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#1 torrentthief

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 17:49

http://www.av-test.o...res/award/2012/
http://www.av-compar...m_201212_en.pdf - av-comparitives product of the year 2012

January 2013 | CEO Andreas Clementi, AV-Comparatives

The achievement crowns a year of accolades and awards, including PC Mag's Editor's Choice, distinctions from reviewers such as CNET, Laptop Magazine, PC PRO, WebUser, PC Achat and Micro Actuel.

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The license keys must be activated within 30 days.

This works btw, here is my screenshot:

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I don't know when this offer ends but i suspect it is about to go viral so be QUICK!

Bitdefender finishes 1st-3rd in nearly all antivirus tests on av-comparatives.org and av-test.org along with kaspersky, those are the 2 best despite many of you championing nod32.


#2 Yusuf M.

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 17:55

Oh my. I recently installed Bitdefender Antivirus Plus 2013 on my brother's laptop with a license key that expires in 677 days. I wonder if he can use this instead for 365 days and use the anti-virus software for the remaining 312 days.

#3 FlintyV

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 17:58

Anyone know how this compares to MSE?

#4 OP torrentthief

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 18:00

Oh my. I recently installed Bitdefender Antivirus Plus 2013 on my brother's laptop with a license key that expires in 677 days. I wonder if he can use this instead for 365 days and use the anti-virus software for the remaining 312 days.


lol, i'm afraid not, when i went to install internet security it asked me whether i wanted to use the 677 day serial or use a new serial. Internet security gives you a nice firewall though: http://www.bitdefend...comparison.html

Anyone know how this compares to MSE?


It DESTROYS it :p Any paid antivirus destroys MSE, look at the reviews i linked in the 1st post.

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 18:03

Anyone know how this compares to MSE?


It doesn't. Don't fall into all the hype that a paid AV is better then MSE. It simply isn't true. MSE FTW!

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 18:04

I need a good anti-virus for my machine at home - hope it holds out long enough.

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 18:09

It doesn't. Don't fall into all the hype that a paid AV is better then MSE. It simply isn't true. MSE FTW!


I still use MSE but the product has still fallen behind. Only reason I've remained uninfected is due to the paid version of Maleware-Bytes which actively runs in conjunction with MSE.

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 18:13

It doesn't. Don't fall into all the hype that a paid AV is better then MSE. It simply isn't true. MSE FTW!


You clearly didn't read the 2 antivirus test website reviews otherwise you would see that MSE scores very poorly.

Bitdefender: http://www.av-test.o...port_no]=124551
vs
MSE: http://www.av-test.o...port_no]=124558

#9 Nothing Here

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 18:15

I still use MSE but the product has still fallen behind. Only reason I've remained uninfected is due to the paid version of Maleware-Bytes which actively runs in conjunction with MSE.


I don't run anything else and my system is clean. MSE just works. I ran BitDefender. Eset and Kaspersky before and something has always found it's way through. ClamWin AV is much better, or used to be, then Eset and other paid AVs also. If MSE wasn't around, I would be using ClamWin.

You clearly didn't read the 2 antivirus test website reviews otherwise you would see that MSE scores very poorly.


I don't care what those reviews say. I use what works and MSE does the job.

#10 1941

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 18:17

I use Avast AIS. Had problems with MSE compared it to the fox guarding the hen house. :)

#11 Audioboxer

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 18:19

Thanks for this (Y)

#12 briangw

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 18:37

I hope you can ignore false positives because you couldn't in their free product. :(

#13 farmeunit

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 18:38

It doesn't. Don't fall into all the hype that a paid AV is better then MSE. It simply isn't true. MSE FTW!


You're dreaming. MSE isn't as bad as some. And just because a product is paid, doesn't mean it's better. But MSE is not all that great. Sorry to tell you that. I've seen MANY infections that others have caught.

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 18:39

I hope you can ignore false positives because you couldn't in their free product. :(


not sure, unfortunately you can't with avira internet security which is what i used until today. I could choose ignore but minutes later it would detect a keygen as a virus again, it was a pain, other than that i liked avira.

#15 briangw

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 18:41

Yeah, I just excluded various folders with MSE but was shocked when I couldn't ignore things that were caught but were false positives with Bitdefender Free. But, I have heard good reviews so I'm excited to try this out.



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