Antivirus Reviews

TrustPort
$22.95 - $37.95 / year
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TrustPort
TrustPort Mobile Security is a virus scanner and app permission inspector that gives users powerful control over the security of their devices. Its call filtering can prevent unauthorized outbound calls and SMS messages, and the Premium upgrade fee is extremely reasonable.
Maggie Lawrance by Maggie Lawrance
Scanguard
$29.00 / year
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Scanguard
Scanguard is a newer antivirus suite with a powerful anti-malware engine and an impressive range of security features. But it has some problems. Most of its important security features are only available as separate add-on purchases, which are too expensive. I also had trouble with the customer support department when trying to access essential features which were supposedly included with my subscription. That said, if you’re just looking for an easy-to-use antivirus with powerful malware protection and a fast VPN, Scanguard is a decent choice. You can get up to 75% off the most expensive Scanguard plan, and there’s a 30-day money-back guarantee, so you can give the product a try and decide if it’s right for you.
Steven Feeney by Steven Feeney
Dr.Web
$8.53 - $36.60 / year
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Dr.Web
This smaller software developer offers two Windows antiviruses that—used alone or together—provide more than enough protection against both known viruses and zero-day threats.
Steven Feeney by Steven Feeney
Adaware
$36.00 - $39.99 / year
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Adaware
Adaware Total Security has really impressive features. Its price means it’s also good value for a large install base. Recommended!
Katarina Glamoslija by Katarina Glamoslija
Fortinet
FortiClient boasts more than enough features to serve as a functional and self-standing internet security solution independent of an Enterprise Management Server (EMS). Not only that, but I was impressed by its ease of use and functionality.
Sam Boyd by Sam Boyd
Comodo
$29.99 / year
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Comodo
Comodo produces some extremely capable antivirus and internet security tools for both free and paid users. There’s much more to these tools than nicely designed menus, and – besides the gamer mode – I was impressed by the platform’s seamless sandboxing and powerful features.
Katarina Glamoslija by Katarina Glamoslija
Zone Alarm
$19.95 - $35.95 / year
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Zone Alarm
I tested two of Zone Alarm’s leading Windows antivirus and internet security options and give both products an unreserved thumbs–up. The firewall and definition updating tools are outstanding (historical bit of information – Check Point invented the technology!), and the list of features in both products is so long that it would take a hacking prodigy to outsmart their cybersecurity protection features.
Maggie Lawrance by Maggie Lawrance
Quick Heal
$30.00 - $75.00 / year
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Quick Heal
Quick Heal Total Security complements multi-faceted scanning options with some exceptional internet security tools. Its support is outstanding and it’s also a good deal.
Katarina Glamoslija by Katarina Glamoslija
360 Total Security
$14.99 - $19.99 / year
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360 Total Security
You may not know that this antivirus protection uses the Avira and BitDefender engines—along with plenty of additional tools of its own. The basic solution is totally free and the only downside I could identify was the limited support options.
Katarina Glamoslija by Katarina Glamoslija
F-Prot
$29.00 - $299.00 / year
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F-Prot
F-Prot does one thing really well: protecting your computer against viruses. Although it’s missing internet security and zero-day capabilities, I thought that its competitive pricing, lightning-fast user interface, and stellar virus-hunting credentials make it a worthwhile purchase.
Katarina Glamoslija by Katarina Glamoslija