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    Hey,

    My McAfree subscription has now expired and I'm ready to purchase a full version anti-virus software, in fact I had no anti-virus for a week and everytime I login to my PC it will show me:

    <Name>
    Keep Blocking, Allow or Remind me later
    (Firewall)

    I keep seeing this message at least 3-4 times a day, different names random.. like ktlawy... dkajfa

    So, before I purchase this what software is best? Never mind the price, it's just I want a good one, if not McAfee or Norton suggest alternatives.

    Thanks

    oo sorry, move this thread to "Internet Security" please.
    Last edited by karimali831; 05-12-07, 11:56 PM.

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    Originally posted by karimali831 View Post
    Hey,

    My McAfree subscription has now expired and I'm ready to purchase a full version anti-virus software, in fact I had no anti-virus for a week and everytime I login to my PC it will show me:

    <Name>
    Keep Blocking, Allow or Remind me later
    (Firewall)

    I keep seeing this message at least 3-4 times a day, different names random.. like ktlawy... dkajfa

    So, before I purchase this what software is best? Never mind the price, it's just I want a good one, if not McAfee or Norton suggest alternatives.

    Thanks

    oo sorry, move this thread to "Internet Security" please.

    I will suggest you to get AVG Anti-Vir Pro
    May be following link will help you : anti-virus-software-review.toptenreviews.com/ to choose one.
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    • #3
      AVG free and a separate firewall...maybe Zone Alarm or Sygate, or Kerio.
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      • #4
        I use McAfee but only because it was free (for one year) from Natwest - seems to work fine - anything that is free has to be good if it's not bad [profound or what ]

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        • #5
          Tesco Antivirus! its great!

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          • #6
            I just sit here with Antibacterial Spray...kill those viruses in one quick spray! Oh! Your talking about my pc? Bah, PCalert(virgin home-brew) all the way!

            Studsy

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