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Old 11-12-2005, 10:29 AM   #11 (permalink)
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dont reveal out the serial key in the lobby neither i dont want it.....and very surely i want a CD download of Norton Antivirus 2006 by which i can activate my software by phoneeeeeee
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can you give me the website for Antivir guard? and can i install both Norton And Antivir on my PC?

PS: Thanks Makaveli...i got the download of full version can you give me its serial key or Keygen?
Never install 2 a/v's at the same time. you are also not allow to openly ask for a serial or keygen here as the forum don't support warez (pirated software). they would shut the forum down if they suported warez
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it means i should remove the Antivirus Norton 2006??? man./i have just downloaded all the updates of 15 MB...but do you have a website of Antir Guard.or whatevcer it is?
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Use one AV as a backup but make sure they are not running at the same time
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Use one AV as a backup but make sure they are not running at the same time
I do that with vcom system suite a/v as a backup
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it comes in handy especially when there is a virus that disables a certain av.....when that happens, just start the backup.
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i use symantec antivirus v.10. is that a good one or should i juse the freeware like AVG?
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You are just fine. I also use it. I had 9 before then when that came out I got it asap.
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here's the download page for Antivir.
http://www.free-av.com/antivirus/allinonen.html
it's free, so you won't be doing anything illegal by using it.

although for other programs, if you like the program, pay for it. I'm sure if you were a programmer making good software, you'd want people to pay you for it rather than pirating it.
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Old 11-13-2005, 11:09 AM   #20 (permalink)
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i was looking for norton antivirus 2006 crack but i could't find one, i just found one for 2005
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