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PCWORLD tested and compared 10

All-in-One Security suites to show who's got your back.

"It takes a multifaceted strategy to fight today's complex range of security threats, which can no longer be neatly separated into distinct categories. Worms may ride in with spam, and spyware apps may unleash Trojan horses, so your PC requires multiple kinds of security software to stay safe."

 

"You can build your system's defenses with stand-alone antivirus, antispyware, and firewall products, or you can get everything in an all-in-one suite. Opting for three or more separate security apps lets you pick the best of breed in each category, but running them can be a complicated--and expensive--task. Security suites offer convenience and affordability; their individual components, configurable from one interface, are designed to interoperate smoothly. That said, suites require a certain degree of trust in that you're depending on one company to protect your computer and data completely. Since running multiple antivirus engines and firewalls can invite major system problems, people who want a suite should buy one and stick to it."

Top Security Suites (chart)

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I wonder if they got any money or some type of concessions for the testing?

1) Symantec Norton Internet Security 2006

2) McAfee Internet Security Suite 2006

3) Panda Platinum 2006 Internet Security

4)  F-Secure Internet Security 2006

5) Trend Micro PC-cillin Internet Security 2006

6) Zone Labs ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite

7)  Microsoft Windows Live OneCare 

8) CA eTrust Internet Security Suite 2006

9) BitDefender 9 Internet Security

10) Aluria Security Center

It does not appear as most people here have attested to.

Just curious.  ;)

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