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The Internet is so big, so powerful and pointless that for some people it is a complete substitute for life.
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Posted 28 November 2010 - 04:30 AM
The Kaspersky product is an anitvirus and firewall suite. It should be used in conjunction with other on demand malware scanners, for layered protection. Yes it works well, for me. I have used Kaspersky products for over 5 years. I have not installed the 2011 version yet.
I don't know what products you are referring to when you say MBAB and SA. If you mean Malwarebytes with saying MBAB, Kaspersky is not a replacement but MBAM should be used in conjunction witj Kaspersky as an on demand scanner. SA for a product has too many possibilities to guess.
Posted 28 November 2010 - 04:34 AM
The overlap of protection from using different signature databases will aid in detection and removal of more threats when scanning your system for malware. However, competing tools may provide redundant alerts which can be annoying and/or confusing as a result of the overlap in protection.
If using multiple real-time resident shields (TeaTimer, Ad-Watch, MBAM Protection Module, Spyware Terminator Shields, etc.) together at the same time, there can be conflicts when each application tries to compete for resources and exclusive rights to perform an action. They may identify the activity of each other as suspicious and produce alerts.
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