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My subscription to Norton was up so I looked on this to see what would be good for free. Now the following is not unethical but it is still funny how there is a price for the rich and a price for the poor. I went to Avast and it had the free protection and the premium protection for $49.95. Now I guess the people who have plenty of money will just pick out the premium protection. I like to look at all of my options. Now when I clicked on the information about the free protection, it has a …

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Hi, Good day! My problem is that I can't install any anti-virus on a PC... I strongly believe it has many viruses because it slow-ups the unit. Almost all of the anti-virus I run ([URL="http://www.avira.com/en/avira-free-antivirus"]Avira[/URL], [URL="http://www.avast.com/index"]Avast[/URL], [URL="http://www.kaspersky.com/kaspersky_internet_security"]KIS[/URL], [URL="http://www.kaspersky.com/"]KAV[/URL] and [URL="http://free.avg.com/ww-en/homepage"]AVG[/URL]) cannot install successfully as if being destroyed or blocked by something. I am looking forward for any help from the community. Best regards, coldflame [URL="http://romel-beyondme.blogspot.com/"]http://www.romel-beyondme.blogspot.com[/URL]

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There's no news yet on McAfee's [URL="http://www.mcafee.com"]website[/URL] about what happened today when their famed antivirus program went bonkers and froze computers by misidentifying a common Windows file as a virus. If it's an actual virus hack, it's a pretty darn clever one--to make the antivirus program think a system file is a virus so that the computer halts. This might be the first time I'd ever actually applaud a virus creator. I usually prescribe some sort of cruel and unusual punishment for such mongrels who write viruses and then unleash them upon the world's innocent but this time is different. …

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I have been using a program (EPX 5.5) for year which allows uploading of photos to a website (eventpix.com) and I have not been able to access the site lately. I get "no reply from server" notices. Eventpix.com support suggests some setting on my firewall or in Avast is preventing access. Recently, I switched to Avast free edition anti-virus and I use Win XP firewall. What settings do I need to adjust to allow access to eventpix.com?

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It was a cold November morning, leaves covered the now yellowed grass, the dog's water stood frozen, two little winter birds fluffed their feathers while sitting on a low tree branch outside my kitchen window and the smell of coffee began to fill my nostrils telling me that it's time to quell my yawns. The cold stillness of that serenity broke when I heard a blood-curdling scream from the depths of one of the caves at the other end of the house. A sound so irritating that it burned through my head like a laser beam. It was the cry …

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