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Anti-Virus & Firewalls
On this page you will find some anti-virus and firewall applications. Anti-virus programs and firewalls are another thing you cannot do with out. If you were not to have either, your machine could be infected with a trojan, worm or virus. It would then become a zombie and perhaps become an unsuspecting participant in a DDoS attack.
One of the finer av & firewall companies, purchase required.
Anti virus and firewall protection, and email, ad/mal/spyware. Purchase required. Excellent in catching hidden malware files.
A free app for anti virus detection, & firewall.
Excellent anti virus & firewall protection. Arguably one of the best. Purchase required.
Free firewall, very good for newbie's.
An excellent tutorial for firewalls, from Bleeping Computing
Pro-active scanning with easy interface for novices. Free trial, then purchase.
Free anti virus protection for the home user.
Newer of the bunch of trojan detectors, has a free 'personal' user version. Not all that much info on it tho.
One of the relatively new sections in internet security, this program gets a good review from most. Purchase required.
AV\Firewall Reviews, Testing & InformationVirusList.com
This site lists lots of information regarding the many aspects of anti-virus subjects. Alerts, analysis, news even a blog
On this site you will find many av tests and reviews for the most popular applications available.
Along with other pc scanning\testing, this site also offers a firewall test as well.
This page gives you some options for testing, some pay for, some not.
Established in 1988, the CERT® Coordination Center (CERT/CC) is a center of Internet security expertise, located at the Software Engineering Institute a federally funded research and development center operated by Carnegie Mellon University.
Since 1989, Virus Bulletin has been dedicated to providing PC users with a regular source of uninfluenced, unbiased, independent intelligence about computer viruses, their prevention, detection and removal, and how to recover programs and data following an attack.