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How do you keep your PC protected?


PC Advisor

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There are several different ways to protect your PC, we want to know how you do it.

Let us know in our poll. How do you keep your PC protected?

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rdave13

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A one-off payment for Superantispyware and the rest are free.

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ams4127

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You need one more category for people like me.

I use MSE (free) and MBAM (full, paid).

I cannot vote accurately.

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interzone55

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I use the Talk Talk security suite that comes with my internet connection.

Technically it's free with my package, but Talk Talk probably include the cost in my monthly fee.

Anyway I ticked Free

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buteman

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I will go along with the firs two.Usually free version of Anti_Virus and a paid for version of Emisoft Anti-Malware.

I would say any anti_virus as long as you have a pay for Anti-malware program that gives you full time protection.

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Matt Egan

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ams4127 Good point (and we thought we'd covered everything!) - that option now enabled.

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sunnystaines

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norton internet security 2012

spywareblaster free editions of SAS & MBAM

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Toneman

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Is MSE not sufficient on it's own?

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johndrew

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Toneman

I have been told that MSE is currently the best on the free market at the moment and I also use it. However I also use SpywareBlaster (to block any attempts) and Spybot S&D as a backup checker (TeaTimer disabled).

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HondaMan

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AVG Free; Malware Bytes; Ad-Aware

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tAtu*!

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BitDefender Total Security 2012 and HitMan Pro (Paid for) and then use online scanners for peace of mind (House Doctor or Eset)

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