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Posted 01 June 2012 - 11:20
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I strongly recommend sticking with KIS for the time being as Pure always uses outdated engines. I think they want to be more competative with other players but don't have enough human resources to invest into Pure. So Pure is always left with an outdated engine. Currently Pure is running on KIS 2011. And KIS 2013 will be released some time in August. So you'll get most up to date protection if you stick with KIS.
I had the same question as you but finally decided to renew KIS and not get Pure.
I have a separate copy of Password manager which I like very much. You can get it for 15 dollars from your online account.
However, if you have multiple PCs runing in your home, Pure could be a very good alternative. Especially if you would like to able to control other computers.