What is best virus protection?

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Hi all im using norton 360 premier edition but I dont like it too much as I
cant delete the files in the quarantine and there is no option to block all
traffic in and out bound, what is better than the one im using ie norton
360?

it has to get rid of virus's, trojens, worms, spyware/spybots, bad scripts
and everything else bad for my pc....

im using win xp home

Thanks
GK



Re: What is best virus protection?

Gabriel Knight wrote:

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The answer will be the same as the answer to all the other identical
questions asked in these groups.

<http://groups.google.com/group/alt.comp.anti-virus/browse_thread/thread/0076cc25ec4e741d/ff2ab751235b9b68?#ff2ab751235b9b68

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There is no one, single product that will do all of that.

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Have you ever considered using an operating system that is not a virus,
trojan, spyware magnet?

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Re: What is best virus protection?

On 03/26/2009 02:33 AM, Gabriel Knight sent:
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Hello GK:

Many experienced PC users soon find that no one product is the single
answer to all their computer security needs.

However, many of the best solutions address individual threats.  Many
experienced Windows users have found Avira's AntiVir, Avast, AVG, ESET's
NOD32 to be worthy antivirus applications.  ...and some of these are free.

MBAM and SAS have excellent reputations for other malware categories.

What is the patch level of your XP Home OS?

Do you use a NAT router?  Have you considered another application to
avoid using Outlook Express?

BTS's question is most certainly a good one...

Pete
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