I use Kaspersky Internet Security... as firewall, Anti-Virus and Anti-Spyware.
On Windows 2000, I use Avast. On Linux I use AVG. AVG is simply the best anti-virus on Linux.
Adeptus Moderatus We purge with chain and bolter
22nd May 2005
Norton sucks, I think we can all agree on that. =p I use Trend Micro: PC Cillin. Maybe I could get an equally good and free one just as easy, but my dad paid for it, so why complain right?
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27th January 2004
I use Avast! and it works great. Free software and efficient.
At the moment I'm using the latest Norton Antivirussoftware. It doesn't slow down my computer and it makes my pc a fortress. I recommend it! (not for beginners, the menus are pretty sofisticated sometimes :p)
avast and i love it
easkum;4053733At the moment I'm using the latest Norton Antivirussoftware. It doesn't slow down my computer and it makes my pc a fortress. I recommend it! (not for beginners, the menus are pretty sofisticated sometimes :p)
i had a bad experience my self with norton and i wouldnt recomend it maybe they have sorted themselves out since i last used it but i wouldnt go back near it
Dark System LordResiding In Insanity
10th November 2004
I use Avast for anti-virus on both of my computers and ZoneAlarm Pro for the firewall. Have had a few attempts on my computer in the past but nothing has actually gotten through. I'll keep using both programs until they let me down or until I get something better.
Norton, it's had its ups and downs but it has been generally kind to me.
Yay 1000th post!
F-Secure Internet Security, it works well although it is slightly slower than some of the competition. Overall it is a bit better than the free alternatives I used to use back when my uni still only offered MacAffee for free (I rather use the free ones than that), I am very glad they made the only right choice and bought licenses for the better, domestic product.