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Avg Anti-spyware And Norton Antivirus


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#1 Annika

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Posted 26 November 2006 - 12:05 PM

Hello!

My computer has been infected with diffrent spyware or malware. Very good help is given by SifuMike.
I have though a question:

Why don't Norton find the virus when AVG Anti-Spyware find a lot?

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Posted 26 November 2006 - 01:02 PM

Are you talking about viruses or spyware-adware ? I started out using Norton Systemworks for my PC protection. I switched to AVG and when installing the AVG it found some stuff that NS didn't find. I used AVG for a while and decided to switch back to Norton. When I installed NS it found stuff AVG didn't find. The next year I switched to PC-cillin and when I installed it, same thing, it found stuff the NS didn't find. I recently went to Norton Internet Securities 2007 and it did the same, finding stuff the previous program didn't find. Why? I don't know, maybe someone else can tell you.
I use Webroots' Spysweeper and recenlty downloaded AVG's spyware program(it's free and they give a 30 day full version for free). I disabled the Spysweeper and used the AVG's. It found stuff, no real malware but cookies. I disabled the AVG and enabled Spysweeper and it found some that the AVG didn't. Kind of crazy, eh?
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