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rinconjoe

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OK looking for a good anti virus and spay ware I have PC-Cillin Internet security 2007 but not sure I like it seems to really slow my Internet surfing down. anyone have any suggestions , has anyone tried version 2008
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The one I have been using for nearly a year with no problems and full satisfaction is 'BitDefender Internet Security', recently voted the best of 7 packages tested by a UK computer magazine. It's virus detection is second to none, includes an anti-spyware component, and is cheaper than most of the others. It scans for both spyware and viruses at the same time. Highly recommended by me and I'm sure by many other satisfied users. The firewall doesn't keep bothering you with endless alerts and is pre-programmed to allow commonly known internet applications, whilst giving you full control over which applications to block or allow.

UK website: http://www.bitdefender.co.uk/

US website: http://www.bitdefender.com/
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any other suggestions
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I use AVG Free for my AntiVirus needs and I use SUPERAntiSpyware and AVG AntiSpware for my pest control problems.

I'm also running Zone Alarm free for my personal Firewall.
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