I have been using this AV program for a month or so now along with over 100,000 others. It seems fine and will also work alongside any other AV program . It is free. Does anyone else here have any experience of it? Any Views? This is not spam, I have no connections with the program. ... 27 Mar 2010 22:09
Free Avira 10 Problems
I tried upgrading from the free version 9 to the new 10 version and received a message stating that "Entry Point not Found" in the title and that message body started out with "Procedure Entry Point?_Xbad(a)trl.................." goes on quite a bit. I am using Win2000Pro SP4 and updated on the MS site. Anyone else ... 25 Mar 2010 18:32
que faire pour mettre un anti-virus ? -- Salutations Mich�le ... 26 Mar 2010 10:20
Vote--> which is safer: Windows with all updates OR naked Linux?
Some misguided dude made this statement: ***************** whether Linux would be inherently more secure than Windows and whether--this is the point--it would require AV/ Firewall protection. I say yes, if and when (never) it ever got 90% market share like Windows. No, it would not need AV. No OS s... 28 Mar 2010 14:32
Avira version 10
From: Subj: <none> Hello, All! QUOTE: Company News Maximized security: Avira AntiVir Version 10 Tue, 23 March 2010 Version 10 of Avira AntiVir adds behaviour-based detection "ProActiv" to the proven IT security solution; introduces single-click malware removal Tettnang, 23 March 2010 � IT security exp... 26 Mar 2010 17:51
Seriously, has anybody ever seen a serious virus problem inWindows when using AV protection?
On Wed, 24 Mar 2010 06:15:07 -0400, RayLopez99 <raylopez88(a)gmail.com> wrote: only way a properly configured Windows machine can ever be infected by viruses or malware, namely, a zero-day attack? Unfortunately, zero-day attacks can be more like zero week/month attacks. Most of the systems I've had to clea... 26 Mar 2010 19:08
Seriously, has anybody ever seen a serious virus problem in Windowswhen using AV protection?
On 3/23/2010 2:49 PM, Peter Köhlmann wrote: Buffalo wrote: Peter K�hlmann wrote: RayLopez99 wrote: Seriously, has anybody seen--or even heard--of a serious virus (including rootkit or malware) problem in Windows when using commercial antivirus protection? Yes ... 26 Mar 2010 01:24
From: Subj: <none> Hello, All! Drweb is /REALLY/ slow using it's MS-DOS flavor. Anyone have a tip to speed it up? Volume in drive C is HDD_C Volume Serial Number is 0D1D-16F6 Directory of C:\123 .. <DIR> 08/01/03 15:46 ... <DIR> 08/01/03 15:46 DATA ... 23 Mar 2010 20:35
DRWeb @ MS-DOS
From: Subj: <none> Hello, All! I have a workstation on my network that runs MS-DOS 6.22 for it's OS. I know low level viral for MS-DOS is pretty much not done anymore. I'd still like a viral program for this workstation. Mcaffe, F-Prot have discontinued MS-DOS protection. The only MS-DOS support I coul... 23 Mar 2010 18:18
Seriously, has anybody ever seen a serious virus problem in Windows when using AV protection?
RayLopez99 wrote: OK fine. So somebody caught a nasty virus. Perhaps they did not have AV software, perhaps they accidentally clicked on a button that installed it. Lots of possibilities here, it proves nothing. Just one data point of a possibly stupid person, possibly negligent. People seem to ... 23 Mar 2010 17:07