Security suite for Win 7 x64 bit

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by albsat, Aug 28, 2009.

  1. albsat

    albsat MDL Novice

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    Hello there,

    Is there any Security Suite compatible with Win 7 x64? I just found (maybe unknown) a suite named Bullguard which was x64 native for win 7.

    Any other option?

    thnx
     
  2. cozmo

    cozmo MDL Novice

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    Eset smart security for x64 is the best IMO but i guess it personal choice
     
  3. TeeCupp

    TeeCupp MDL Junior Member

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    Comodo CIS (firewall package) and Avast AV
     
  4. nailed

    nailed MDL Novice

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    I'm using Kaspersky Anti-Virus 8.0 Windows 7 Technical Preview and like it. It has a built-in firewall.
     
  5. mbg19

    mbg19 MDL Junior Member

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    Wow seriously guys? everybody should know that ESET is the best antivirus out there especially with MiNODlogin.
     
  6. msr

    msr MDL Senior Member

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    Kaspersky internet security works.
     
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  7. RCOO

    RCOO MDL Senior Member

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    Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 is the best .
     
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  8. snowflake

    snowflake MDL Novice

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    Symantec Endpoint Protection, of course. Works on 7 but not officially supported yet. Supported version is expected in September.
     
  9. MaddestMax

    MaddestMax MDL Novice

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    As my first post, I'm gonna go with Kaspersky Internet Security 2010! I've been a fan of Kaspersky for as long as I can remember. Not the most user friendly, but fantastic software. And that's my two cents. :)
     
  10. shadow_shd

    shadow_shd MDL Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I'm using Kaspersky Antivirus 9.0.0.463 (AKA KAV 2010) on 7 x64.

    My wife is using Avira on 7 x86.

    Best AVs are Kaspersky, Nod32, BitDefender.
    Forget about Norton, it's pure sh***.

    Avast can let some viruses install on your system. I've seen it on some of my customers PC.

    ++
     
  11. SoLoR

    SoLoR MDL Expert

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    MSE beta + windows firewall does job just fine...
     
  12. LimitsX

    LimitsX MDL Member

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    Eset nod32 64bit version and Anti-malware are the best combination ;) .

    Get those software, you should be safe :cool:
     
  13. HeadWalker

    HeadWalker MDL Senior Member

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    Nod32 forever!
    Who use it, never more will change to other.
     
  14. AzTec

    AzTec MDL Member

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    EsetNod, set and forget, what could be more simple - (with NodEnabler 3)
     
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  15. moladuran

    moladuran MDL Novice

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    NOD32 works...

    serials nod325.com
     
  16. albsat

    albsat MDL Novice

    Aug 5, 2009
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    Guys,

    I know these suites, but apart Eset x64 that some recommended and Bullguard that I found, the others like norton or kaspersky have a x86 engine.I hoped that there were other security suites x64 for our win 7 apart of these two.

    I have Avira Premium x86 on my win 7 and I am thinking for a x64 alternative. I will look at eset x64 version.
     
  17. Amun_Raa

    Amun_Raa MDL Novice

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    #17 Amun_Raa, Aug 29, 2009
    Last edited: Aug 29, 2009
    a very good antivirus program is from microsoft named "microsoft security essentials"... its gives in x86 or x64 version and it is very reliably... on my computer runs the windows-firewall and the antivirus-guard of microsoft security essentials x64... i can say that i'm very very contently...
     
  18. MrFerretKing

    MrFerretKing MDL Member

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    ^^ AV-Comparatives is pretty damn thorough with their testing - indifferent to vendors


    Eset, Avira, and Kaspersky is always in the top 5 in all their testing for the past year or so.

    Last year it was Avira on top
    This year, Kaspersky and Eset battling it out. Avira still best hit rate but got dinged with a few more false positives than the other 2.

    Can't go wrong with either 3.
    I personally use Avira because I am a reseller and get year subscriptions for about 10-12 bucks. Plus Avira proggy cracks get caught by Avira faster than Eset and Kaspersky.


    Mfk
     
  19. Voiture Lumiere

    Voiture Lumiere MDL Member

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    Using Avira free edition.
     
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