Don't-Miss Antivirus software Stories
Trend Micro's suite fails at the most basic task of detecting and blocking malicious software. Not recommended.
Webroot's first foray into security suites needs some work--and better malware detection--before it becomes worthy of consideration.
F-Secure's suite has decent detection and a clear, informative interface, but other security packages offer stronger protection.
Avira's security suite is a good choice for more-technical users who want the best detection but don't need phone support or parental controls.
The strong Norton security suite may cost a little more than some competitors, but it's easy to use and good at blocking malicious software.
BitDefender's security suite offers good protection for a great price if you're willing to put up with a few interface annoyances.
Using security software is more important than ever. Our tests of the latest all-in-one security suites show that good protection can shut down the nastiest viruses, spyware, and adware.
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Responsibility for faulty component under warranty clouded by third-party manufacturer.
A free but very limited and resource-heavy antivirus scanning tool.
A no-muss, no-fuss guide to free security tools that work together to protect your PC.
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Block known malicious Web sites from displaying in Firefox or Internet Explorer.