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    Looking for a VIRUS Program that will protect my website.


    I'm ready to launch my website to the world and I'm looking for advice on an excellent virus program for free or even a yearly fee.

    I have a Dell PC and using Windows 7. I built my own social network website from scratch with Dreamweaver CS4.

    Any information and suggestions will greatly be appreciated.


    Thank you,
    Scott
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    Yes, antivirus.
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    Microsoft security essentials is free. I don't know how well any antivirus protects against website hacks though. I use eset NOD32 on my windows machine and I'm very happy with it.

    Also, if you're running your website on your W7 computer using IIS you may have problems with the built-in connection limit in workstation versions of windows.
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    yes, Microsoft Internet Security is free, you may also go for Mccafee antivirus also
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    I like Avast, despite it is really resource demanding on my machine. But I found a better response from Outpost Security Suite (Using free version). When I started using the paid version, I can't explain how good it was.

    But it may be improved, it's a killing machine but it may be certainly difficult to handle, you're advised.

    (Also it's cheap).
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    Microsoft Internet Security is Good, or McAfee antivirus is good.

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