Vista Antivirus Product that installs?

dave holbon

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Thanks for that Kaspersky which is actually shown as being compatible on the MS site was blocked by Vista along with all the other supposedly compatible virus programmes. I’m beginning to wonder what’s going on here.
 

NetRyder

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Thanks for that Kaspersky which is actually shown as being compatible on the MS site was blocked by Vista along with all the other supposedly compatible virus programmes. I’m beginning to wonder what’s going on here.
Where does it mention Kaspersky as being compatible with Vista?

I'm running the RTM build without an AV at the moment, but I've seen multiple reports of at least NOD32 2.7 and OneCare 1.5 running successfully on it.
 

augie

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AVG 7.5 and avast 4.0 right now though for a paid version, NOD32 is the best though I've used AVG free for 4 years without a problem. Using AVG ATM on Vista RTM.
 

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No problems with NOD32 2.7 here, What I'd really like to find is a decent Firewall program. I'm not really liking the built in with the changes that they made to the outgoing monitoring.
 

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PcCillin 15.3 work fine for me support X86 and X64
https://www.trendbeta.com/index.php?get=294

Bitdefender you need to be register to download it
http://beta.bitdefender.com/vista/login.php

F-Secure Antivirus Beta 7.00 work on X86 only
http://support.f-secure.com/avvista/

Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition. Version 10.2 is compatible with 32-bit and 64-bit
http://www.symantec.com/vista/sav-vista.html
Norton Internet Security 2007
Vista Public Beta
Norton AntiVirus 2007
Vista Public Beta
http://www.symantec.com/home_homeoffice/publicbeta/index.jsp

Protector Plus 2007 - Beta. I never try this one
http://www.pspl.com/download/winvistaec.htm
 

Sinster

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#14
Ok which one catches more virii and gives less false positives? Which way uses less resources?
 

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I am running Kaspersky without any problems and you can shedule scans with it. Link on on the front page news to the latest version.
 
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KAV 6 killed my vista install ?!? kept crashing. Tried it on a clean XP install. terminal reboot. Something odd there...
 

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