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#1 p8315

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Posted 16 February 2010 - 10:31 AM

I have 4 computers 2 dell laptops 1 toshiba and 1 dell desk top at home. The lap tops run off the router connected to my computer. ATT offers mcafee but i was told it was not secure. Basicly a trial verson, One dell has been infected and reformed. The other is running AGV free version and the toshiba is now on the AGV free version. I do not now anything about this AGV!!! I found this sight but not sure if I should trust it. http://www.deletespyware-adware.com/InternetSecurity.htm
Not sure if i can go buy Nortons or Mcafee and if they will protect all thrugh the net work or not. Please Help
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#2 Romeo29

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Posted 16 February 2010 - 06:06 PM

Paula you can install Avast! Antivirus 5.0 which is very good. The Home edition is free to use.
You can also use the AntiVir free antivirus. Again the Personal edition is free.

In addition to these you should also install Malwarebyte's Antimalware free edition and from time to time have it manually scan your computer.

You can find more freeware security applications here : http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic3616.html




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