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Definitive Best PAID Antivirus 2021


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What is your favorite PAID antivirus software for 2021?   

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  1. 1. What is your favorite PAID antivirus software for 2021?

    • Acronis Cyber Protect
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    • AhnLab V3 Internet Security
      0
    • Avanquest (formerly Lavasoft) Adaware Antivirus Pro/Antivirus Total
      0
    • Avast! Pro/Internet Security
      0
    • AVG Antivirus PRO/Internet Security
      1
    • Avira Antivirus Premium/Pro/Endpoint
      0
    • Bitdefender Anti-Virus/Internet Security/Total Security
      1
    • BlackBerry Cylance Antivirus
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    • Broadcom (formerly Symantec) Endpoint Protection
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    • BullGuard Antivirus/Internet Security/Premium Protection
      0
    • CheckPoint ZoneAlarm Pro
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    • Cisco AMP
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    • Comodo Endpoint Security/Internet Security Pro
      0
    • Crowdstrike Falcon
      0
    • Cybereason Cybereason
      0
    • Dr. Web Anti-Virus/Security Space
      0
    • Emsisoft Anti-Malware/Internet Security
      0
    • ESET NOD32 Antivirus/Endpoint/Internet Security/Smart Security
      4
    • F-Secure Safe/Total
      0
    • FireEye Endpoint
      0
    • G Data Antivirus/Internet Security/Total Security
      0
    • IKARUS anti.virus
      0
    • Intego Antivirus, Internet Security X9
      0
    • K7 Computing Antivirus/Total Security/Ultimate Security
      0
    • Kaspersky Lab Anti-Virus/Internet Security/Total Security
      1
    • Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium
      0
    • McAfee LIveSafe/Total Protection
      0
    • Microsoft Defender/ATA/ATP
      0
    • Microworld eScan Anti-Virus/Internet Security/Total Security/Universal Security
      0
    • NANO Security Antivirus/Antivirus PRO
      0
    • Norton LifeLock 360 Standard/Deluxe
      1
    • PC Matic
      0
    • Qihu 360 Total Security Premium/Total Security for Business
      0
    • QuickHeal AntiVirus Pro/Internet Security
      0
    • Secureaplus
      1
    • Sophos Endpoint/Intercept X/Surfright
      0
    • Total Defense Anti-Virus/Premium Internet Security/Ultimate Internet Security
      0
    • Trend Micro Anti-Virus/Internet Security/Total Security
      0
    • VIPRE Advanced Security
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    • VirusBlokAda VBA32
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    • VMware Carbon Black Cloud
      0
    • WatchGuard (formerly Panda Security) Antivirus/Internet Security
      0
    • Webroot SecureAnywhere Antivirus/Internet Security/Internet Security Plus
      0
    • Other (please specify below):
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Hello, 
  
This is the 2021 poll for best paid anti-virus (aka anti-malware aka internet security aka endpoint security) security software. 

 

The poll for free products is located here.  The poll for 2020's best paid antivirus is located here.

 

If your choice is not listed, please choose "other" and reply below with its name. 

 

This year the poll is multiple choice, so that you can select two (or more) choices.  If you do choose multiple options, please leave a comment with the ones you chose and why.  
  
Regards, 
  
Aryeh Goretsky 

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