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Should You Pay For Antivirus Software ?



Should You Pay For Antivirus Software ?

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Do You Really Need to Pay for Antivirus Software? Do you really need antivirus? Is free antivirus any good? Which is better Free or Paid Antivirus? What is best Internet security software? There can be a lot of confusion when it comes to choosing whether to pay for Antivirus software or use there Free version of Antivirus software. We will answer all your questions about Antivirus software and whats right for you.

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  1. Anti virus programmes are a scam & these programmes can't find all viruses & most of these programme come with their own viruses.For someone who has been in the game for so long you must know what the best programme to use & you know these paid for Anti virus programmes are a scam.I know what to use & its none of this garbage.

  2. Hi Bri, I'm new with videocards, gpu's psu and all sort, much more of those that are internally arranged like anti viruses, OS and the step by step download and installation of supporting apps. For nvidea and my processor of sort. Bit confused what to use as an anti-virus and a safe site to download some. Can you help me mate? My apologies for the grammar l, greetings from philippines, Cheers mate. 🥂

    Edited: I just recently installed my Windows 10 Pro OS via USB Booth, just yesterday.

  3. I haven't used an AV in more than 10yrs. and haven't had anything happen to my system, as a result of a virus/infection or whatever their calllin' it these days. I realized that 1) There is absolutely not way of being anonymous online with an AV installed, as it's like a virtual 'SOS/Siren', announcing your online arrival. 2) Having an AV running on a machine is, about as 'safe'/healthy for your box, as you cuttin' off your foot and jumpin' in the ocean, to hand feed 100lbs a chum to a Tiger Shark frenzy. 3) The Virus, is LOOKING FOR ANTIVIRUS', if it's not in route to an acquired target. If you got a AV working, your machine is waving in Virus' like a runway worker does airplanes. And that's not even the bad stuff it's doin'.

  4. Hi Brian, Great video as always, thank you. I use Norton + Emsisoft anti malware + Adguard, but it's what you have said, it's MESELF the best anti virus / anti maleware. Take care & see ya.

  5. right, viruses are not anymore programmed by little school boys who feel bored while doing their afternoon homework. If you want to be 100% sure do not get into internet banking, do not visit strange websites, do not click on any exe file in your mailbox. And you are safe. Of course big innovative companies need to to protect themselves against industrial espionage. So do not connect your think tank with the internet at all. Problem solved. Mainly all this present spyware stuff comes with software updates from your OS manufacturer. No Antivirus Software can handle that. Have your private data on a second pc which is not connected with the internet. Otherwise there is no such thing as security on an internet terminal. We have to learn to live with that.

  6. Surprising that Windows Defender isn’t mentioned, it gets excellent scores in independent tests.
    WD + common sense is all I need on a home PC, plus a regular scan with Malwarebytes (or the Premium version running alongside WD).
    Avast, Bitdefender and most others have ALWAYS caused some issue or other over the years, tried just about everything in 30 years of IT experience.

  7. I have been switching antivirus from time to time, and I have used Comodo Internet Security, Sophos Free Antivirus, etc. Now I just use the built in Windows Defender as my Antivirus, plus Acronis Antiransomware.

    Ransomoff by Heilig Defense is a good Antiransomware program, and as far as I know, it blocks ransomware 100% (though I suspect it is like a Host Intrusion Prevention program, or else it would never have 100% detection), which means even if you encrypt your files on your own accord, like compressing them into a zip file, Ransomoff may alert you anyway (not sure if I am right about this, but assuming if I am right about it, you can just turn off Ransomoff protection when you encrypt your files, and turn it back on afterwards).

    Right now there are quite a good number of free antiransomware out there, Cybersight Ransomstopper is another free antiransomware software to try out.

  8. 🚩 I really need your help ! 😦😢 How to prevent a program / or malicious file that can not be deleted from continuing to work? I downloaded different software saying they could help me, but no .. Can CMD or Regedit help me?

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