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I have looked and seasrched the net through diferent places and noone can tell me what is the beast and user frendly security suite out there. can someone please help.

At this atage I am using Zone alarm.
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Hello traindriver,

A good place to start would be here. Enjoy!
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I suggest than you build your own 'suite' of security applications. A very effective combination of excellent single purpose utilites can be installed with a much lower 'footprint' than any "suite" of my experience.
And most can be had at no cost. I do recommend that you get a paid full-time active anti-spyware client (just one- use the others as scan only).

Top rated these days seem to be Webroot Spysweeper, A-squared, and AVG AntiSpyware, although I am sure that there are other fine choices as well. I think the dollars spent on a full-time antimalware client are well worth it, and represent my only paid security application.

I use AVG free antivirus, Comodo firewall, A-Squared AntiMalware (paid), SpywareBlaster, SpywareGuard, and WinPatrol. I scan with half a dozen others each week as well, and am just happy as a clam to see them all come up blank.
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