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Originally Posted by Kaldari View Post
Eset IS + MWB Pro + SAS Pro + NoScript + BetterPrivacy

I'll probably be switching to GData when it comes time to renew Eset though.

By the way, it's a bad idea to run more than one suite like that, mainly the antiviruses.
Outpost is the primary. Does all the real-time protection. It has a wonderful (AD BLOCKER) too. Never had any issues at all. My rig has a 3.0GHz dual core, never had a blue screen or nothing.
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Arch Linux straight up.
Meh
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post #23 of 107
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Originally Posted by CravinR1 View Post
OP is a Norton fanboi, but those of us who know dont use it.

MSE is lower resources and FREE

I've also used and recommend: Avira, AVGFREE, Avast
No it not.
MSE uses about 80,000 kb/s (idle) on a 64-bit O/S. Outpost Security uses about 20,000-27,000 kb/s (idle) on a 64-bit O/S

Norton 2011 is a lil higher than Outpost but not by much, Far less than MSE too.
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post #24 of 107
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Outpost is the primary. Does all the real-time protection. It has a wonderful (AD BLOCKER) too. Never had any issues at all. My rig has a 3.0GHz dual core, never had a blue screen or nothing.
It more has to do with how an intrusion is dealt with when one is detected. They end up essentially conflicting with each other. I don't know specifics. I just know that has been a general rule-of-thumb forever.

Even if that doesn't happen, having another suite running just for an ad blocker seems silly to me. There are many good addons out there for that.



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post #25 of 107
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The problem generally is more along the lines that you have to download the special "Norton removal tool" to completely get rid of it. Otherwise, it has the potential to screw with your networking if you just hit uninstall..

I've had more than a few customers that I had to run this for..
True. I have heard of that too.Luckily I never needed the NRT but it doesnt take long to dl+install.
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Well, reinstalled a month ago..
*Checks*
HOLY SH...
Lol i dont have any :/ well, gonna download a free trial of nod32...
    
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post #28 of 107
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It more has to do with how an intrusion is dealt with when one is detected. They end up essentially conflicting with each other. I don't know specifics. I just know that has been a general rule-of-thumb forever.

Even if that doesn't happen, having another suite running just for an ad blocker seems silly to me. There are many good addons out there for that.



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lol, didnt mean that was the #1 reasaon. It was just an fyi I suppose
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post #29 of 107
OK enjoy defnding your "vastly superior" inferior choice. I'll be checking out of this thread now

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post #30 of 107
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Originally Posted by CravinR1 View Post

Im guna show you how stupid you look. I took a screen shot of Outpost Security Suite memory usage.

Its at 23,000 kb/s currently.

Go ahead and do a screen shot for yours too.

Im calling you out!
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