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Best free antivirus?

Discussion in 'Products & Tools' started by Rich Jinks, May 11, 2016.

  1. DriKe

    DriKe Peon

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    #81
    avast ? mcAfee?
    SEMrush
     
    DriKe, Jul 10, 2019 IP
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  2. EDDesign

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    #82
    Linux, so, you don't need antivirus anymore :D
     
    EDDesign, Jul 10, 2019 IP
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    ShaneyBells Greenhorn

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    #83
    I like 360 safeguard antivirus it's completely free :) though nothing beats windows defender for me ehehehe.
     
    ShaneyBells, Jul 22, 2019 IP
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    Hi!As for me, best free security soft produced only Kaspersky company)My opinion))
     
    Yegor030790, Oct 10, 2019 IP
  5. deluxdon

    deluxdon Catch Me If You Can...!!!™ Staff

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    #85
    Avast is best IMO.

    DON.
     
    deluxdon, Oct 14, 2019 IP
  6. Elenadsouza550

    Elenadsouza550 Peon

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    No. even I also said it is good, that kaspersky antivirus helps to protect my devices.
     
    Elenadsouza550, Oct 18, 2019 IP
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    #87
    I think, that free software is a bad idea :( especially for security. you pay nothing and get protection? what's the gain of the app? And as far as i have read, my concerns have place to be. Forbes recently shared a research made by some vpnpro on google stores free antiviruses, that do more harm than help. https://www.forbes.com/sites/zakdof...on-downloads-need-to-be-deleted/#332154d15c72 and here's the original research resource https://vpnpro.com/blog/free-antivirus-apps-requesting-dangerous-permissions-they-dont-need/
    So long story short, I would recommend using paid antivirus ...because, free software is not reliable at all.
     
    Tellat321, Nov 13, 2019 IP
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    #88
    yes, even "free" avast will tell you to pay for it to receive more protection.
     
    RXbux, Nov 19, 2019 IP
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    For Free Antivirus Software I always used AVG Free Edition. It was kind of the go-to on every system I worked with. Easy to find and download, worked-well and for free. I now have a paid anti-virus solution. But, AVG Free Edition has been installed on every prior system that I have owned. It was able to detect things and have them removed. I never had an issue with AVG Free Edition, its updates were automatic and did not require a new installation. Every year a new edition of the free version was released. Try that one - if you want to explore other Free Antivirus Software options.
     
    davilama2682, Nov 23, 2019 IP