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But, Comodo is the only FREE Antivirus to get 6/6 for Protection.. Other AV have Trial versions, but not Free for Life-time
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Never had a problem with MSE + Malwarebytes. If you know what kind of files you're opening and what kind of sites you're browsing then you've nothing nothing to worry about. thumb.gif

Yeah, but legitimate websites never get hacked to serve malware

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2) I run it and my computer was 100% clean and I using only MSE so MSE is best biggrin.gif

Your logic is flawed as you're assuming that MSE is aware of every piece of malware rather than the chance that the reason it thinks your system is 100% clean because there's a lot of crap on your system that your MSE doesn't recognize as a threat.

I'm not saying that you 100% are infected either though. Just that people are very complacent when it comes to security and malware.
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Your logic is flawed as you're assuming that MSE is aware of every piece of malware rather than the chance that the reason it thinks your system is 100% clean because there's a lot of crap on your system that your MSE doesn't recognize as a threat.

I'm not saying that you 100% are infected either though. Just that people are very complacent when it comes to security and malware.


I tested with new system it was the same.... (I mean 4 months ago with BitDefender) for malware... I using 1x on months spybot only for search and then I turn it off. And I have no problems... I dont like programs that are always open... and they found nothing biggrin.gif
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I tested with new system it was the same.... (I mean 4 months ago with BitDefender) for malware... I using 1x on months spybot only for search and then I turn it off. And I have no problems... I dont like programs that are always open... and they found nothing biggrin.gif

You've completely missed my point, but never mind. If you're the sort of person to boast about turning your av off then we're never going to agree on any topic regarding security and malware.
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I use avast on all my computers, and typically put it on all the computers i work on.
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You've completely missed my point, but never mind. If you're the sort of person to boast about turning your av off then we're never going to agree on any topic regarding security and malware.

I never turning my MSE off smile.gif

Em I use AV for about 5 months on my laptop and never got any warning about virus on my PC.... on laptop I`m not use any P2P programs.... but on my desktop computer I use P2P programs... and I was using BitDefender Plus 2013.... but now I buy new components and I will format my PC so which AV you recommended? Avast or BitDefender Plus 2013 or...?


Now I testing Avast on my laptop and is thumb.gif AV doesnt use CPU.... and computer works without lags.


I dont like programs that always something searching on my computer and computer work slower but with Avast comp. works thumb.gif
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Em I use AV for about 5 months on my laptop and never got any warning about virus on my PC....
But again, you're assuming that AVs (and particularly MSE) would detect any and all threats - they do not. In fact most AVs (even non-free ones) are pretty bad at detecting new threats. And once the host system is infected, it's pretty trivial to bypass the AV.
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on laptop I`m not use any P2P programs.... but on my desktop computer I use P2P programs...
P2P isn't the only source for malware. Legitimate sites get hacked everyday to serve malware (there was a well publicied case last yeah where MySQL (a hugely popular database) site was hacked to serve up malware via Flash and Java exploits.
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About sites I know they have malware... so what do you recommended?
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About sites I know they have malware...
I don't understand your point. Sorry
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so what do you recommended?
I don't run Windows these days so don't have much practical experience with the latest Windows AVs (my experience in this field come from securing Linux and UNIX servers), but Avast seems like one of the better free AVs in terms of caught malware vs performance impact of the real time scanning, from the benchmarks I've read.
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