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Billp64
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Hi, Have had problems which I have now solved, have Avast Internet Security and System Mechanic on computer, is this enough security against attacks or do I need another program such as Malewarebytes or perhaps any another suggestions. I think an attack caused my problems and would like to make sure as secure as possible. Any suggestions appreciated, also not sure any more where to mark threads as sorted. Thanks.

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No you don't have enough, but the addition of MalwareBytes would solve this. Others might say even more is needed, but as long as you have One good Anti-virus and one or two like MalwareBytes or SAS, plus careful use of the Internet and not opening 'strange' emails etc, you should be fine.

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Billp64

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Thanks very much will sort this out, appreciate your help.

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Billp64

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Thank you very much for the link Malwarebytes Pro with the offer I have taken that up, bought and installed. Appreciate what you have done.

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