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Windows 7: Virus Checker ?

16 Sep 2010   #21


And when you come to the realization that you just aren't safe with any AV then you could have a look at much more robust security measures.

An imaging app should be foremost followed by using apps like Sandboxie, Defensewall, Returnil, Shadow Defender, Spy Shelter, Online Armour.....

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