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good anti-virus programme for my pc

(7 Posts)
Cha Wed 03-Aug-05 20:36:49

Have just been told by Norton that my subscription ends in a week. I can either pay £17 or £38 or £55 depending on what level of security I want. I do surf but don't visit (intentionally anyway) dodgy websites, I work from home so I need email to be good and safe (both ways) but generally am not a big user of my pc/the internet. What do you suggest?

Cha Fri 05-Aug-05 10:25:26

bump

TwinSetAndPearls Fri 05-Aug-05 17:01:40

I use panda, which I downloaded from the website for a trial after a mumsnet reccomendation. I have since bought paid for the download as I was so happy with it. Both anti virus and anti spyware.

Tinker Fri 05-Aug-05 17:04:05

Download grisoft - it's free and good.

Cha Sat 06-Aug-05 10:02:42

If it's free, what's the catch? I can't believe it can be as good as one that you pay for, or am I just being cynical? Or dumb even.

Tinker Sat 06-Aug-05 11:06:14

No catch. Just download it and try it.

Cha Sat 06-Aug-05 16:19:56

OK, will do. By the way, what is spyware? Images of trenchcoats and trilby hats come to mind but I think I am being trite...

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