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ThreatFire AntiVirus protects when others can't

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PCs are under constant attack from viruses, spyware and identity theft. Every day you hear about a new threat to your PC. They're coming faster than ever before, they're getting harder to stop and tra… Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
PCs are under constant attack from viruses, spyware and identity theft. Every day you hear about a new threat to your PC. They're coming faster than ever before, they're getting harder to stop and traditional antivirus products are not able to keep up.

Will your antivirus software catch the latest malware that just came out today? In most cases, no, because it simply does not know how to detect it yet. But ThreatFire's ActiveDefense technology does, and has proven to provide up to 243% more protection when combined with traditional AntiVirus products.
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#1
its free i use it with my avg internet security its great
#2
lol: "provide up to 243% more protection"
#3
dont knock it, its great, used it ages now. catches viruses on facebook that kapersky misses
#4
i might give this a try ....i got a facebook virus that got past my avast and ate my laptop basically ....friends are badgering me to go back to facebook but dont want a rerun of last time ...heres hopin!

Ta for the heads up heated
#5
Looks good! If you read reviews about the program then you'll find that people complain that ThreatFire slows down internet browsing and often quarantines legitimate applications (false positives). If you can cope with this, then it is an excellent program.
#6
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If you read reviews about the program then you'll find that people complain that ThreatFire slows down internet browsing


Yeh, I've installed it but I've noticed that Firefox hangs for about a second or so when going to pages using lots of flash/java etc. - but for extra protection I can put up with that. Heat added.
banned#7
AVG is good also to run with this.
#8
I can recommend avira on XP, indepentant tests have shown avira to be better than many paid solutions.

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