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March 4, 2007, 5:21 am
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I have read that 64 bit is more secure than
32 bit, but that Microsoft still recommends
the use of antivirus software.
I noticed that some antivirus vendors offer
either an antivirus package (basic), or an internet
security package with more features (deluxe).
With all the improvements in Vista, I wonder
if I need to get more than just an Antivirus package ?
Are Vista's security tools any good ?
If I get an internet security package will it just
needlessly overlap (or disable) the tools that
Vista has already provided ?
Please help me to understand what product I
may need to get.
Re: Overlapping protection
You should install diferents products for different functions. Spend a
little money and get good ones.
1. Use a router with built-in firewall.
2. good AV(NOD32,Kaspersky)
3. Anti-Spyware (SuperAdBlocker)
4. Software firewall(I'm not sure which ones work on Vista)
5. Spam filter
6. You may want to consider using a more secure Browser(Opera or
Firefox) and E-mail client(Opera or Thunderbird)
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