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    Quote Originally Posted by fecher View Post
    I use microsoft Security Essentials, i still believe its probably the best Free AV out there
    Accept and face the facts, don't live in your little dream world. MSE is not a very good anti-virus, if you read information from AV-Comparatives and AV-Test.org, it shows this.

    MSE/Windows Defender is the dotted line.



    This is the top of the protection scale on AV-Test.org:



    At the bottom of the scale according to protection: (Note that Windows Defender = MSE in Windows 8)



    Is that enough proof?

    Quote Originally Posted by Allen2G View Post
    I use Malewarebyts and Advance System Care Pro.
    Dude, neither of them are anti-virus products. MBAM is designed to supplement an anti-virus and is not a fully fledged AV product, they clearly outline this on their website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by master131 View Post
    Accept and face the facts, don't live in your little dream world. MSE is not a very good anti-virus, if you read information from AV-Comparatives and AV-Test.org, it shows this.

    MSE/Windows Defender is the dotted line.



    This is the top of the protection scale on AV-Test.org:



    At the bottom of the scale according to protection: (Note that Windows Defender = MSE in Windows 8)



    Is that enough proof?



    Dude, neither of them are anti-virus products. MBAM is designed to supplement an anti-virus and is not a fully fledged AV product, they clearly outline this on their website.
    So Avira good anti-virus to use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen2G View Post


    So Avira good anti-virus to use?
    I've used it before, has too many false positives, plus the free version shows annoying ads. If you want a good free solution, use Avast or AVG but it's up to you which one you choose to use since I don't use either of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiyeon View Post
    Bitdefender. /// too short
    From experience, Bitdefender has great detection rates but isn't nice with game hacks or software cracks as it often reports them as a "Generic.xxx" threat and when you try to move it out of quarantine, it'll delete it again before you get the chance to add it exclusions. Also, not to mention when it deletes something, it either:
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    Quote Originally Posted by master131 View Post
    Accept and face the facts, don't live in your little dream world. MSE is not a very good anti-virus, if you read information from AV-Comparatives and AV-Test.org, it shows this.

    MSE/Windows Defender is the dotted line.



    This is the top of the protection scale on AV-Test.org:



    At the bottom of the scale according to protection: (Note that Windows Defender = MSE in Windows 8)



    Is that enough proof?



    Dude, neither of them are anti-virus products. MBAM is designed to supplement an anti-virus and is not a fully fledged AV product, they clearly outline this on their website.
    Thanks for posting this btw. I think I'll be shit canning Kingsoft lol. I wasn't all that sure about it anyway.
    Great little interface, but apparently it's all flash. I was surprised Comodo scored so low this year,
    The IT guys at my company swear by the corporate edition. I might go back to using Kaspersky or AVG

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    Quote Originally Posted by master131 View Post
    From experience, Bitdefender has great detection rates but isn't nice with game hacks or software cracks as it often reports them as a "Generic.xxx" threat and when you try to move it out of quarantine, it'll delete it again before you get the chance to add it exclusions. Also, not to mention when it deletes something, it either:
    a) doesn't tell you about it (auto-pilot)
    b) is very delayed in telling you

    I got very frustrated with Bitdefender because it stopped me from approving files properly so I uninstalled it.
    That's my only gripe with it. Now I'm diligent in using exclusion folders that are sandboxed. It's a hassle but the suite itself is really good so it's worth it.

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