What is a good anti-virus software to use without having to spend any money?
How long as your trial resetter been working for?
For some reason, every time I try Kaspersky, it always manages to get deactivated after about 2 months.(Which is why I just got tired of attempting it)
I'm saying in the past, even trial resetters stopped working after a period of time because they blocked it from working. I was asking how long as yours been working for.
Considering you made such a retarded response, it's safe to assume you're clueless.
> you just put it on the exclusions
That does nothing if they internally change the way the program works, in which case you'd have to download another updated trial resetter.(Back to my first point)
Not worth it
The trial reset just erases the registry data and files that tells the program when it was installed and they update the software every year (2013, 2014, 2015, etc), no shit you would need a new resetter for a new version holy shit its not hard to use 10 seconds of your time every month and 30 every year. Stop being retarded.
Two people in my household have laptops. They have two accounts on them: one that's admin and only used for installing/updating/uninstalling software, and the other that they use on a regular basis.
THEY DON'T GET FUCKING VIRUSES BECAUSE THEY DON'T RUN AS ADMIN AND THEY DON'T FUCKING PIRATE SOFTWARE AND THEY DON'T USE IE
There is literally nothing else they do or have to
Are you fucking stupid?
>Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is not meant to be a replacement for antivirus software
>Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is a complementary but essential program
>It is important to note that Malwarebytes Anti-Malware works well and should run alongside antivirus software without conflicts
You literally don't know how to read. OUTSTANDING work, amigo.
Use the Microsoft build-in defender. Who knows the system best if not those who built it?
However, I downloaded a pirated game and trying to fag around with the cracked dll Windows defender was ringing the bells. So I am sure now now that it works.
Btw, best way to avoid shit is using a sandbox or VM.
what is this? the stupid ages?
anyway this faggot if you really need it
trusting nonfree binaries to "protect" you from vulnerable software and your own stupidity is laughable and I find it hellarious how many people fall for this shit scamware.
1. Don't download and run viruses
2. No need for anti-virus
Anti-viruses sell on the mistaken idea that viruses are forced upon users.
This is incorrect. Users run and execute viruses completely of their own volition.
Trust_me_Im_a_dolphin.exe is not actually a dolphin.
That's your antivirus.
I've been using 360 TS Essential. It comes with a sandboxing feature, whitelisting isn't a huge fucking hassle like it is with avast. And it comes with both Avira's and Bitdefender's virus database as optional extra protection(both are disabled by default). And it always ranks high in av tests.
Avast is great and works flawlessly.
I would pair it with Spybot and Malwarebytes. I also like Roguekiller as it has some awesome features.
>nonfree binary can magically know and defend against every exploit discovered
Holy shit, you are truly retarded. Do you know what the number in the pic means? Does anything tell you that AV companies are working together with agencies like Interpol against botnets for example?
You are not protected from 90 or 1090 day exploits retard.