max
Jun 29, 2011

What's the best antivirus software?

Anyone have a favorite antivirus software solution they'd recommend? I work for a small-medium-sized business (about 500 employees) so something suitable for that.

xeb
11/29/2014
This is the best antivirus free of charge and better then all

http://itrepairguide.com/install-free-antivirus-microsoft-security-essentials/

and its from microsoft so reliable then most of them
jimlynch
01/04/2012
PCMag has a roundup of antivirus tools that you might want to check out.

The Best Antivirus for 2012
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2372364,00.asp

"New model-year security products used to come out in the fall, like new model-year cars. This year the first 2012 antivirus (G Data AntiVirus 2012 ($29.95 direct, 3.5 stars)) turned up way back in May. So far PCMag has reviewed nine antivirus tools explicitly identified as 2012 models, along with several others released during the same period. Which of these recent releases is the best?

Testing the Tools
To evaluate antivirus utilities I rely on hands-on, real-world testing. The malware removal test involves installing each product on a dozen malware-infested virtual machines and challenging it to clean them up. For the malware blocking test I attempt to install the same collection of threats on a clean system protected by the product being tested."

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Diego Gutierrez
07/09/2011

I have used many antivirus and found that it slows my PC down and its clunky to use.
I now use the free version antivirus of zenok online backup and found it meet and exceeds my needs, it's easy to use. It works in the back round and auto updates.

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Diego Gutierrez
07/09/2011

I have used many antivirus and found that it slows my PC down and its clunky to use.
I now use the free version antivirus of zenok online backup and found it meet and exceeds my needs, it's easy to use. It works in the back round and auto updates.

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stant
06/29/2011

I mostly use Microsoft Security Essentials. It's free from Microsoft and protects against viruses and malware (rootkits, trojans, and other bad things that aren't technically viruses).

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