Re: new anti-virus program



I liked the Kasperski program when I used it. I now use trend micro, though I hear from everyone it sucks, it works for me.

I think, the best toughest program to get by is f secure. it sure is super powerful. to me however, it was tough figuring out how to use it, and even set it up. it is complicated.

For that person who uses f secure, the one who posted that bit of information the other day, could he contact me off list? I am looking for the mentor program which f secure use to offer, so if I did wish to buy it again, I can buy it off him, and he helps me install it.

By the way, from what I understand, our government uses it too. its similar, but is for governments only. ours.

thanks,

Julian

----- Original Message ----- From: "Hal Pearson" <hspearson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, January 01, 2008 4:34 PM
Subject: Re: new anti-virus program


Hi, Ari and list,

I'm slowly starting to like Kaspersky but it's not as accessible as Norton or AVG. What I did find, is that you can access system tray insert f11, then arrow down to Kaspersky icon then whack enter. Once there, if you tap letter E for instance you exit the program. Pressing letter O from system tray icon will launch Kaspersky, and pressing U will move focus to the update window. One thing I like about this program, is that when I access system tray, I get:
Kaspersky Anti-Virus (7.0.0.125)
Database published: 1/1/2008 11:56:55 AM
This means that I can rest assured knowing that updates are being performed. I'm beginning to think that it's one of these programs where you can almost set it, and then forget it as they say. Using the invisible cursor is a must with this program I find.

Hal


----- Original Message ----- From: "ari" <aridamoulakis@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, January 01, 2008 3:27 AM
Subject: Re: new anti-virus program


exactly! I wish I could use Kaspersky because I've also heard of it's
incredible ratings, but same thing, only an exit in system tray, and then
nothing as far as I can see in the main window.
Also a happy new year to everyone.
Ari

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