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What is the best free firewall combo with a free anti-virus?

I have been using comodo fire-wall, and avast, free ant-virus. I am fairly pleased, with what I have, however, i want to know if there is anything better, that is free. Comodo, can be laggy sometimes, but it is strong.

I am open to any suggestions

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7 Responses to “What is the best free firewall combo with a free anti-virus?”

  1. VuStudent said:

    Dear mecaffe is best. You will get anti-virus and also the firewall. just try it. Second option is bitdefender. Which is used by NASA.

  2. RJGoodhouse said:

    Microsoft Security Essentials is free
    Malwarebytes < Fee

  3. William Donovan said:

    I have Three computers on my desk (XP, Vista, 7) and one laptop and on all four of them I use Microsoft Security Essentials and Spy Bot Search and Destroy.

    I also use Process Explorer to view all the processes that are running.

    I use FireFox with the following addon’s: Web Of Trust, No Script, Better Privacy, Add Block Plus and Bit Defender Quick Scan.
    These add addon’s help block a lot of spy ware.

    I do not use any third party software firewall at all. The Windows Fire Wall works just fine.

    I connect all my computers to the internet through a Cisco Router and it has a built in HARDWARE Firewall.

    Using Prob Your Ports web site, all of my computers are Stealth. can’t be seen.

  4. Neld Joe said:

    Actually you already have good combination between antivirus and firewall. As long as they are up-to-date. Here’s my combo.

    Comodo Firewall
    Windows Defender

    Added with knowledge, that’s how i protect my pc. You can try Outpost Firewall combined with your Avast!. Or try BitDefender, Kaspersky, Norton etc. There are many good combination.

  5. Ooops said:

    Just personal opinion of course. I use Avast , I have also got superantispyware and Malwarebytes. I recently changed to Comodo firewall which seems fine and I seem to boot up quicker. They are all free for personal use and I have had no trouble with Viruses Trojans Hackers etc. I also use Windows Defender from the Microsoft site. It is safe to use two anti-spy products but never use more than one A/V as it can cause conflicts. You should run A/V and anti spy weekly.

  6. Min said:

    I use Comodo I/net Sec suite, Windows Firewall, Malwarebytes is also good & Spybot S & D on my back up DT PC. My lappy I pay a subscription for Kaspersky I/net Sec, Win Firewall.
    Obviously you only get what you pay for.

    Cis is free for home users, so weigh up how much protection you really need. Good luck

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