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$829.99 $795.75 list($909.00)
81. Symantec AntiVirus Small Business
$12.99 list($69.99)
82. Norton AntiVirus 7.0
$94.95 $29.87 list($99.95)
83. Norton SystemWorks 2004 Professional
$6.31 list($9.99)
84. Zone Alarm Pro
$19.99 $11.99
85. Internet Child Protection
$17.99 $5.00 list($19.99)
86. Zero Ads 2004
list($49.99)
87. McAfee VirusScan 7.0 / McAfee
$29.28 list($29.99)
88. Fix It 5.0
$27.99 $23.56 list($29.99)
89. Panda TruPrevent Personal 2005
$539.99 $530.15 list($591.00)
90. Symantec Client Security Small
$24.99 list($69.99)
91. Panda Platinum Internet Security
$5.00 list($49.99)
92. McAfee VirusScan 2004 V8.0
$749.99 $589.95 list($799.99)
93. Norton Systemworks 2005 Premier
$4.98 list($49.99)
94. VirusScan Home Edition 7.0
$79.99 $36.49 list($99.99)
95. Norton AntiVirus Professional
$10.99 list($39.95)
96. PC-cillin 2002
$34.99 $27.95 list($39.95)
97. PC Protection Pack 2
$5.69 list($9.99)
98. Dr Solomon's Anti-Virus (Jewel
$19.99 $18.88
99. SpyCleaner Gold
$22.99 $22.79 list($29.99)
100. Stomp SpyWare X-terminator

81. Symantec AntiVirus Small Business 9.0 - 25 User
list price: $909.00
our price: $829.99
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Asin: B00022KIHQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Sales Rank: 1577
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Features

  • Powerful, easy-to-manage protection for small businesses
  • Automatically removes viruses, worms, and Trojan horses
  • Detects certain non-virus threats, including spyware and adware
  • Provides automatic and on-demand security updates
  • Centralizes installation, configuration, and maintenance

82. Norton AntiVirus 7.0
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B000050NQJ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Sales Rank: 1362
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

With new computer viruses appearing on the Internet and being featuredin the news almost every day, it pays to protect your Mac from unwelcomeinfections. Not only does Norton AntiVirus 7.0 protect your computer from macroviruses (the most common form of virus on the Macintosh), but it even monitorsfor virus-like activity indicating that you could have a virus.

If you suspect that a virus has already infected your Mac, you can start up fromthe Norton CD and scan your computer before you even install the software.Installation is simple, and only requires you to select a level of protectionfrom "No Protection," if you prefer to scan for viruses manually, to "FullProtection," which will scan all programs, files, and e-mail attachmentswhenever you download or use them.

If you already use Norton Utilities6.0, then installation of Norton AntiVirus 7.0 will even add an AntiVirusbutton to the Norton Utilities main control screen. Another advantage of NortonAntiVirus 7.0 is the LiveUpdate feature. This allows you to check for updates tothe Norton AntiVirus 7.0 application and virus definitions with a single click,or to specify times to check automatically when you are online.

Once you have scanned all the files and applications on your hard drive thefirst time, checking for viruses on new files that you download is so fast thatyou hardly notice it happening. In all, Norton AntiVirus 7.0 provides a user- friendly and extremely powerful way of keeping your Mac virus-free andprotected. --Daniel Jardine ... Read more

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars NAV 7.0 Offers Good Protection for Macs
"Norton AntiVirus 7.0" by Symantec offers Mac users good protection from most "known" computer viruses, not just the "macro" viruses which did infect some Macintosh systems before Microsoft made a patch available to MS Word users late last year. (Be sure to use the "Word Count" feature on any "old" MS Word files that were created prior to using NAV 7.0, or after installing the MS Word patch, when using NAV 6.0.)

While NAV 7.0 offers the same LiveUpdate feature as NAV 6.0, I have found that this dial-up feature, (which your modem can access directly or through an ISP with the Apple Remote Access control panel enabled), seems to download new virus definitions somewhat less often than the previous version, or about once a month. However, when I have used my browser to access the relevant area on the Symantec website, I seem to be able to "update" virus definitions, libraries, and vir.scan.dat files more often.

The NAV 7.0 "live updates" take less time than do the NAV 6.0 ones, and the anti-virus detection goes on in the background. The few times I have received "warnings" have been when I was installing software (without disabling this anti-virus application) or otherwise making some modification of a setting on the System folder. NAV 7.0 interfaces very well with Mac OS 9.1 and OS 9.04. (I hope it interfaces with Mac OS X.)

This software is also part of Norton SystemWorks 1.0, so if you purchase that application software you do not need to buy NAV 7.0 separately, (although I did so because I bought SystemWorks 1.0 later). In SystemWorks 1.0, there are separate buttons for NAV 7.0 and LiveUpdate, as well as for Norton DiskDoctor; Speed Disk; FileSaver, UnErase, and Volume Recover, (which I had had to disable with Mac OS 9.0 and OS 9.04, but now these last three features work fine with Mac OS 9.1). If you suspect an infection of your hard disk, you can restart your Mac by using the CD-ROM as your start-up disk, while holding down "c" on your keyboard. Be sure to disable any password protection first.

In this separate version of NAV 7.0, the LiveUpdate is part of the application. (If you click on the "Apple" and read "About Norton AntiVirus," you can see this summary: the creation date of your "Current Norton AntiVirus Defs file"; the creation date of your Current Norton AntiVirus Library file"; the creation date and versions of the current vir.scan.dat files; and the creation date of your Current Norton AntiVirus Macro Scan Lib file. This information helps you to keep up your anti-virus LiveUpdates when you choose not to have regularly scheduled ones set in your Preferences.

The Preferences for NAV 7.0 are excellent. You can customize those areas that you wish to protect, and you can perform a manual scan at any time. You can turn on and off "Auto Protect." The Scan/Repair Preference is excellent--you can choose several levels of auto repair, from minor to major fixes. A complete report is created which you can save and print. You can set both General and Custom Preferences to reflect the level of protection you want. As well, you can perform preventive actions, and decide how you wish to be alerted, and for how long, if a potential virus or virus-like activity is detected on your computer.

I recommend Norton AntiVirus 7.0 highly. You can use any e-mail application, internet browser, and online service with peace of mind, knowing that you have this software protection. In addition, I recommend that you obtain and install Norton Personal Firewall 1.0 (Macintosh) by Symantec to insure even more protection for the files on your Macintosh computer.
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83. Norton SystemWorks 2004 Professional
list price: $99.95
our price: $94.95
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Asin: B0000C8Y0V
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Sales Rank: 1995
Average Customer Review: 1.65 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Norton Utilities optimizes your PC¿s performance and solves computer problems
  • Norton Password Manager keeps your passwords secure and easy to manage
  • Norton GoBack Personal Edition restores your PC after a serious problem
  • Norton CleanSweep removes unwanted programs and files that waste disk space
  • Norton Ghost protects your data from computer disasters

Reviews (20)

2-0 out of 5 stars Slowed the system too much.
I used Norton Systemworks 2001 on my old laptop with Windows 1998. Considering the laptop was second-hand when I bought it in March 2000, had 2GB hard-drive, 40mb RAM and a Pentium 133MHz processor - I gave the credit to Norton for making it last until February of this year. And even then, it was the screen that went on it. I bought a new laptop shortly afterwards, and as I had so much sucess with Norton Systemworks 2001, I thought I would treat myself to the latest version, and bought Norton Systemworks Pro 2004. I had no problem installing the software, and enjoyed seeing familar features like the one-button check-up. However, I noticed a considerable decrease in performance on my laptop (Inspiron 8600) after the installation. It seemed to take twice as long to start-up and shut-down, and programs took longer to load. DVDs etc. did not seem to run as smoothly, and the computer seemed to revert to a lower spec in terms of it's overall performance - which was not my intention at all. I made a mistake by not reading reviews prior to purchasing the product, and being blinded by my experiences of previous Norton products. I have since uninstalled the software (I encountered no problems here either) and asked for a refund from Symantec. I am pleased to say that the computer's performance has returned to normal. Perhaps Norton should go back to the drawing-board here - and rather than try and adapt their software to Windows XP and higher spec systems, completely start from scratch. I think that after reading most of these reviews, a change of name for this product might be the best thing for Norton's reputation!

1-0 out of 5 stars Save your time and money. Buy something else!
This is the single worst software purchase I have ever made. I bought Norton 2004 Professional because of Norton's reputation and a good mail-in-rebate offer. After following all pre-installation instructions, the software crashed during installation. After following all uninstall/reinstall instructions, same problem. After following all Symantec online tech support instructions, same problem. After emailing Symantec for support (and changing so many settings on my computer that I'm pretty sure its even more vulnerable than before I started), same problem. BTW, Symantec says it will respond w/in 48 hours, more like 4 to 8 days per correspondence. I have now spent way more time than any rebate is worth, still don't have protection and Symantec wants to charge me about $40 to actually talk to a support person by phone. Lastly, after giving up on the disc software I purchased, I downloaded the trial version. It worked great. Only problem, the product code I paid for can't be used to activate the trial software. (Why? Because that's Symantec's policy, that's why.) So, I'm stuck with a trial version that expires in 15 days, but I can't activate it without paying for the software twice. HORRIBLE! AVOID AT ALL COSTS!

3-0 out of 5 stars Use only GoBack and Ghost, disregard the rest.
I have not used Systemworks Pro since version 2002 (and I will never again, it bogs down any PC and the system utilities have messed up my PC way too many times), however I am a very happy user of GoBack 3 De-Luxe and Ghost 2002.
I purchased Goback before Roxio sold it to Symantec, so mine still has the Roxio/Adaptec user interface, but hopefully has not been able to mess it up in just a couple of months.

I would say: if you like to have a tuned-up working PC (and that should be the reason that pushes one to shop for Systemworks, your best bet is probably to became proficient with Goback and Ghost included in Systemworks and forget about any system cleaning/tuning utilities.

Ghost will allow you to create a copy of your system (hopefully at a time when it is working fine) that can be reinstalled in a matter of minutes (or hours, depending on size).
Goback allows to goback to the past to undo the bad effects of an installation or anything wrong.
It is similar to the system restore that is part of Windows XP or Me, but a lot more powerful (after going back you can still recover specific files from the "future" that you might want to keep, or if Windows ain't booting, no problem: Goback Deluxe kicks in before the Bios looks for an OS, so just press the space bar when prompted by GoBack and pick the time to go back to.

This is a Duo that keep your system running forever, but you need to learn how to use them properly (Disclaimers, Inc.).

Important: my suggestion is to use only Ghost and Goback out of Systemworks, so it takes some tinkering with the installation, and a lot of disabling services and options after the installation, to try to limit the PC paralysis induced by a default Norton installation and to avoid being harassed by the stupid Norton Protected Recycled bin, clean sweeper, windoctor, big brother or whatever else they are called, another option is to get standalone versions of Ghost and Goback, or even better to download free 15 day trials from Symantec, test them out, license them if you like them.

1-0 out of 5 stars Sucks big time
What a disappointment! I was *very* happy with Norton's Sytemworks 2003 - it worked really smoothly and transparently. My subscription was ending so I thought I'd upgrade to 2004. BIG mistake. It completely gummed up my otherwise zippy system. Everything slowed to a crawl, from start up down even to ordinary text editing. I have no idea what it was doing, but I'd type something and the cursor was in some sort of time warp, about three centuries behind. Navigation through a document was even worse: click click click click the damned thing was still stuck and then would zoom off to some other place. Apparently this was because Norton was busy checking something or the other. The guys at Norton must understand one thing: too much paranoia just leads to inefficiency. If you're going to spend all your time checking for viruses, you don't get work done. Good security software leaps in when it's needed. This one assumes that the user is a totally dumb ass and therefore needs Norton's chastity belt; so what if his work goes downt the tube? It's the virus that counts, not the work, right? Wrong. Avoid this like the plague. Stick with 2003. And I just HATE the activation thing. I've been religiously buying their products and I find this totally demeaning. Get a life, ladies.

1-0 out of 5 stars Long time Norton user, and unsatisfied NSW 2004 customer
I have to agree with the reviews listed here. I've used Symantec products for over 10 years, this version stinks. Very large, slow running programs, plenty of General Protection Faults and it destroyed my standard Microsoft Solitaire (SOL.exe) game. Something bad has happened with the 2004 versions, I'm sending it back and trying to re-install NAV 2003. ... Read more


84. Zone Alarm Pro
list price: $9.99
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Asin: B000068U68
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Broderbund
Sales Rank: 2290
Average Customer Review: 2.82 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Protect your PC against dangerous viruses, malicious hackers, intrusive cookies, and the annoyance of unwanted Internet ads with ZoneAlarm Pro 3. This complete security solution provides solid protection around the clock--even for "always on" DSL and cable modem connections.

Stay protected more easily than ever with the new quick-start tutorial and program wizards. Pinpoint and map the origin of would-be intrusions with new, advanced hacker tracking. Free yourself from annoying Internet ads with new, customizable ad blocking. Shield your system from intrusive cookies with powerful new cookie control. Make smart security decisions with the help of the new Security Advisor feature. Prevent e-mail-borne viruses from spreading with enhanced MailSafe protection, which guards against 46 types of suspicious attachments. ... Read more

Reviews (45)

3-0 out of 5 stars Mild improvement over the free version
Zone Alarm Pro (ZAPro) 3.0 offers mainly 5 things that the freeware Zone Alarm doesn't: (1) port configuration for each application, (2) cookie control, (3) ad banner blocking, (4) blocking of "mobile code" (i.e. scripts, applets, etc.), (5) "quarantining" of 46 e-mail attachment types.

No. (1) is probably the most noteworthy security addition, but its usefulness depends on the programs you run. It lets you explicitly specifies which TCP or UDP port(s) an application can or cannot use. In the free version, you can only allow an application to use either all or none of the ports (which, admittedly, is good enough for most applications). Some users may find it useful to allow certain ports, while also disallow other ones, that an application can use. For instance, if you run a mail server that offers POP3 and SMTP services, you may want to enable port 110 and 25 while disabling port 143, which is normally for IMAP service that is not always used by mail servers. Also, port configurations must be associated with an application. There is no "global" port configurations available in ZAPro. You are not able to configure a port for all applications. Before you can configure ports, you must add the application to the program list.

(2) and (4) are content-control features that let you control acceptance of cookies and active content. It lets you accept or refuse temporary or permanent cookies, and enable or disable "mobile code" -- scripts, embedded objects, and MIME-type integrated objects. One major plus is you can configure these settings for EACH WEB SITE, which is something you can't do in most browsers. For example, you can enable permanent cookies only for those web sites that require them to function properly; you can disable mobile code for sites that may use harmful scripts; you can set different cookie expiration times for different sites; and so on. There is a "site list" that shows the settings of every site. Every time you go to a new web site, its domain name appears on the site list, so you can modify its settings on the fly. Best of all, even third-party sites appear on the site list, which is useful in dealing with third-party advertising sites that force their way into your browsers (often in the form of pop-up ads).

Some reviewers wrote that ZAPro's ad-blocking feature doesn't work all the time, and pop-up ads are not often blocked. The truth is that advertisers use a variety of ways to create pop-up ads, and I suspect ZAPro's ad-blocking feature cannot catch them all. Some web pages use scripts to create pop-up ads, and you need to disable mobile code in ZAPro in order to block them. Some use cookies to "tell" the web page when to create pop-up ads, and you need to disable cookies. Therefore, you really need to configure DIFFERENT settings for different web sites in ZAPro to deal with them. As mentioned in the last paragraph, this is exactly what ZAPro lets you do.

ZAPro also has the so-called Advanced Mailsafe feature that "quarantines" e-mail attachments. Don't be fooled; this is a useless feature. All it does is RENAME the file extension of the attachments. An e-mail attachment named SETUP.EXE would be renamed to SETUP.ZLn (where n would be from 0 to 9). The problem is obvious: to truly prevent viruses coming out of an e-mail attachment, you need a VIRUS SCANNER. And ZAPro isn't one. Simply renaming the file doesn't solve the problem. Also, after the file is renamed, you are not told what the original file extension was, and you have to open up the ZA log to find out, which is inconvenient. This is poorly designed, poorly implemented feature.

Speaking of the ZA logs, be sure to back them up and read them regularly. They are text files that can be renamed to CSV files so you can import them to a worksheet or database for easier viewing. From the logs, find out which of your ports were probed most frequently, which ones were not probed AT ALL (perhaps ZAPro didn't detect any probe because the ports were WIDE OPEN!), which originating IP addresses have probed your machine the most often, etc. My logs from the last five months show that among the 4000-plus probes detected by ZAPro (which comes to about 20 a day), TCP port 1433 were probed 3000-plus times! (Port 1433 is normally used by Microsoft SQL Server. I do have a MS SQL Server, but it's behind the firewall and invisible from the internet. Also, the popular firewall-testing web site grc.com DOESN'T check port 1433.)

My conclusion is the ZAPro's additional feature are a mixed bag, and they don't justify the additional price.

One last thing is that even though the system requirements don't explicitly say so, ZA and ZAPro do run on Windows 95 (I tested it on OSR2).

1-0 out of 5 stars Zone Alarm = HEADACHE, AGGRAVATION AND WASTED TIME AND $$$!!
Downloading and installing zone alarm was THE WORST mistake I've made since owning my computer!

Immediately upon attempting to install this product my computer shut, restarted, then shut down again. My computer repeatedly continued to do so until I paid a skilled tech to come over and attempt to fix the problem. He was able to get my computer operating again but my access to the internet via cable modem timed out after about 8 minutes. The only way to re-access the internet was to completely reboot, but my internet access still continued to time out after 8 minutes. My internet provider believed the problem was not with my internet access, but with my computer. After uninstalling this zone alarm piece of junk and uninstalling my other anti-virus software, the issue was still not resolved.

In the end I had to do a complete system restore on my computer. Right now I have, (12 hours and $100+ dollars later),
finally gotten my computer back to normal (almost).

Based on previous reviews and my techs analysis, there was a conflict with Zone Alarm and my already installed anti-virus software that was not resolved by uninstalling Zone Alarm. Apparently "uninstall" doesn't mean "COMPLETELY uninstall" Zone Alarm.

This product is worse than any virus I've ever encountered. If you decide to install it after these reviews, then caveat emptor (even if it is free) and heaven help you!

1-0 out of 5 stars latest version is a bomb
I used to love zone alarm. I first used the free version, then upgraded to ZA Plus. Program worked beautifully, no problems at all. Then came the notice that ZAPlus was being discontinued, and the company was providing a free upgrade to the latest version of ZA Pro. Like an idiot, I downloaded it, and have nothing but problems since doing so: very slow boot-up and shut-down, system hangs and crashes --ZA Pro even temporarily disabled my AV e-mail scan. Some advice for prospective zone alarm customers: DO NOT USE THE LATEST VERSION OF THIS PROGRAM (v.5) It is filled with bugs, and ZA tech support is not being of much help. (They advise you to uninstall and go back to a previous version, or disable various other programs to see if there's a compatibility issue. Don't know about you, but I have better things to do with my leisure time)

It's really a shame. ZA used to be one of the best firewalls around.

1-0 out of 5 stars It is a piece of rubbish, Do NOT buy.
ZoneAlarm has gone from being one of the best Windows Firewalls on the market to quite possibly the worst. If you are lucky it will serve you well. If you are unlucky you will find it buggy, and want to uninstall it ; that's when your life will become miserable. The uninstall procedure is completely broken. Zone Labs document an extremely complicated way of uninstalling it manually, involving deleting dozens of system files manually and editing the registry. This procedure is not something the average user will want to contemplate doing. Even after following this procedure many people, including highly qualified and vastly experienced computer professionals, are left with partially or wholly crippled PCs, their only recourse being to wipe the hard drive and reinstall Windows and all of their software from scratch. Do NOT buy Zone Alarm, it is utter garbage. A much better idea is to buy a hardware based firewall/router.

5-0 out of 5 stars Never had any problems. Works great.
A nice package.
I have never had any problems, not like some of the other folks that have written a product review.

The program installed fine.

Setup was easy.

Automatic updates made life with zone alarm a breeze.

Great for computer neophytes, as it installs and sets itself up quite easily.

Good product, in my experiences with it. ... Read more


85. Internet Child Protection
list price: $19.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0006JI3C2
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Cosmi
Sales Rank: 6044
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Features

  • Give children the safest Internet experience possible - Block online access during specific times, filter profanity, restrict downloads and set surf-time limits
  • Customizable parent settings restricts chat room and Web access, while blocking keywords related to nudity, violence or drugs
  • Panic Button technology alerts parents when their children are viewing threatening content, with a loud alarm and evidence capturing
  • Online tracking monitors your child's online activities when you're away - record Web and user addresses, dates and times

86. Zero Ads 2004
list price: $19.99
our price: $17.99
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Asin: B0001MBCHW
Catlog: Software
Publisher: FBM Software
Sales Rank: 6258
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Stops annoying pop-ups and pop-under ads
  • Blocks distracting flash and spyware-generated ads
  • Eliminates bandwidth-eating banner ads
  • Destroys cookies that track your surfing habits
  • Increases internet surfing speeds

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Extremely Effective and comprehensive ad blocker
Zeroads is excellent software. I have tried nearly every ad blocking and pop-up blocking software on the market before I settled on this one. Most ad and pop up blockers are limited to a few types of ads or only pop-ups. Zeroads uses low level network packet sniffing technology based on Microsoft's Layered Service Provider protocol to interercept and modify ad content before it gets to the computer. The result it that it blocks pop-ups, flash ads, gif ads, cookies, and nearly every other form of adware. The block lists are automatically updated weekly by the software. The installation is simple, the user interface is attractive and well designed, and the model is set it and forget it as everything is automated. Web surfing with Zeroads is not only "cleaner" but generally much faster. This program is addictive and I always run it on my laptop.

As a software developer I think an important factor to note is that the layered software protocol is a widely abused system protocol by many software companies and malware. Any search on McAffee forums, or Oracle both of which have software components that use the same protocol have had customers that have experienced incompatability with other Layered Software Protocol applications. Spyware and Malware such as webhancer often use this protocol both incorrectly and maliciously. The result it that when two such applications interact users can experience a severed net connection unless the offending application is removed. Zeroads does do a good job of detecting incompatabile LSP's and even alerting the user as to spyware that may have affected their network connection. Also I found FBM software's 24/7 tech support to be responsive and helpfull.

This program is an essential net surfing tool and I highly recommend it.

1-0 out of 5 stars It kept ruining my internet connection
I downloaded it from Amazon and from the beginning I had problems. I had windows 2000 at the time. Well I downloaded it and immediatly it destroyed my connection and couldn't get back on the internet for weeks. I removed it and was done with it. Well I upgraded to Windows XP and I tried downloading again but with a different type of internet connection. Well first off it is really hard to figure out, so someone who isn't technically savvy would have a really hard time deciding how to set everything at. And if I were to leave my computer sit just for a couple of minutes I would be thrown offline (this was due to Zero ads because when I removed it, I didn't have the problem anymore). Plus it didn't even block the ads it was awful, don't waste your time and money. I'm still searching for something that actually works and I haven't been able to find anything. ... Read more


87. McAfee VirusScan 7.0 / McAfee QuickClean 3.0
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00006IW50
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: McAfee
Sales Rank: 4030
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Stop viruses and keep your PC safe with McAfee VirusScan. VirusScan includes extra firewall protection to keep your computer safe when you're connected to the Internet. VirusScan destroys threats at all entry points to your PC, including e-mail and synchronization with your PDA. It constantly monitors and stops virus-like activity on your computer to prevent any new threats from spreading.

Protect your privacy and get rid of Web and e-mail clutter with McAfee QuickClean. QuickClean technology identifies and removes files that accumulate when surfing, including cookies, e-mail, downloads, history--data that contains personal information about you. It protects your privacy by shredding the identification data that collects on your computer. McAfee QuickClean also removes unwanted programs completely to keep your PC running at peak performance. Specify the files you want to eliminate and wipe away the clutter without deleting essential information.

This bundle includes full versions of McAfee VirusScan 7.0 and McAfee QuickClean 3.0. ... Read more

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Big mistake
I had McAfee version 7 on my computer for one year. I updated to Version 8 according to their instructions and have had nothing but problems since.

Their technical support is all but non existent. Now I can't delete the software. It has an insert disk box popping up everytime the computer resarts, their shredder option has disappeared, I'm getting runtime script errors and I keep getting booted of my internet connection.

Their only technical support is through email, chat or $2.95 aminute on the phone. I have gotten no where with the first two options. I can't afford to spend $2.95 a minute on the third option.

They have apretty goood racket going. They sell you the product, don't take responsibility for it and then want to charge you to fix what they messed up.

1-0 out of 5 stars Never, never buy McAfee
The support is the worst you could ever concieveably imagine. The product is average, but it is the support that really makes this a one star. Imagine how much effort gets put into creating software if they're this lousy at communication.

1-0 out of 5 stars Just Trouble
I installed McAfee Virus Scan and developed intermittent problems with other software. It also occasionally prevented the printer from working and disabled Cookie Cop. I have since used AVG (free program) and Norton AntiVirus with no problems.

McAfee's support was terrible.

1-0 out of 5 stars DON'T BUY THIS
I'm on my second day of trying to get this installed. It's the WORST experience I've ever had with software. It caused my computer to crash several times. First time I installed the Home Edition didn't appear. I had to uninstall/reinstall. Then the Firewall didn't appear. Had to do same thing. Then...on and on.

5-0 out of 5 stars Mcafee virusScan professional edition 7.0
I has used it very good. It's protect to your computer against virus, spamkiller and everything... I love to spent it for a long time in my computer... Thank you for your McAfee virusScan and Amazon to introduction this production to everyone to install computer to protect them... ... Read more


88. Fix It 5.0
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B0000A0S2K
Catlog: Software
Publisher: V-Communications
Sales Rank: 1179
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Complete package of utilities to optimize your system's performance
  • Finds and prevents problems before they occur, and provides easy, schedulable maintenance
  • DiskCleaner and DiskFixer regain wasted disk space and repair hard disk problems
  • FixWizards provide simple, one-step processes to handle all regular maintenance tasks
  • VirusScanner Pro helps protect your PC from a wide range of viruses

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Better than that other suite
I'm extreamly pleased with Fix-it Utilities. I once purchased norton system utilities and I returned it the next day, V-com fix-it utilities actually does what norton said it would. I think the regestry utilities included are great. The reg cleaner, defragger worked well, and didnt cause any system errors like other products I've tried. I haven't switched to the antivirus from the product I use now, but even without the antivirus this suite of utilities is a bargain.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Good program
This is and excellent program but for money I would go for the systemsuite. It is the same with a lot more features, options and six trial programs for about the same price. I'm the proud owner of both programs and I highly recommend both.

5-0 out of 5 stars Better than Norton
This program offers all of the features offered by Systemworks (anti-virus, disk defrag, windows maintenance, etc.), but has a Registry Fixer that catches registry errors that Systemworks misses (there are literally hundreds of them). It then lists them as green, yellow and red (depernding upon how critical they may be to your system) so that you can decide which to delete. It also offers a Registry Defrag feature (unavailable on Norton), to optimize registry performance. These two features alone justify the cost of the product.

While it does offer anti-virus protection, it does not include a firewall, anti-spam or spyware blocking. For these features, the best program is PC-cillin Internet Security 2004.

5-0 out of 5 stars A good product, however.
Personally I'd go the extra few bucks and buy the upgraded product from this company, their Systemsuite 5.0

It's easier than upgrading later.

5-0 out of 5 stars Much, much better than ....
I switched from the leading utility when a) they started to charge for anti-virus signature updates, and 2) the auto-update stopped working with no fixes available. The latter was, of course, critically important,especially since my children were not able to download updates manually. (Of course, it has always been possible to get the latest anti-virus signatures without the fee if you knew the trick, but I really resented the extra fee. It began to feel like buying their software was paying to get the right to pay more, and more, and more... )

The Fix-It utilities are much better. The defragmentation module is very fast, as is the disk integrity check. These are the most commonly run tasks.

In addition the Powerdesk utility included (and also sold separately)has itself won several awards for being superior to the Windows Explorer. The dual pane window makes moving files much easier and the preview pane is enormously helpful when file name are not sufficiently descriptive.

Highly recommended! ... Read more


89. Panda TruPrevent Personal 2005
list price: $29.99
our price: $27.99
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Asin: B00070MML8
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Panda Software
Sales Rank: 1813
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Features

  • Does not require previous knowledge of a threat in order to stop it.
  • Works in conjunction with any competitor's antivirus products.
  • Added layer of protection that your current products will not catch in time.

90. Symantec Client Security Small Business 2.0 - 10 User
list price: $591.00
our price: $539.99
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Asin: B00022KII0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Sales Rank: 8915
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Features

  • Powerful, multi-layer security in one easy-to-manage solution
  • Up-to-date protection against viruses, hackers, and blended threats
  • Cutting-edge firewall protection and intrusion detection
  • Centralized management tools facilitate automatic, timely protection
  • Updates and professional support whenever new threats emerge

91. Panda Platinum Internet Security
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B0002PE14E
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Global Marketing Partners
Sales Rank: 5228
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Features

  • Complete security solution for businesses and professionals
  • Protects against viruses, hackers, spam, spyware, and more
  • Intelligent protection against unknown viruses and intruders
  • Web content filtering; immediate automatic updates
  • Tech support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year

92. McAfee VirusScan 2004 V8.0
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0000CG45D
Catlog: Software
Publisher: McAfee
Sales Rank: 880
Average Customer Review: 3.17 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Protects your PC, files, and email address book
  • Defense against high-risk, productivity-killing viruses, worms, and trojans
  • Automatically checks for virus updates and software updates
  • Email and instant message scanning; automatic junk-email blocker
  • Automatically scans and cleans your PC

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars BUYER BEWARE
If you had asked me how good this product had been for the past several years (or maybe decade), I would have rated it at 5 stars simply because I had never encountered a virus to begin with and it never game me problems conflicting with other software, UNTIL.......
I had a "worm" (Zafi) infection on 6/13/04 with an up to date engine and this peice of crap didn't pick it up. McAfee's website said one needs an engine no loder than 6/14/04!!! That's 3 days after the worm had spread and infected my system already. The worm didn't allow me to run and install an update so I used McAfee's stinger to locate and disinfect the system (for that, I'm thankful). When I attempted to reinstall Mcafee ver.8, I got the message that a newer version is installed on my system already but I can no longer locate it to delete. I went over their site and took step-by-step to manually uninstall. Did all of that and the software still wouldn't install. I contacted their chat support. A total nightmare. 2 hours chatting with tech who's probably helping (or should I say wasting other people's time) and giving me total generic answers that don't even pertain to my peoblem. That's total BS and fraud to sell software that couldn't do what it was supposed to do (i.e. protect me from a worm because their engine required to detect it was not up to date till 3 days later), then the software I paid 40$ for to last me 1 year (and only had for 3 months), I can no longer reinstall on my machine and all their tech support can do is to tell me to defrag and do clean install when I had way beoyend that to clean every trace of the old software to no avail. What a shame. Wish I was an attorney with the time needed to pursue this. I'm sure there are others like me facing this situation as I type this. For those giving this one 5 stars, wait till you get infected with a virus or a worm with an up to date engine that proves useless then try to get the software up after the worm disables it and find out you can no longer reinstall because the disk keeps seeing a ghost newer version when nothing exits and no customer support. Hope will have better luck with Norton. I'll be shopping for a new virus scan software tomorrow. Hope this helps. I'm mad.
6/23/04 Bought the Zonealarm Security suite and so far have been satisfied with it. It's a new release and I could only find it at their website.

5-0 out of 5 stars McAfee does a great JOB
I have a gateway computer, and my computer was having problems with some worm i got. Anyways, they told me that I needed to get norton, funny thing was, I already had there free trial, that was suppose to work for 90days, I tried the free trial at McAfee, and my computer started to work...I guess norton does work but it is so much more. McAfee does exactly the same thing as Norton with the only difference being $$$$. After a week I bought McAfee Internet Security suite. That is the best protection I have ever had!

5-0 out of 5 stars McAfee A#1
After having Norton av 2004 crashing my 2 year old Dell it was time to finally get rid of Norton. I decided to give McAfee 8.0 a chance regardless of other negative reviews that I had read about it. I have to say that I am very pleased with this product. It installed with no problem and I don't have any annoying pop-up's that other people are writing about. I am glad I switched from the over-priced poor performing Norton av. NORTON IS THE VIRUS !!!

1-0 out of 5 stars McAfee sent back
I've been using AVG Anti Virus for several months. I was told that Mc Afee was better. So I decided to upgrade to the better product. This is the first product I've paid for that hit me with advertisements. Then every time I boot I have screens that let me know I don't have other Mc Afee products installed. The system check told me of I was not safe as I did not have some of the products installed. The last straw was when they sent my rebate back for no UPC code enclosed, a bold lie. This was the last straw. I'm now back to the free AVG Anti virus. They have updates almost daily way more than Mc Afee, my system runs faster, I don't look at "nag" screens, and I'm virus free. This time the free product is better. Keep your money and let you computer run better! They don't make it easy to get your money back.

2-0 out of 5 stars Cranky piece of software
As a long time Norton AntiVirus user, I switched to McAfee VirusScan about four months ago. Big, big mistake. Does it stop viruses, worms, and trojans? Yea, when the software is working. Unlike Norton AntiVirus, McAfee VirusScan is prone to script errors and all sorts of the other little bugs. This renders your PC unable to scan your files. As an example, if you change your date format from the typical mm/dd/yyyy format, McAfee goes crazy. It doesn't work. From what I can tell, McAfee must use Internet Explorer as its framework or something. Very annoying.

Well, then I started getting more script errors that were supposedly related to Microsoft's task scheduler. After finding that all of McAfee's FAQs on the subject didn't help, I tried talking with McAfee's chat support. I could tell that the poor guy on the other end was justing cutting and pasting potentional solutions. I kept telling him that I had already tried all his suggestions, but he couldn't take the hint. After a while, he wanted me to check with Microsoft support for help. Talk about passing the buck. And have you ever tried to get support from Microsoft? Yea, right.

So I ended up deleting McAfee VirusScan from my PC. I went back to Norton AntiVirus 2004 this week and feel much more secure now. Seriously. I don't know why I tried switching in the first place. Norton always worked like a charm. I'm sticking with Norton AntiVirus from now on. ... Read more


93. Norton Systemworks 2005 Premier - 10 Pack
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B0002TVUM6
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
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94. VirusScan Home Edition 7.0
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00006J3FM
Catlog: Software
Publisher: McAfee
Sales Rank: 1875
Average Customer Review: 2.59 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

McAfee VirusScan 7.0 protects your PC against a wide range of viruses, Trojan horses, and other rogue programs. With so many viruses being transmitted by e-mail, you absolutely need an antivirus program to protect your PC and, more importantly, your data.

McAfee VirusScan 7.0 installs easily from the CD-ROM and immediately checks your PC for any viruses that may already have infected it. As soon as you connect to the Internet it downloads the latest updates to ensure you are up-to-date with all the newest virus signatures.

To enable it to work effectively, McAfee VirusScan 7.0 operates on many levels. The new Hostile Activity Watch Kernel (HAWK) constantly monitors your PC for viruslike activity and integrates well with many different e-mail clients. The VShield feature runs constantly in the background, checking files as you open them. Even if you choose to disable VShield, the program still protects Microsoft Office files by checking them before you open them.

Another common way hackers infect PCs is by using scripts in e-mails. McAfee VirusScan 7.0 works well here, too, by looking for suspicious behavior in scripts such as those trying to open, write, or delete files. Anything suspect is stopped immediately.

For users running Win 98, 98 SE, and Me only there is a Safe & Sound function that makes copies of your documents and keeps them safe in case they get damaged by data corruption or virus activity. Note that this does not work on Windows 2000 and XP.

Some of the latest viruses can stop antivirus programs from working properly once they have infected a machine. If you suspect this has occurred, you can boot your PC directly from the McAfee VirusScan 7.0 installation CD-ROM, ensuring a clean environment for it to work in. You can also create a boot floppy to do the same thing.

Like the other products in McAfee's security range, McAfee VirusScan 7.0 uses Instant Updater, which constantly checks for product updates and automatically downloads these when you are online. Of course, any antivirus product is only as good as its ability to stop viruses from infecting your system. Happily, McAfee VirusScan 7.0 has been given a 100% rating by Virus Bulletin (although this assumes you do keep your product up-to-date with Instant Updater).

McAfee VirusScan 7.0 is a worthy update, and existing users will appreciate the improved security this release offers. --Iain Laskey, Amazon.co.uk ... Read more

Reviews (105)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent combination of Anti-Virus and Firewall!
I have used VirusScan 5.21 together with Black Ice Defender firewall without any problems other than significant slowing down of the system at times. I purchased VirusScan 6.0 but decided not to install it given the large number of problems reported on this webpage. Having read the favorable comments on VirusScan 7.0, I decided to purchase it (free with the special offers at the time from McAfee and Amazon.com)and give it a try.
The results are amazing! I have not had my computer (a 450 mhz- "slow" these days!)operate so well since I purchased it four years ago! Absolutely everything runs extremely well, with no slowdown of anything whatsoever!
The amount of information McAfee provides with respect to all aspects of what is happening all of the time is astounding! Installation is very, very easy- no problems at all! I very highly recommend it and appreciate having customer reviews on this website!

1-0 out of 5 stars DANGEROUS PRODUCT
This product is dangerous. It is designed to give information. The McAfee company is also deceptive both in it's advertisements for the sales of this product and on it's support site.

Examples: McAfee Instant Updater. Claimed by McAfee to have been "debugged" from the previous version 6. NOT SO! If the user chooses to configure the Updater to automatically update, then any answer given to user on new, available DATs will most likely be false. AND once the Updater has been configured in this way, it will ALWAYS malfuntion, even if the user reconfigures to manually update at a later date.

What is the big deal? How can you tell if new DATS are there when the Instant Updater cannot now tell you the "truth"??? The vast majority of the time, it will tell the user that you are "updated" when in fact you are NOT.

AND McAfee has claimed this problem was fixed, so how is the new and/or loyal user to know it was NOT? Hint: dig very deeply into ALL of the text files for the info McAfee provides you.

To fix: You must now configure to manually update. The Instant Updater will appear to check for you anyhow, but you cannot trust it's function anymore. Click to manually check for new DATS manually. It is not difficult, but it must be done daily.

Example of information loss: The Firewall looks to be mostly splash and more of a help to marketers on the Net. Why? The program deliberately unblocks essential programs to release information packets, including data from emails, to Internet marketers. The most notable and worrisome is the ICMP blocking option. McAfee claims it is blocked by default.

NOT TRUE!!! It must be continuously manually checked and set to block. It must be checked throughout the entire online session. It "unblocks" itself when the user chooses to merely look at network activity on the cute splash screen. And it releases more packets of information.

The user cannot choose to look at the logged warnings--the ICMP blocks will be lifted again--something that should not happen. The user cannot visit sites such as IMDB and other large Internet business without again, configured blocks such as the ICMP miraculously "unblocking" themselves again.

When the user chooses to "save log" of the warnings and alerts, which INCLUDE the binary codes sent out, and any reconfiguration that has been done--again; McAfee unblocks specific safety nets to release even THIS information not only to itself, but to others, including Internet marketing information companies.

The blocks lift again when users type in passwords to specific large and commercial sites. It lifts again when the site's emails are opened.

Example: when a "SYN" port attack occurs, McAfee will block, BUT will also display a vibrant warning with the encouragement to trace---you do this, your vital blocks will be dropped again.

They should not be lifting for these reasons!! And there is no warning at all to the user. Except for the fun little log listing that when the user clicks to look at . . . lifts the blocks again!

The ONLY reason for the ping blocking programs to be lifted is when the user utilizes the "trace" system. Of course, the user must be aware that their ICMP is not going to go back up.

This is not a virus problem, people. And it's not a buggy program. McAfee is not a stupid company.

Tech support and site problems: VERY bad and deliberately so. Designed for optimum encouragement to buy.

Example: "MyDoom" virus. Users had to go to the McAfee site to download DATS and STINGER. Of course, this was correct because of the specifics of the virus. HOWEVER, when the user tried to click on the "DATs" link, he was brought directly to a new, huge and brightly colored page advertising McAfee's latest Antivirus Package. At an incredible cost.

This happened over and over several times, during which time, non-stop pop-ups appeared screaming warnings about the user's pc system being in danger without additional protection by affiliated companies.

The "re-up" subscription was doubled in price from the time of purchase. Company rights? Sure. The timing? Superb.

When users tried to access for help online, they were blocked, knocked offline, given obviously auto-generated "chats" for a short period of time before being "accidently" disconnected.

Emails were not answered for weeks, and then not without threats of action.

Callers who tried to call company numbers to express very real worries and concerns were put on hold indefinately and hung up on.

This company is a disgrace. They are overt thieves. Their programs are NOT sloppily written. Any user should not let themselves be told by McAfee or even a buddy that they really do not understand software and that they are at fault.

This dinosaur of a programmer knows a program design when she sees one.

If you want to be lulled by a cheaper priced-company who uses the useless and out-dated word "user-friendly" as a encouragement to buy . . .

If you want to be forced to pick up the phone and pay almost $3.oo a minute to tech support . .

If you want to loose private information from your very own well-configured Firewall, with McAfee's sanctions, and then be bullied and frightened into believing that YOU are at fault for not being knowlegable . . .

Then by all means, this is absolutely the product for you. It is the ultimate in American marketing skills.

My advice? Go with Norton. They've been around for decades doing professional work with far more applause from professionals and give truly legitimate awards. Always check out who gives any company their "Award-Winning" reviews.

Watch how fast I'm booted.

1-0 out of 5 stars Buy McAfee and get pestered with their own promo pop-ups
Life with McAfee is hell. Eleven months after you buy the product, the software starts to generate pop-ups which advertise their promotions. These pop-ups are impossible to disable. Think of the worst spam you've ever had. This is worse. Don't touch this prodct.

1-0 out of 5 stars McAfee VirusScan and Firewall similar to shareware
I really regret discontinuing my Norton service in exchange for the cheaper McAfee. I'm encouraged to see the thoughtful comments of so many more sophisticated users echoing the same thoughts I have about this product. I find it very, very depressing to buy a retail product loaded with pop ups and "partner advistements" penetrating the fire wall. This has been a regretful experience couple with lots of frustration. Pay a few dollars more and stay away from this product.

1-0 out of 5 stars Avoid this junk at all cost !
Cons: You can't repair it, you can't remove it, and the tech support stinks.

Pros: It looks pretty and takes up lots of disk space. The CD disk makes for a nice dog toy and the box is good for small bits of rubish and perhaps as another dog toy.

Giving this a rating of one star is generous, infact I feel they should be giving me a few stars back in exchange for this worthless junk. Avoid this mess at all costs !! ... Read more


95. Norton AntiVirus Professional & Personal Firewall 2004 Bundle
list price: $99.99
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B0000DBIHV
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Sales Rank: 3910
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • AntiVirus and Personal Firewall for advanced protection and solid defense
  • Norton AntiVirus protects email, instant messages, and other files
  • Norton Personal Firewall keeps hackers out and personal data in
  • Expanded threat detection alerts you to hacking programs like spyware
  • Advanced tools for data recovery and secure file deletion

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Buggy and tech support is virtually non-existent.
Buggy buggy buggy! On one computer, I can only get NPF to load on 1/3 of all boots (warm or cold). On my other computer, the central (yet separate) updating program -- Symantec LiveUpdate -- automatically CHANGES its connectivity options ITSELF nearly every day, which causes the "LiveUpdate settings" to become "corrupt," making updating either NPF or NAV impossible unless. . . .

One goes through a cumbersome process of scanning the entire hard drive(s) for LiveUpdate's configuration settings, removes them manually, goes to the control panel to reconfigure NEW settings, and then reboots. This works (temporarily) to fix the problem, but it takes about 10 minutes. Do that 10-12 times per week, and you can imagine the frustration factor.

Periodically, this "quick" fix fails, and I have to go through a bizarrely convoluted "uninstall" process for Symantec LiveUpdate. This LENGTHY process is outlined in a "repair" document that, when the screen type is set to "smallest," requires 6 (SIX) pages of paper to describe and about 45 minutes to actually execute.

When that "repair" no longer works, Symantec tech "support" suggests uninstalling and reinstalling everything (that's their solution to nearly every problem -- they seem to have next to zero troubleshooting expertise or, perhaps, zero WILL to help), a process that can take as long as an hour and a half, depending on your CPU clock speed.

I've mentioned the near-uselessness of their email "tech" support. Frankly, I see no "tech" in their "support." Invariably, one is directed to one of a gazillion lengthy online documents that spells out a time-consuming process to keep the customer running in circles, only to find, ultimately, that there is NO way to fix the problem other than UNINSTALLING everything (remember, there are three components here -- NPF, NAV, and LiveUpdate) and then reinstalling ALL THREE. A 1.5 hour process, at least, as I noted above.

I'm completely fed up with Symantec, especially with their repeated "apologies for any inconvenience. . . ." What? "Any" inconvenience? How about the very REAL and repeatedly tangible wastes of time caused not only by buggy software but by their inability and/or unwillingness to actually troubleshoot an issue or fix the bugs in their software rather than simply playing their default "uninstall and reinstall" card. If they truly were sorry, they'd fix the software rather than directing the customer to "keep. . . running" (hat tip to Ralph Ellison).

I'm no programmer, but even I could give that "techincal support advice" (I use the terms loosely). I have no alternative software solutions to suggest, but I strongly warn users to avoid this software like the plague that it is.

Ironically, the anti-virus software works like a charm (it has intercepted dozens of viral emails), and the firewall is impressive in its capabilities and has been excellent. But the inability to keep the products updated because of unauthorized software auto-reconfigurations and subsequent file corruptions thereby, added to the dozens of hours needed to keep that update component functioning properly have made this software and Symantec's lack of useful tech support infuriating.

Update to Symantec 2005?
Not while I'm alive. . . .

4-0 out of 5 stars It's great if you keep it updated...
We use this at work and it is by far the best antivirus program out there. At home, I use the Macintosh version. The best I can say is that there are so many virii on the Window's platform you'd be silly not to have something like this installed. If you're tired of virii, worms, trojans, spyware, etc..., there is another solution. Get a Mac. The piece of mind you get knowing that the operating system is nearly impossible to infect or crack outweighs the tiny learning curve in switching to a different operating system. How many virii have I gotten at my Mac at home in the last 6 months? Zero. How many at work? At least one a week via email. Even our CIO (Information officer) is putting in a proposal as I write this to migrate the entire server and desktop system to the Mac OS X platform, and we're a fortune 500 company. The money saved alone in downtime from systems getting infected (if you can't work, you can't produce!), more than pays for the minor expense of making the switch. NAV is good. But unless you keep your virus definitions up to date, you're asking for a heap of trouble. And how many users really take the time to update their definitions even when the program prompts them to do so? I can count them on one hand. ... Read more


96. PC-cillin 2002
list price: $39.95
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Asin: B000066BV2
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Trend Micro
Sales Rank: 2284
Average Customer Review: 3.86 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Powerful, unobtrusive, and very easy to use, Trend Micro's popular PC-cillin 2002 is an all-inclusive virus and hacker defense system. If you regularly or even occasionally connect to shared sources such as a LAN, the Internet, or e-mail, PC-cillin will help keep your system safe from external attacks.

The program installs in less than a minute and conveniently organizes its many components in a single half-screen control panel. Accessed from the system tray, PC-cillin allows you to manually analyze and immunize drives and folders, or schedule a series of ongoing investigations. It creates a personal firewall to protect against hackers and other invaders, and automatically scans incoming e-mail for harmful attachments. It detects and cleans any Trojan horses that may already be present on your system, and cloaks your computer from future Trojans. It also keeps your surfing safe by guarding against malicious, interactive applets.

Contrary to its title, PC-cillin is not just for your desktop computer. Every time you connect a PDA, the included PC-cillin for Wireless utility will scan that, too. The program also offers a Web filter to block access to certain Internet sites, although it doesn't allow you to set general parameters for barricading a given category of sites. Instead, you must type each individual URL into a provided field.

It should be noted that even the most powerful antivirus software is potentially susceptible to new, undefined viruses. In this respect, PC-cillin operates on a "what they do" rather than "how they are written" concept, targeting viruses by tendencies rather than by recognized coding. Furthermore, the program keeps itself fresh and upgraded by systematically checking the Trend Micro Web site for new information.

In our tests, PC-cillin did not negatively impact performance, nor did it perplex us with multiple interfaces or unexpected operations. For a hassle-free arsenal of antivirus defense mechanisms, PC-cillin 2002 is a worthy choice. --Gordon Goble ... Read more

Reviews (14)

2-0 out of 5 stars Works but messes up my email
The product works pretty good at preventing infections but has problems. I never had a problem with viruses while I was using it, but it changed my email POP3 settings every time my computer was turned on, preventing me from getting email. The only way I could get email was to go in and manually change the settings back, a real chore. PC-cillin support was no help with preventing the need for this. When I stopped using PC-cillin I changed to another anti-virus program and it is able to protect me without messing up my email settings. The support staff told me to download the "international" version, which seemed to cause me all kinds of problems. It went downhill from there with just one problem after another until I gave up and decided to switch to another vendor. PC-cillin was very hard to remove from my computer. It's one of those products that even when you "uninstall" leaves stuff on your computer that interferes with a clean new install. I had to get support to help me and they were reluctant to help me and it seemed to be followed up with a virus attack.

3-0 out of 5 stars excellent protection, bad browsing compatiblity
I got this product with my Asus M/B. I also got PC cillin 2000 with my old Asus M/B which I used until I got Norton Works 2002 at which point my HD was wiped clean by the A-hole virus(don't know the real name) Now with my new M/B I will only use PC Cillin despite it's lack of support for certain websites(many official ones), such as the Asus website, and many gaming co sites. I get the "Active X cannont load BS onto computer" error message, but I think it is worth it to keep my $3100 computer from Falcon running properly.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Good Anti Virus
I got PC-cillin 2002 when I purchased my Main board
and have been using it a few months now.
I was using Norton Antivirus before.
I must say that I am very impressed with PC-Cillin 2002
It is not a drain on resources .
I especially like the firewall feature that it provides.

5-0 out of 5 stars Being tortured by McAfee or Norton?
Then switch to PC-cillen! It works like a dream! I'm running it on my new Dell Desktop and have had absolutely no problems whatsoever since installing it several weeks ago. McAfee demolished my desktop so I promptly removed their software from my new Dell desktop when it arrived. Thank you Sony for including PC-cillen on my Vaio notebook -- otherwise I never would've known about it! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT!

3-0 out of 5 stars Not what I expected...........
After I set the firewall to medium security level, I was unable to change the setting to the highest level.

The option just became cancelled. What do I suppose to do? - reinstall this pc-cillin? It would be stupid.

I wrote them a letter, but never got a response.

I think that Sygate firewall freeware version is the best so far. It seems to be better than firewalls for which we consumers are paying for. ... Read more


97. PC Protection Pack 2
list price: $39.95
our price: $34.99
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Asin: B0002HQWKS
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Avanquest
Sales Rank: 7979
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Features

  • Improve speed and storage capacity; easy to use
  • 8 full-version utilities to protect and improve performance
  • Combat hackers, intruders, and pop-ups
  • Firewall; AdBlocker; System cleaner; Uninstall pro
  • File safeguard; SpySweep; memory boost; download optimizer

98. Dr Solomon's Anti-Virus (Jewel Case)
list price: $9.99
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Asin: B00004YKVY
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Ingram Micro
Sales Rank: 9029
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Basic protection
Basic virus protection which is hard, at best, to get updates. Virus protection is better the more you spend. I had 3 virus' down my system with this product on it.

Don't waste your time here.... ... Read more


99. SpyCleaner Gold
list price: $19.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0007OEQO0
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Activision
Sales Rank: 8063
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100. Stomp SpyWare X-terminator
list price: $29.99
our price: $22.99
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Asin: B0001VWJAC
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Stomp Inc
Sales Rank: 847
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Spyware, spybot, adware, and malware removal software
  • Protects computer while browsing the Internet; reduces pop-up ads
  • Supreme detection, isolation, and deletion
  • Real-time protection with active memory scanning
  • Easy to use; automatic updates for continuous protection

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product. 2bad though, that 1 product can't do it all.
Okay, I've been fighting spyware, adware, mal-ware ,etc, for over a year now.
Started with Xcleaner, then added Spysweeper, now added
Spyware X-terminator.
[FYI, This product(Spyware X-terminator) appears to be
a re-labeled package of PESTPATROL.
Which is fine, as the price is CHEAPER when labeled as
Spyware X-terminator, than it is when labeled as Pestpatrol].
Anyway, as of now, June 2004, I can't find any SINGLE product that does it all.
I give Spysweeper 5 stars and I give Spyware X-terminator 5 stars.
Both are great products, but each seems to find a couple items that the other doesn't.
Personally, if you can afford it, I'd get both.
Mal-ware [including Spyware, adware, unwanted cookies, etc] has many ugly faces and you need to detect and destroy as many of them as you can.
Xcleaner was my very first anti-spyware package. But it is a multi-purpose tool, but doesn't have the depth of detection abilities that Spysweeper and Spyware X-terminator do.

5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific
This has to be the best spyware out there, ease of use and catches 100% of the pests that are out there. I have tried so-called freebies such as "spy-bot" and "Adaware" but theyre NOT in the same league. So i guess you get what you pay for. ... Read more


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