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Heaps Of Antimalware

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#1 rowal5555


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Posted 13 September 2006 - 03:07 PM

I have heard good things about SuperAntiSpyware so recently installed it.

I am now running Sygate, & Avast, together with SpybotSD/Teatimer,SpywareBlaster, SpywareGuard, Ewido, WinPatrol and HostsSecure ++, and get the feeling I am going into overkill.

Any comments??


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Posted 13 September 2006 - 04:33 PM

I don't think you are at the stage of overkill , although i would say you don't need Spywareguard as you can protect your home page with either Spywareblaster , Winpatrol or , as you are already doing , with SpybotSD/Teatimer .

I've tried SuperAntiSpyware , and although i felt it was a good enough app, i didn't feel it offered me any more protection than i'm already getting............for the record i use Winpatrol , Ad-Aware SE , Spybot , AVG , Sygate.....and of course , once in a while , an online scan , Trend Micro or Panda.
All these free apps have served me well for the last three years , along with a careful surfing and downloading attitude , and i believe you can only really go with what works for you.

Rightly or wrongly these are my thoughts.

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