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Old 06-18-2007, 05:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was wondering what you all have and what i should get, i plan on getting the 2007 Norton but i have been told there are better ones for free, any recommendations would be great

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Avast Free Home Edition has a higher detection and removal rate than Norton 2007. I use it and have had no problem. It detected all the viruses, mostly from torrent


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Big No on Norton

Paid > Symantec 10 Corporate



There are many many more. For both paid and Free.
Sure someone will hit them all.
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ZoneAlarm is also a good one. There's a paid and a free version.
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