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Some security vendors, such as McAfee, did not make any serious upgrades to their 2011 version of security solutions. Unlike them, Trend Micro managed to greatly improve their 2011 security suites vs. 2010. To learn more and the improvements they brought, check out this comprehensive review.
Even though Microsoft Security Essentials 2.0 has been launched for a while, there are not that many reviews available. If you want read a good & comprehensive review… check this one out.
TrustPort is not exactly a well-known provider of security solutions. At least not in the consumer space. This review tests in detail their latest offering. Apparently, their security solution is very good. Definitely worthy of competing with the big names such as Norton, Kaspersky, etc.
If you are interested to learn more about the 2011 version of Internet Security provided by G Data, check out this review.
Autumn is the season when most vendors of security solutions release new versions. The Romanian provider – BitDefender – makes no exception. They recently released their 2011 versions which bring plenty of improvement vs. their 2010 editions. If you want to know what changes BitDefender Internet Security 2011 brings and how good it fares, check out this thorough review.
The team from 7 Tutorials has reviewed also the most recent security offering from Bullguard. It’s called BullGuard Internet Security 9.0 and it seems to be a solution which provides excellent ease of use.
Looking for some virus protection for your Ubuntu install? Linux viruses are rare, but they do exist. If you want a really great virus scanner for Ubuntu, look no further than ClamAV. Read on to learn how to install and configure it.
If you want to get rid of Spyware, you want SUPERAntiSpyware Portable. It’s what the folks at How-To Geek use, and you should seriously put this into your toolkit. You can read the full review and screenshot tour over at How-To Geek, or just download it from the link below.