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ESET NOD32 Antivirus 2019 (5 PCs/1-Year Product Key Card) EXPIRED

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Weird... I wonder where you are seeing those reviews, because all reviews I see about it, are pretty good... Not sure if I'm allowed to post the link here, but heck, let's risk it... Tomsguide review [tomsguide.com]
From your own link:

THE BAD
Slow initial disk scan
Not great at blocking targeted attacks

Proves my point Smilie
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Is this just antivirus or firewall also?
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Is this just antivirus or firewall also?
antivirus

"ESET Smart Security" adds FW and other useless add ons

I always just use NOD 32 and Windows Defender FW
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Great deal! using it for years best anti virus ever, great deal! Grab it if you do not have it already!
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Awesome deal. I generally stock up on these. Been using nod32 for years and love it. Super light and works really well.
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I bought one and it let me register 11 computers.... I wonder if it's an honor system key
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I used to use this like 20 years ago... Kept using it for a long while... But then started using some other free AVs for a while... Eventually moved to BitDefender Free, and then finally upgraded to the paid version again... I love both of these though. Definitely the best 2 I've ever used.

Getting a bit off topic, Kaspersky is really good too, but locks your whole system down. May be good for the less tech-savvy people, since it's less room to screw up, but for techies like me, it's a pain in the neck.
Sorry, but I wouldn't use Kapersky - https://www.reuters.com/article/u...SKBN1E62V4

I'm also going to look at where ESET is made...
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Listened to podcasts with security experts and basically stated windows defender is sufficient +/- additional malware protection
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Russian spyware
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This is like $4 on eBay.
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The last time in 10 years I had a virus crash my computer I was using this product...
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It's interesting how much opinions vary on antivirus. I have not used NOD32 for years, but it was the best antivirus experience I ever had. I tend to keep using my Vipre antivirus as I got a multi-pc/lifetime deal from this site years ago.

No matter what you decide to do, it seems to be wise to use uBlock Origin on your browsers and install the free Malwarebytes.
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Mark wants to know if it's safe to use Kaspersky antivirus software. Leo says that Kaspersky is a great AVS utility, but it has fallen under a cloud of concern because the Russians may have used the software as a spying tool. The US Gov't has banned the use of it as a result. So it's probably best to err on the side of caution and avoid it.

If you need an AVS, Leo recommends using Windows Defender. It's free and comes with Windows 10.

Heard this on the radio the other day.
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Mark wants to know if it's safe to use Kaspersky antivirus software. Leo says that Kaspersky is a great AVS utility, but it has fallen under a cloud of concern because the Russians may have used the software as a spying tool. The US Gov't has banned the use of it as a result. So it's probably best to err on the side of caution and avoid it.

If you need an AVS, Leo recommends using Windows Defender. It's free and comes with Windows 10.

Heard this on the radio the other day.
Here we go again. The most serious malware comes from leaked NSA code. So, if you want to defend against NSA code, use Kaspersky. If you want to defend against KGB code, use NSA-approved antivirus. It depends who your enemies are. I personally use Kaspersky.
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This is like $4 on eBay.
Those are not for resale keys intended for use outside of the United States. If you ever need anything from tech support they'll tell you to go fly a kite when they see what country your license key came from. One time I password locked my ESET settings and forgot the damn password. I couldn't uninstall ESET in order to move from nod32 to smart security. Without tech support I would've been reinstalling the whole OS. FWIW ESET support staff are great so I'll pay extra for access to them juuust in case.
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