Use free security software or pay for premium protection?

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Should I pay for security software? or just go the free route
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Author: voodoochild16Location: Canada PostPosted: Tue Jan 19, 2010 12:06 pm    Post subject: Use free security software or pay for premium protection?
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Hey all,
I googled "windows security forums" so I think I'm at the right place to ask this one basic question: I am a near-intermediate computer user, I've always been using free security software. Should I think about buying a security software suite?. If so, whare are my best options... or not.. what is the best free security programs I can use. Right now all I use is Avira free antivirus.

Thanks in advance!.

Author: voodoochild16Location: Canada PostPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2010 12:24 pm    Post subject:
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albert12 wrote:
Most of us are using free security software for our personal system at home. But if you are running large business with huge amount of confidential data, you must consider highly secured and effective paid security software.


Alright, your totally right about that, so what are some really good free programs?

Author: NeviLocation: Copenhagen PostPosted: Fri Apr 09, 2010 9:35 am    Post subject:
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voodoochild16 wrote:
albert12 wrote:
Most of us are using free security software for our personal system at home. But if you are running large business with huge amount of confidential data, you must consider highly secured and effective paid security software.


Alright, your totally right about that, so what are some really good free programs?


Firewalls:Outpost,Online Armor,PC tools,Comodo.

Antivirus:Avast 5,Avira personal,Microsoft security essentils,

Behaviur Blocker:Threatfire

Sandbox:Sandboxie

Browsers:Opera,Firefox

You can make a very strong security on your computer,using a combinsation of these free tools.Remember only to use 1 of each. Very Happy



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