bad.
    Both ESET and Kaspersky are top AV. But Kaspersky may be better in some aspects.
     
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    Clamwin. It's based on ClamAV which is on all linux servers as the default antivirus platform and clamwin is free, open source and works beautifully. Have used for many years without issue.
     
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    i use eset
     
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    i use avira, and its ok, no prob..
     
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