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Oreans32 - part of the recommended protection tools?

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Hi, I received fantastic help from Fred2134 regarding the removal of 007guard. Following his advice, I removed my AVG security suite and installed Avira AntiVir (free version) and also Super Anti-Spyware.

Now Super Anti-Spyware keeps detecting what it calls Unclassified.Oreans32 and I just wondered if this is an ingredient of the AntiVir updates, since it keeps re-appearing on my machine. I can't think of anything else that has been installed since cleaning my machine out.


As a separate question, I've seen pop-ups from Avira notifying me that my email is =not= scanned by their free version. (AVG did scan email, so that's a little protection that I lost) I guess as soon as I get another contract I'll need to spring for a paid another anti-virus tool, so my question is this: of the commercial tools out there, what's the best firewall, the best anti-spyware, and the best anti-virus?

I'd rather not compromise on security just because something is free. I do business with this machine and it's worth paying to keep it safe, so what do you think are my best options?

Thanks much for the help
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