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    Best anti-malware out there?

    I'm using Emsisoft Products and they are quite good at catching viruses. I found more than 120 viruses over a few months downloading random crap. What do you guys think? What other Anti-virus programs can you think of that might be better then Emsisoft?
    Here's the link of it
    Emsisoft Anti-Malware - Best antivirus and firewall to protect from viruses, bots, spyware, keyloggers, trojans, scareware and rootkits
    Idk about AVG or Norton 360... They don't seem to thoroughly remove viruses...





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    Here are some other good ones Hitman Pro or malwarebytes

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    Malwarebytes hands down.

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    Avg and Norton r crap use hitman pro

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    For all your anti-malware needs, it is recommended that you stay away from the paid products like Norton, McAfee or Panda and seek out the freeware developed professional teams.

    For anti-virus and anti-malware I use Microsoft Security Essentials and if I have the need to download other similar programs or require assistance I always visit Bleeping Computer as they are specialists in that area.
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    Avast! is pretty good and Windows Defender for Windows 8.

    Microsoft Forefront is pretty decent as well.

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    A free good one is microsoft security essentials

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    I can't complain about Kaspersky.

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    Malwarebytes and Symantec Endpoint-Protection. Symantec hasn't let any viruses on my pc, how do I know that? Malwarebytes doesn't find anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeisterJaeger View Post
    Malwarebytes and Symantec Endpoint-Protection. Symantec hasn't let any viruses on my pc, how do I know that? Malwarebytes doesn't find anything.
    Symantec will take a lot of RAM resource, I always complain to my parent to get a better antivirus.
    My choice? Kaspersky



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    ESET Smart Security has a good detection rate + light on resources
    Emsisoft Anti-Malware has a better and huge detection rate + light on resources but its only problem too much pop-ups

    Currently I'm using ESET Smart Security 7 (Beta) with Malwarebytes
    Last edited by Matroix73; 08-18-2013 at 02:27 PM.

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    I've used malwarebytes for quite a while, It's worked for me for the time being.

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    malwarebytes is best for scannig malwares.

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    I highly recommend using HitmanPro and Malwarebytes. Trusted and always satisfied me when used on infected pc's together with some deep analyzing

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    Either Malwarebytes or Kaspersky.

    Both of them are the best.

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