AVIRA is one of the best?

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Most of time malwarebytes is better of all, as antivirus softwares install their own crap as i may say,
I use malwarebytes, adwarecleaner and roguekiller which can kill praticly most of viruses and etc.
Unless using windows 7 which can turn your Svchost into cpu eating and that needs system restore.

oh i forgot to say also sometimes system restore is helpfull.


P.S. This is my personal opinion, someone is always using different software.[/quotemsg]

 

Robert Ban

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Usually most of us dont use antivirus, if virus comes and system goes bad , usually full system reinstall we do.

My opinion: I personally only use malwarebytes to scan here and there.

Well if you dont go to sketchy sites then you dont need antivirus right?
 

Robert Ban

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Most of time malwarebytes is better of all, as antivirus softwares install their own crap as i may say,
I use malwarebytes, adwarecleaner and roguekiller which can kill praticly most of viruses and etc.
Unless using windows 7 which can turn your Svchost into cpu eating and that needs system restore.

oh i forgot to say also sometimes system restore is helpfull.


P.S. This is my personal opinion, someone is always using different software.
 
Mar 11, 2018
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Thx a lot
uotemsg=20782516,0,1725087]


Most of time malwarebytes is better of all, as antivirus softwares install their own crap as i may say,
I use malwarebytes, adwarecleaner and roguekiller which can kill praticly most of viruses and etc.
Unless using windows 7 which can turn your Svchost into cpu eating and that needs system restore.

oh i forgot to say also sometimes system restore is helpfull.


P.S. This is my personal opinion, someone is always using different software.[/quotemsg]

 

Wolfshadw

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I would disagree with the "Most of us don't use anti-virus" comment. I would say many of us don't use paid-for anti-virus programs. I, for one, use a combination of Free Avira and Malwarebytes.

Anti-virus is set up for quick scans nightly and I'll run full scans of Avira and Malwarebytes every week or so.

-Wolf sends
 

SumTingW0ng

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Does Avira still heavily relies on signatures protection?
 
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