$29.00 - $299.00 / yearRead Review
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.
$8.99 - $39.99 / yearRead Review
NANO Antivirus Pro combines a slick user interface with lots of great, detailed customization options. Combine this with powerful antivirus protection, and you’ve got yourself a solid product. There aren’t as many features here as there are with other top antiviruses like Norton 360 or Kaspersky, but for the price, NANO Antivirus Pro is a great deal.
$14.00 - $28.00 / yearRead Review
For a very low annual subscription price, REVE provides real-time antivirus protection with several scan types and a decent reporting module. The powerful anti-theft protection can be triggered by a trusted number or the online dashboard. Support is also extremely responsive. I don’t think it’s better than something more established than Norton or Bitdefender, and it leaves a lot to be desired in terms of features, but it’s still a decent antivirus.
$29.95 - $49.95 / yearRead Review
The world’s first antivirus software still offers plenty of bang for the buck, including an enormous array of scanning options and some great bells and whistles in Internet Security.
Immunet doesn’t provide show-stopping antivirus capabilities, but it does offer a basic level of protection that can be expected for the price (nothing). It’s exceptionally lightweight and includes some nice cloud-based malware detection technology.
$19.99 - $44.99 / yearRead Review
Sometimes, less is more—and this newcomer to the Windows antivirus market proves it. Intrusta doesn’t have much more than a three-mode virus scanner, but its detection rates appear to be good and it’s a well-packaged tool. The product is backed up by a thirty-day money-back guarantee and their commitment to customer support is outstanding.
APUS’ antivirus app hasn’t been put through independent benchmarking, but this free tool includes some nice privacy-protection and junk-removal features. I would recommend this app as it provides some helpful additions to a primary Android antivirus.
$14.70 - $29.40 / yearRead Review
VBA32 provides comprehensive protection for workstation endpoints. The program uses both definition and behavior-based scanning methods to detect and remove threats in real-time and provides a command line environment for advanced administrators. This is a great choice for the enterprise market.
$29.90 / yearRead Review
CleanMaster really impressed for its comprehensive junk-removal abilities. Even better, it’s surprisingly light on advertising. Recommended for anyone wanting to keep their Android running lean and fast.
$69.99 - $99.99 / yearRead Review
Windows Defender comes pre-installed on all PCs, and for a free antivirus, it’s not bad. It’s definitely not the best free antivirus (there are better), but it’s OK if you’re not doing anything important on your Windows machine. That said, it’s still a free antivirus. It doesn’t get updated often, doesn’t provide advanced protection against most malware threats, and has no accountability — you can’t complain to Microsoft if your PC gets hacked. I do not now and have never trusted Windows Defender to keep my computer secure. I recommend that most people don’t deal with the frustrations and risks of a free antivirus (especially one which comes pre-installed), and instead opt for a low-cost premium antivirus like Norton 360.