Lol. There is not a all in one solution imo. Definitely get malwarebytes for malware and rootkits. Avast or bitdefender for everything else.
#5sarevokmbPosted 7/6/2014 7:52:14 PM
Microsoft Security Essentials works pretty well. I have yet to get a virus in the 3+ years that I've been using it, and neither have any of the people who I've installed it for.
I run MWB and SAS once or twice a month, and they have yet to pick up anything MSE has missed. --- GET YOUR TRIGGER ON! (This is my catch fraise) NNID: GokaiSilver
#6kbe2k2Posted 7/6/2014 9:28:03 PM
Bitdefender probably has the highest detection rates but Kaspersky is definitely a good choice too.
#7BannedMomPosted 7/6/2014 9:32:32 PM
Don't use MSE. It's really one of the worst now.
Any google search would say it sucks. --- I5-4440 - Asrock H81M - Zotac 750Ti - CM N200 = Future Emulation and Gaming Build @ 1600 x 900 PS3_PS2_PS1 Master.
#8DieForMotherLandPosted 7/6/2014 9:37:25 PM
Linux --- Deu > Colm > Volke > Rivis > Patty > Parn > Rennac > Lara
#9fataliPosted 7/6/2014 9:41:47 PM
Kaspersky have worked fine for me, I have it deploy on several companies. before I would get requests for support a few times each month because workers would get their machines infected, but since they started using kaspersky 3 years ago I have not had a single virus infection.
The great thing about it is that even if they try to do something that could infect the PC, it's blocked by kaspersky. --- Mystery is the source of all true science.