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Is it safe to plug a laptop with home edition anti virus to an office network?

I just bought new laptop. I’m planning to use Avast home edition anti virus for it. I will use the laptop for working in my office. I will plug the office LAN cable to my laptop. My office network use enterprise edition McAfee anti virus. Is this safe?

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2 Responses to “Is it safe to plug a laptop with home edition anti virus to an office network?”

  1. Dunbar Pappy ϟϟ said:

    Do NOT introduce any outside unit into a LAN.
    It’s an absolute nightmare for the IT guys/gals to root out any malware that gets transferred into it, and may result in end of employment for you (if the policy calls for it).
    It’s not worth it on many levels.

  2. Rita said:

    You can use SpywareNoMore.
    As we all know Computer hackers seeking financial gain rather than thrills or notoriety are increasingly flooding the Internet with malicious software code (spyware, adware, key loggers, trojans). They are infecting computers with highly sophisticated programs that record surfing habits, bank passwords and other key financial data and send them to crooks over the Internet. These programs can be hard to spot, disguised in downloads such as toolbars, search engines, browser accessories, screen savers and other seemingly helpful utilities.

    SpyNoMore anti-spyware safeguards your identity and restores system performance through fast, smart and powerful spyware protection.


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