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    Default Internet Security AIO

    Hi im just curious if any of you guys have a small business and if you do what type of Internet security software do you use or if you could recommend any. Ive been looking at reviews on different sites and they sometimes have conflicting views on the products so if you know of any reliable sites i can visit please let me know.

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    I just use Microsoft security essentials on my desktop and laptop and have backup files on a linux file server which is connected to my network but blocked from the internet

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    Eset Smart Security, along with Super Antimaleware, Spybot S&D.

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    ^^ I'll second wainuitech. Eset, but I prefer Malwarebytes
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    wicked cheers for the fast responses im sure to check out Eset smart security, what do you guys think about av test site?

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    Not worth much to be honest, they're usually a highly restricted set of tests that don't always mean as much as real-world experience if you ask me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chilling_Silence View Post
    Not worth much to be honest, they're usually a highly restricted set of tests that don't always mean as much as real-world experience if you ask me.
    Not on G+, but +1 anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chilling_Silence View Post
    ^^ I'll second wainuitech. Eset, but I prefer Malwarebytes
    Whoops -- See what happens when trying to eat and type at the same time, while not knocking the coffee off the desk lol

    Edited: As for test sites, as Chill points out, not the same as real world usage / results.

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