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While Check Point's ZoneAlarm security suite is a reasonably solid protector, it may drag down your PC’s operations.
Panda's security suite is a decent choice for keeping your PC safe, but its sluggish performance and mediocre interface drag down its score.
McAfee's 2012 security suite posts mixed performance results, failing to keep up with top contenders.
Avast's latest security suite is effective in defending against malware, but it could stand to improve in cleanup.
G Data's security suite is one of the best defenders we’ve ever seen, and it takes the top spot among this year's crop despite a rough interface.
These all-in-one defenders can block baddies, tackle Trojans, and drop-kick drive-by downloads. We test the top contenders.
Avast Software has launched a free Android security product that combines antivirus, anti-theft and firewall components and provides special features for rooted...
ZoneAlarm Free Firewall 2012 gives good protection against hackers, but we'd like it better if it protected against Web-based exploits as well.
Gpg4win is an easy-to-use installer for setting up powerful email and file encryption on your system.
In a sea of mobile security apps, Trend Micro’s features put it at the top of the pack.
Just because you run a business doesn't mean you need to spend a fortune on security software. These free security apps can keep your PCs secure and your budget intact.
Managing a network can be tricky and confusing. These utilities can help.
This attractive router is simple to set up and offers plenty of features that both consumers and small businesses need.
Keypad PIN entry along with AES 256-bit hardware encryption make this flash drive a solid choice for keeping data protected on the go.
The IronKey Personal S200 secure flash drive uses hardware encryption, eliminating the need to run software on a PC and put your data at potential risk.