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One company will focus on security and the other on information management, Symantec said.
A number of antivirus products caught all the malware the testing lab threw at it. But only a few were free. (And no, Microsoft alone isn't nearly good enough.)
McAfee's latest security products are here. Do you need them? It depends on how much you value convenience.
Potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) pack a nasty bite if left unchecked. The antivirus suite you already have may be able to catch and muzzle them.
BitDefender's latest suite delivers reliable Internet security with a minimum of fuss.
A single product, Norton Security, can be used across Windows, OS X, Android and iOS.
Antivirus products increase a computer's attack surface and may even lower operating system protections, a security researcher claims.
Offensive Security said the flaws could be used to gain full system access. Symantec is investigating the matter.
Bad design decisions could have enabled malware infections, researchers from CERT/CC said.