This is when I tried to download a bit of malware earlier today and both Avast and IE9 jumped on it. I had to disable the AV and use Firefox to download it
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Edited by Dom Fontana, 29 August 2011 - 04:24 AM.
With windows 7 that is a fairly good set up, run a quick MBAM scan weekly and you should be OK
Just one last thing. Right now I am using MS Security Essentials and Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Free. I know it's subjective, but do you think these 2 programs have me covered? They were both recommended in the article. The thing is that the Free version of Anti-Malware doesn't offer real-time protection. I know you can't use 2 anti-virus programs because they will conflict and I also know you need both anti-virus and anti-malware protection. Do the 2 programs I am using fit the bill? I am also using Windows Firewall.
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