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“I have heard much good for this software can coexist with an anti-malware as A-squared?”
“Security-software developers like to play up the first risk; perhaps coincidentally, they have a long history of selling anti-virus and anti-malware tools to fight it.”
“Read more about anti-malware in Network World's Anti-malware section.”
“On Facebook, the users must perform their own anti-malware scanning (watching out for scams and viruses in messages, blocking undesired applications, being alert for inappropriate requests for personal information, etc.) manually.”
“On Windows, security holes are patched by third-party anti-malware tools, like McAfee and Norton.”
“For more than 20 years, I've been religious about making sure my Windows machines are protected by anti-malware programs but until very recently hadn't bothered adding protection to my Mac.”
“Some people are getting by with little or no anti-malware apps, because they've learned to be as skeptical online as in the real world.”
“Good on you for practicing safe browsing habits but still, get some anti-malware software installed on your computer or else you'll be having to deal with the pain of cleaning/rebuilding your computer.”
“Having no anti-malware software on your computer in this day and age is akin to having no lock on your door because you're careful of who you let in to your house.”
“In fact I'm going to go so far as to say that every CompTIA (you know those people that certify people to be computer technicians, which I am by the way: P) go as far to say that NO ONE should be without anti-malware software in this day and age.”
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