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  Reply # 523658 20-Sep-2011 18:01
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im using AVG

and for my offline security..

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Reply # 523698 20-Sep-2011 19:25
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Two laptops and a desktop here, all running Microsoft Security Essentials for online security.

Offline security (except my gloves are red):

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  Reply # 523739 20-Sep-2011 20:28
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NONE... MAC OSX   (however tempted to get something...just not sure what and if I really need it)! 

Offline Security.... x1 Scooby Doo and x1 Elephant

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  Reply # 523743 20-Sep-2011 20:39
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Not using any AV because I LIVE ON THE EDGE!

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  Reply # 524361 22-Sep-2011 00:09
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Norton Internet Security 2011.

Thank you for the great Giveaway.

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  Reply # 524384 22-Sep-2011 07:35
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Kaspersky Internet Security 2010. I skipped 2011 after trying it as it seemed slow. I'm going to give 2012 a try soon once.

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