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As others have mentioned, there aren't really any significant virus threats out there for home Linux users. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. I downloaded a trial version this morning and spent the rest of the day working on and off line. I hate it! weblink

This can cause features to be turned off by the user. Originally Posted by soumyabratapaul I am using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, and I want to know if it is perfectly safe to browse and download from the internet, on the Linux box? View Poll Results: what security suite do you use? Join Date Mar 2010 Location India Beans 8,149 DistroUbuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin Re: Does Linux requires an Antivirus/Internet Security Suite? https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-security-suite-recommendations.720594/

Thank you for the recommendation of ESET Security suite. Mitigating -- a fancy way of saying backups, or other kinds of disaster recovery. Shoya, Jun 11, 2008 #1 Sponsor HCD Joined: Oct 29, 2007 Messages: 495 Avast anti-virus (Free) - Zone Alarm (Free) - Superantispyware (Free).

Different programs catch things that others miss. I just went through a really awful spyware/malware episode that took over a week to get corrected (while running CA active). I do not require an antivirus or an internet security suite for protection? Say thanks by giving kudos.

I do not require an antivirus or an internet security suite for protection? I might be totally wrong here but I 'assume' that corporate users use paid suites more than free ones, and they can exert more pressure for a fast response to threats. Originally Posted by soumyabratapaul I am using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, and I want to know if it is perfectly safe to browse and download from the internet, on the Linux box? http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2693869/recommended-security-antivirus.html I believe in a multi-part strategy for computer security that is more than any one program.

System Security A True x64 Protection Suite :o ?Friends, As you all know, I use the Windows 7 Professional 64 bit. I do see that most suites improve with 'age', that is the next version seems to work better than the last. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Advertisement Shoya Thread Starter Joined: Nov 11, 2007 Messages: 10 Hi everyone and I apologize, before hand, for what I suspect is a Client Security is a Corporate version.

You may not vote on this poll Page 2 of 2 < 1 2 21 Dec 2012 #11 Layback Bear Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1 24,992 posts Northern Ohio AV and anti-spyware -- including getting a second opinion from a different engine. The scan rate is a little slow when doing a full computer scan but id say this only needs to be done once and it scans your computer all the time Thus far I've been happy with ESET on Vista x64, but it's flaky on Windows 7.

Perhaps that is the issue and not the security suite. have a peek at these guys However, it appears that the F-Secure Security suite offered by Charter is an adequate one that will protect us and not be a resource hog and slow us down. Also look at apparmor for profiling your applications and there privelege See below staring with Bodhi.Zazen overvie3w of Linux Security http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=510812 then here for AV information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux_malware https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Antivirus https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Linuxvirus http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/security Feel I don't know of any security suite that will do this for you.

ESET looks good; however, since I am not in the UK, I am unsure if I can actually purchase this one. Thanks again! For more information or to request a demo, please visit http://www.appsense.com/products/enterprise-security-suite. check over here Has anyone used either of these in a 64-bit environment, do they work well?

As dcstar pointed out, if you use files from only trusted sources, and know what you are doing while connecting to external sources and allowing access to your file-system, you will I look at 'security' as a matter of need and also the less 'intrusive' the better. I like using ones that have on-line resources.

My wife and I are wirelessly networked together.

Sure you can uninstall – sort of – but then it keeps issuing pop-ups making “great offers” for more stuff I do not want/need. Getting assistance is also of vital importance to me. Its OK- thats about all. I am somewhat cautious where I go on the internet, but my daughter uses hers and goes everywhere on the internet, and the wifes computer that is also used by the

Click here to join today! Regards, Golden My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Golden Mk. I've had problems, A/V's shutting off due to an attack in the past. this content Searched the documentation on how to 'sleep' the protection.

So, I need a program that will function well without slowing my system. It has been overtaken a bit lately by Norton IS09 and Kaspersky IS09, but the differences are marginal. Say thanks by giving kudos. Kaspersky - paid.

The information I received is: Charter Security Suite 9.01 build 105 F-Secure Anti-Virus 9.10 build 15261F-Secure Automatic Update Agent 8.25 build 3737F-Secure User Interface 9.01 build 5078 So, I'm Because I use a multi-tiered strategy for security, I feel safe using security software that may not get the highest rating on the latest "shootout" article in a magazine. Any advice or help given by me in this forum is voluntarily and to my best knowledge based on working with the products since 1997. Linux's major security issue is dopey users installing software from unverified sources, so take away the major security hole (humans) and Linux will almost be "perfectly safe".

I use Photoshop extensively; it is, as you probably already know, a major RAM hog. I am using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, and I want to know if it is perfectly safe to browse and download from the internet, on the Linux box? Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical Canonical Ltd. Microsoft Security Essentials (active) (free) Windows 7 built in Firewall (active) Malwarebytes Anti Malware Pro (active) (not free) Super Anti Spyware (on demand) (free) Filehippo Update Checker (on demand) (free) My

As for the program itself, scans are done in a reasonably fast fashion and a check with grc.com indicated that we were both operating in full stealth mode... Some issues with Zone Alarm and Vista - Comodo Firewall a good 2nd HCD, Jun 11, 2008 #2 TOGG Joined: Apr 2, 2002 Messages: 5,767 ESET Smart Security? ;http://www.eset.co.uk/smartsecurity/index.php No i am not a employee of Clamwin TechOutsider, Jun 13, 2008 #5 Shoya Thread Starter Joined: Nov 11, 2007 Messages: 10 Thanks for the suggestion. In my opinion, even if there is a better security suite available there is no one piece of software that is sufficient security for me.

Of-course, ESET has a download for the US. Direct contact for customers please check our homepage http://www.percomp.de 1 Likes Kerygma Aspirant ‎09-09-2011 05:59 AM Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Have a read up on staying safe online though. Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Security & Malware Removal > General Security > Computer problem?

I downloaded the “free trail” it immediately crashed my system. Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top mikisu Posts: 337 This post has been reported.

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