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#1
THIS thread again... I used the search function, the most recent one was locked.

We tried AVG, but it came with all this other crap. "Speed up your PC" type stuff... I don't want that. I want an antivirus that does just that and nothing else. I did take something from the last thread though: BitDefender Free. Trying it out now, looks very basic and just protects the system. I just ran a scan though and it detected my miner as a threat, but it didn't do anything about it. It didn't delete it, put it in quarantine, or even asked me what I wanted to do. It just said there were unresolved threats, what and where they are, and under the status column or whatever it said "blocked"...
 
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I Don't use any antivirus I don't need useless stuff running. I don't trust these American, Russian software. I remembered Kaspersky was the best.all of them are usable one month.
I just don't visit untrusty places on the internet anymore.
 
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#6
Just because it has something in the menu it doesn't mean it actuall yhas that installed. avast! Free is modular and while it shows "upsell" features in the interface, they are literally just a button that leads to "Buy" page. You can also strip it of most modules you don't need, leaving just essential protective modules.
 
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I have a lifetime license for Malwarebytes, I just use that and that only, I love it
 
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Windows Defender.
 
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Windows Defender with Malwarebytes Pro with lifetime license.
 

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#11
We tried AVG, but it came with all this other crap. "Speed up your PC" type stuff... I don't want that
honestly, i still use AVG, decent protection for free, all you have to do is clock on "X" on most advises, i was in your situation some months ago, then learned how to ignore that advise.

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#12
Windows Defender.
Windows Defender. If not Bitdefender Free.

Better than everything listed thus far in this thread according to third-party testers.

https://www.bitdefender.com/solutions/free.html
Windows Defender with Malwarebytes Pro with lifetime license.
Oh and just in case its for an older O/S

this little nugget of goodness
Still not on Windows 10? Fine, sighs Microsoft, here are its antivirus tools for Windows 7, 8.1
Redmond extends ATP to older builds, adds third-party links
 
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I agree with using Windows Defender. I use it on all my systems and have had no problems going all the way back to MSE (the predecessor to WD) on W7.

BTW, before anyone considers Kaspersky, while it is a good anti-malware solution, it will not come anywhere near any system I am responsible for.

Kaspersky Lab antivirus firm used by hundreds of thousands of Britons 'is controlled by Russian secret service'
US bans Kaspersky software from government agencies

While the "KGB trained" :eek: CEO's claims he knew nothing about it (plausible deniability?) may be true, there is just too much evidence showing something is going on. Since the firm is located in Moscow, it would be easy for Putin to "plant" Russian operatives in the company. So good program or not, they cannot be trusted.
 
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I agree with using Windows Defender. I use it on all my systems and have had no problems going all the way back to MSE (the predecessor to WD) on W7.

BTW, before anyone considers Kaspersky, while it is a good anti-malware solution, it will not come anywhere near any system I am responsible for.

Kaspersky Lab antivirus firm used by hundreds of thousands of Britons 'is controlled by Russian secret service'
US bans Kaspersky software from government agencies

While the "KGB trained" :eek: CEO's claims he knew nothing about it (plausible deniability?) may be true, there is just too much evidence showing something is going on. Since the firm is located in Moscow, it would be easy for Putin to "plant" Russian operatives in the company. So good program or not, they cannot be trusted.
Its why I run Bitdefender. Just as good as Kapersky but, Romanian instead of Russian.
 
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I have personally used Avast for like 10 years and I swear by it. Yes they have some nag menus now that pop up sometimes but you can customize what blades you want to install so you can just install the basic blade that does virus scanning if you want. However their web protection blade is VERY good. If the website is infected somehow, it will stop the connection to it at that point. It has saved me a few times.
 
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For free? Windows Defender does its work quite fine. Maybe add Malwarebytes for on-demand scanning.

On that note, though, how times change. A couple years ago you'd have to be insane to use only WD, now it's actually not a bad idea...
 
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On that note, though, how times change. A couple years ago you'd have to be insane to use only WD, now it's actually not a bad idea...
Then I was insane. As noted above, I used WD since before it was WD - as MSE (Microsoft Security Essentials) with W7. I stuck with WD in W8, and stayed with it in W10. And with no regrets, or infections.

WD got a bad rap for two reasons. (1) It didn't score as well as other programs in artificial lab testing. And (2) from bad publicity from MS bashers in the IT press and blogospere, and from the marketing departments of the competing products.

But because Microsoft does not make any money from WD, they don't need high simulated "real world" lab scores for advertising, publicity and marketing purposes. So Microsoft does not code WD to score well in those simulated tests. They just code it to protect users in the real real world. And surprise surprise, it does that well. Windows Defender users are NOT getting infected as the MS bashers and competing products would like us to believe.

Of course, regardless your primary scanner of choice, everyone should have a secondary scanner on hand, just to make sure the primary scanner, or the user did not let something slip by. And I agree adding Malwarebytes for on-demand scanning is great for that.

That said, even the best security defenses in the world are easily defeated if the user opens the door and lets the bad guy in. So it is incumbent on the user (always the weakest link in security) to keep their OS and security current, and to not be "click-happy" on unsolicited links, popups, attachments and downloads.
 
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Windows Defender with Malwarebytes Pro with lifetime license.

That's what I use too!!! Hey we should be buds! :D
 
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Surprised by all the windows defender recommendations. Wasn't it pretty terrible and ranked low in the av comparative tests? Has something changed in the past couple of years?
 
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Wasn't it pretty terrible and ranked low in the av comparative tests?
Please read my last post. It explains it.
 
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Surprised by all the windows defender recommendations. Wasn't it pretty terrible and ranked low in the av comparative tests? Has something changed in the past couple of years?
Well, these days WD doesn't score badly on AV tests. It's not reaching yet 100% all the time, but it's free, it's available on any computer with at least Windows 7 and some people can't be bothered to install antivirus software, so Microsoft probably has around 10 or 15% of the Windows market using Defender (I don't think anyone has data on that, except Microsoft, so it's just a guess). That gives them a lot of systems that send them feedback and suspicious files.
 
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Malwarebytes and Webroot SecureAnywhere.

Secure Anywhere isn't free, but I can usually get three one-year licences for $9.95 each, from sales at Newegg.
I buy three of them every year and that gives me good protection for up to nine PCs. (I usually have 6 or 7 running)
 
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