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Mortalis

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Moved from wrong forum


Topic pretty much tells all.

I used Ewido (recommended during another event being resolved on your forums) during the resolution phase of correcting my malware/adware/spyware drama recently. The product found considerably more items than Ad-Aware. Spybot, and Microsoft's antispyware program.

At $29.95, the cost is not that big a deal as long as the product performs.

Are there other products you would recommend?
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as you said it was recomended, probably for the removal of malware. We do highly recomend it.

Norton av 2005: without internet worm protection turned on it doesn't protect from adaware related download trojans. with it on it does a good job of protection but becomes a resouce hog. If your a gamer it interferes a lot with gaming.

Mcaffee: does a better job with adaware stuff but still has some issues with resource management.

avg: free
avast: free

ewido: well as you have seen it does a good job. doesn't seem to be a resouce hog. just works like it should. every version they release improves their product and adds new features. I have used v3 and now v3.5. I like it very much. I think it says a lot when we use it to clean download trojans and adaware related viri from systems as part of our normal malware process.

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