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Antivirus vs. Internet Security


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wreekhavoc

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Greetings,
Could someone tell me which forum this question should be posted in? The question is, Which is better, just getting antivirus software or Internet Security which includes Firewall protection? The time comes to renew my Antivirus license and I'm wondering about which brand is the best this year. I currently have Kaspersky Antivirus 2012 but I am thinking of getting Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 because it includes Firewall protection as well. In the past I was told that the Internet Security was not a good idea because it takes up too much hard drive space, on the other hand, with just the Antivirus I wouldn't have the firewall protection. I would have to use the Windows Firewall or get a seperate Firewall Protection software. I'm running Windows XP and a friend is running Windows 7 and we are looking to get one with a 3 user license. Help.
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godawgs

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Hi wreekhavoc,

You have already posted a duplicate of this topic in the Applications forum and that's where it should be. I am closing the topic here as this forum is for malware removal.
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