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  shirazi10 17:56 26 Sep 05
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I'm using AOL as my broadband supplier for my home P.C. Can you recommend which security to use - McAfee or Adaware?. Unfortunately the P.C. has a history of picking up viruses, but rather than use both forms of virus scanning, I'd rather use just the one. Which would you recommend out of McAfee and Adaware please? Any feedback much appreciated......

  pj123 18:07 26 Sep 05

Adaware is not antivirus. You need AVG for your antivirus needs and Adaware plus Spybot and Spywareblaster and Zonealarm to comlete your security.

AVG from click here
Adaware from click here
Spybot from click here
Spywareblaster from click here

and Zonealarm from: click here;jsessionid=D4q7P91lkgx4uaV2baGNt8v1Nd6RKuO3Xm61ZbuDL31qw9FfkXkA!1397367376!-1062696903!7551!7552!NONE?dc=12bms&ctry=GB&lang=en

  wolfie3000 20:54 26 Sep 05

pj123 is right thats exactly what iv got and it will give you not full protection but the best that you can get follow pj123's advice.

  patsyanne 21:17 26 Sep 05

Aol give you free McAfee firewall just make sure you dont have the windows one on as well, you just need one

  Jackcoms 21:41 26 Sep 05

I'm fascinated - but what relevance does your thread title have to your actual question?

  VoG II 23:07 26 Sep 05

click here possibly?

  DieSse 23:15 26 Sep 05

VoG™

Nice find :-))

but could be click here or click here

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