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on: 08:52:19 PM 10/04/14
I need a free and reliable antivirus/antispyware program. Do any of you know of one that you could recommend to me?



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on: 12:29:07 AM 10/05/14
I used to use Avast! before I realized I was never getting any malicious shit for years on end and decided to fly blind.
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on: 12:31:42 AM 10/05/14
That's because you were still on dial-up, it would've taken you days to download any malware.



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on: 03:46:49 AM 10/05/14
Ziiiing!
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on: 04:22:20 AM 10/05/14
I've always used Malwarebytes, but it's detection and removal, not preventative. Meaning it won't stop you from acquiring malware, but does a decent job of removing it.

Not a fan of preventative anti-virus programs because I like having all of my computer's resources available whether I need them or not.
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on: 11:53:38 PM 10/22/14
Not sure if this is still an issue, nonetheless, If your using Windows Malwarebytes is a great choice.
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