Can firewall, anti-rootkit and identity protection features convince us to pay for this antivirus software instead of using AVG Free?
The latest security report from AVG has suggested that cybercrime is increasingly targeting the careless "wetware" rather than the computer itself - with users' laissez faire attitude to security a major problem.
ExclusiveAnti-virus giant AVG has announced a major upgrade to its software, with the arrival of version 8.5 also bringing an update for the popular free version of its malware detection package.
AVG sees Microsoft struggling to implement and support its free anti-virus software - code-named Morro.
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?