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You don't have to pay big bucks for internet security

Sometimes you need an antivirus that is free.

You spend hundreds of dollars for annual coverage to protect your computer from constant threats of hacking and viruses but at the same time you have to ask yourself, "Do I have to pay top dollar just to keep them bad boys out of my hard drive?"

Here is a list of Free and reasonably priced anti-virus applications that you can get and furthermore, some that are a bit cheaper than others:

Here is my list for you to take a look at:

1. http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2388652,00.asp

2. AVAST

3. ZONE ALARM

3. AVG TECHNOLOGIES

4. AVIRA

Good luck getting all the free anti-virus software out there!

I still use a product that I pay for. But sometimes it's good to know there are some products out there that can help you in a pinch!

Do not go online without protection!

For those who trust some other types of antivirus applications here is a list of the ones that cost money for full functionality for antivirus, email protection, cloud storage, utilities for running your system smoother, child protection, surfing protection, protection against spam, spyware, real time protection with 24/7 auto updates and more:

1. Symantec's Norton Security 2016

2. Norton Security Premium 2 years special offer


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Comments

MegL wrote on March 31, 2016, 7:00 AM

I have one of those on my pc and a different one of them on my laptop. I couldn't get on with zone alarm, it wouldn't let me run my LAN, with my pc and laptop sharing files

lookatdesktop wrote on March 31, 2016, 10:22 AM

I had issues with Zone Alarm back in the 90's. It sometimes found false positives.