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There are plenty of security apps available on Android. Last week we showed you reviews for three of the most popular ones, and now I’ll round them up in a feature comparison to see which one is the best.
Some people are worried about getting a virus on their Android smartphone. Other’s are worried about their phone getting stolen or lost. Today I’m going to review a free app that can protect you from both.
Boasting over a million downloads, the free Norton Mobile Security App for Android phones appears to be a fantastic deal. But is that the case? Let’s take a deeper look.
I’m still not sure whether or not an antivirus is reasonable or useful on Android at this point, but remotely tracking a lost phone sure is. Here’s a brief review of the Lookout Mobile Security suite for Android.
My day job requires me to spend a lot of time removing infections from computers. The good news is that all of the best anti-spyware tools are free. The bad news is that none of them gets everything. Recently, though, I’ve found SuperAntiSpyware to be one of the best. It cleans infections that other antimalware […]
When it comes to keeping your computer secure, installing a modern Anti-Virus application is a basic first step to building any new PC. What people don’t realize however is Anti-Virus (AV) applications, if not configured properly can both degrade PC performance and and corrupt important systems files. Today I’ll show you the files and folders […]
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Ad-Aware is one of the most popular antimalware solutions at the moment. The cost of a 1-year license is $ 29.95 but, if you move fast, you can get it free for a short limited time. Simply click here to go to cnet.com, sign up with the website and get your free license. After you […]
Last week Microsoft broke their Tuesday update habit and released an upgrade for Microsoft Security Essentials taking it to version 2.0, on a Thursday. With the new version there aren’t many new features to look at visually, but under the hood they’ve improved on what was already a highly effective anti-virus product. If you’re still […]
As many of you know, since the very beginning, I’ve been talking about Microsoft’s free Home Anti-Virus application – Microsoft Security Essentials. I reviewed the free AV software several times because I really do think it’s the best option for the home when it comes to keeping those nasty, malicious apps off your computer. At […]
With all the Black Friday, Black Monday, Xmas Shopping, etc., etc., etc. being completed, I figure some you probably have new Windows 7 PCs you bought/received this holiday season. If yes, then you have probably already discovered loads of crapware trial software that PC manufacturers like to bundle on new PCs. One of the most notorious […]
As I reported earlier, we knew the release of Microsoft’s Free Anti-Virus Software called Microsoft Security Essentials was just days away, and sure enough, you can now download the FULL Released Version from their website! The Final version looks pretty much the same as it did back in August when I did a review […]
According to the email I received last night, Microsoft is only a few weeks away from releasing the Gold RTM/RTW code for their Free Anti-Virus Product – Microsoft Security Essentials. As discussed previously here on groovyPost, the reviews for Microsoft Security Essentials (Code-Name Morrow) have been very positive, and since installing it on my […]