best PAID security package

  mark3986 22:00 07 May 2010

hi im just asking wots peoples opinions on the best paid for security package as im updating my computer to windows 7 64bit thank you

  Strawballs 22:07 07 May 2010

In the past I have been a big critic of Norton products after I had one of their earlier products but since I took part in the Norton 360 v4 trial I have been converted.

click here

  rdave13 22:13 07 May 2010

Freebies are best.
Windows 7 firewall Cotrol

Avast 5




Spybot S&D (from Safer Network site- only)

  rdave13 22:15 07 May 2010

Apology, didn't take note of your thread starting headline.
Please ignore my advice. Sorry.

  sunnystaines 22:17 07 May 2010

I too recommend Norton 360 v4

  mark3986 22:20 07 May 2010

rdave13 its ok il proberly be taking your advice because that norton is 39.99 for 1 licence and im updating mine and gfs computer so im not paying that twice for security its ridiculas

  rdave13 22:22 07 May 2010

Good to know Norton have got it right. McAfee are paying for it since their latest mistake.
If a buisiness then yes I'd agree for 'paid for' security.
At least there is someone to sue if the security fails?
If a home user then I disagree.

  Woolwell 22:44 07 May 2010

Kaspersky is pretty good. 3 user licence at £25.81 at Amazon maybe cheaper elsewhere.

  Strawballs 22:49 07 May 2010

click here This offer ends today but it is for £29:99 for a 3PC licence

  mark3986 23:14 07 May 2010

woolwell u got a link mate. strawballs i havnt got the money untill tomorrow thats well worth it tho thanks

  Strawballs 23:28 07 May 2010

I have used kaspersky but slowed system down a bit but that was an older version I can't say about latest might well be a lot better like Norton

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