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Topic # 90087 14-Sep-2011 14:04
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Hey folks... I have a licence for Symantec Internet Security 2012 to giveaway. Each licence can be used in up to three PCs.

To enter, just reply here with what you are currently using (and if not using anything explain why). Extra bonus entry if you post a picture of your current off line security setup.

I will draw a winner at random next Wednesday 21st September. Good luck!

 




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  Reply # 521062 14-Sep-2011 16:58
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I'm using Microsoft Security Essentials and ZoneAlarm




that would be an ecumenical matter

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  Reply # 521136 14-Sep-2011 18:53
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https://imgur.com/lDCPH

The thing is I live in Dunedin...in the suburbs so have little use for such security. 

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  Reply # 521145 14-Sep-2011 19:12
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On my desktop currently using Norton:)

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  Reply # 521381 15-Sep-2011 11:16
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I use Avast Antivirus. It is free so may not be as good as non-free Antivirus software.

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  Reply # 521390 15-Sep-2011 11:32
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My ESET Smart security suite is up for renewal (or replacement) on a couple of machines before the end of the year, and I have MS Security essentials running on a Win 7 machine.

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  Reply # 521392 15-Sep-2011 11:37
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I use Microsoft Security Essentials on the Windows VMs and nothing on the Mac because I'm yet to see evidence of it being necessary.

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  Reply # 521402 15-Sep-2011 11:55
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I'm using AVG 2012 (free) and the Windows 7 firewall

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  Reply # 521860 16-Sep-2011 11:25
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AVG and Spybot




Homebuilt High Performance Desktop: Windows 10 Professional (x64)
Toshiba Encore Write 2: Windows 10
Nokia 930: Windows Phone 10
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  Reply # 522103 16-Sep-2011 18:53
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Norton Internet Security. 

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  Reply # 522122 16-Sep-2011 19:46
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Microsoft Security Essentials, Microsoft Firewall, but my ADSL router also has a NAT Firewall too.
Before this was using Norton Internet Security with a licence purchased off Trademe, DOH! Only worked for 3 months until it zapped itself for being a fake - decided that paying for licences after that not a good idea if there was good free software available.

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  Reply # 522610 18-Sep-2011 12:01
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NOD32 Antivirus on my main PC, renewal due in about 6 weeks.

Offline security is:


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  Reply # 523488 20-Sep-2011 12:56
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Currently I'm using Microsoft Security Essentials.

Works ok... but I preffer Norton because it work GREAT !

Thanks ! 

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  Reply # 523556 20-Sep-2011 14:51
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Using MSE + Comodo FW. seems to do an alright job. Sometimes use malwarebytes! for when im feeling extra cautious + virtual box for new apps that haven't earned my trust

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  Reply # 523580 20-Sep-2011 15:18
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  Reply # 523606 20-Sep-2011 15:55
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Norton 360 Premier at home & eSet Nod32 at work

and Offline security (because everyone else is)



 

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