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51 products

  1. Norton 360 v4.0 review

    Norton 360 v4.0 review

    9  

    An anti-virus suite that does everything you could expect or want

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    AVG Internet Security 8.0 review

    AVG Internet Security 8.0 review

    9  

    AVG 8.0 includes all of the core elements you'd expect, including anti-virus, anti-spyware, firewall and anti-spam. Taking things up a notch, the suite now includes root-kit scanning, as well as instant messaging and Web surfing protection features. Is it enough to keep your PC protected?

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    CA Internet Security Suite Plus 2008 review

    CA Internet Security Suite Plus 2008 review

    6  

    Take one look at the box and you might think that Christmas has come early. Not only does CA Internet Security Suite Plus contain just about every type of security software you think you might need, it works on three PCs and promises to pay you up to £2,500 for any damage that’s caused through virus infection after it’s been installed.

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    Norton Internet Security 2007 review

    Norton Internet Security 2007 review

    8  

    Norton Internet Security 2007 offers a comprehensive range of features, in a familiar interface to other Norton products. After installing the software, you'll be required to activate it online.

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    Agnitum Outpost Security Suite Pro 2008 review

    Agnitum Outpost Security Suite Pro 2008 review

    9  

    Billed by Agnitum as “proactive protection for intelligent Internet users”, Outpost Security Suite Pro 2008 has been reworked to include all the tools required to ensure a high degree of safety

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    Norton Internet Security 2007 review

    Norton Internet Security 2007 review

    8  

    While most suites pile on as many features as they can, Symantec is going back to basics: anti-spam, parental controls, pop-up blocking and privacy protection are all available only in an add-on pack

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    Norton Internet Security 2007 review

    Norton Internet Security 2007 review

    8  

    Symantec's security products have attracted criticism for extending too many tentacles into their host systems. Complaints include causing conflicts with other applications, being overly large and cumbersome, and having parts that just don't work

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    Trend Micro Internet Security review

    Trend Micro Internet Security review

    8  

    If your laptop connects to the internet, then you need an online security suite. There are is ever-growing choice available offering the same sort of tools, ranging from antivirus, spam, spyware and phishing protection, to firewall, parental tools and even privacy protection.

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    Bullguard 8.0 review

    Bullguard 8.0 review

    9  

    Since the dawn of the Internet, security suites have been a necessary evil to fend off the growing threat of spyware, malware, viruses, crackers and spoofing.

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    SUPERAntiSpyware Professional review

    SUPERAntiSpyware Professional review

    9  

    The sophisticated nature of Internet security suites today means that you don't need a separate spyware scanner. At least, that's what the security vendors would like us to believe.

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