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Thursday, August 12th, 2010
Author: Dave G, Technology Specialist

What is The Best Free Antivirus? 

What is The Best Free Antivirus?

I get that question about once a week so I figured that, from now on, when someone asks me I can simply have them read this article. There is a real need for the average computer user to protect themselves against all forms of malware online. Threats to your PC and your data can come from anywhere. Viruses can be embedded into the macros of documents, attached to emails or downloaded accidentally and just a single careless click can infect your system, with potentially damaging results. There are several free security solutions out there and I’m sure many of them are excellent. I will just be focusing on a few of the programs I have personally used. I have found them to be reliable, easy and, best of all, FREE!

I am going to start simple because most of the people that ask my advice want or need things to be easy. AVG Antivirus fits that niche well (  With it you will have a combined antivirus and antimalware engine, a LinkScanner, and you can set it up to monitor your e-mail. AVG Free 9 has a few new features, with improvements focused on performance, including claims of faster scan and boot times.

Next on my list is Avast!
The core antivirus/antispyware engine got a complete makeover for the new edition, and it also got some new components for the war on malware. A new heuristics engine watches process behavior to detect malware that signatures won't catch. A new code emulator lets avast! evaluate behaviors without letting a process run, and it also lets the app examine programs that are compressed to conceal their contents. My personal favorite is the new gaming mode that suppresses pop-ups when it detects a program running in full-screen mode. Other notable features include boot-time scanning, wake-up from sleep mode to scan, and automatic scanning of files received through e-mail, IM, and P2P applications.

Last but not least, there’s Comodo Internet Security.
It’s mainly a strong contender because of its excellent firewall. The antivirus catches malware that slips through other antivirus programs, however sometimes manages to miss the ones that the others catch. That said, it's almost certainly good enough to stop most malware that you're likely to encounter in the wild - and that's what really counts. Additionally, while Defense+ is brilliant in theory, in execution it can be overly sensitive and actually can hinder the user experience for a novice. If you know what you’re doing you can configure it to be more lenient. For example, the Sandbox is a nice feature that will “isolate” applications from damaging the operating system. By default it wants to protects all apps but I advise most people to turn the feature off and use it (say, on your browser) when visiting one of those “questionable” sites.

Whether you're looking for protection for a new PC or one of the many unhappy Norton users looking for an alternative, you should definitely check one of these out. Certainly all of these would make a great choice for people looking for easy-to-use, no-cost protection for their PCs.

Finally, I would like to recommend Spybot Search and Destroy. While it’s not really an antivirus program it is a great scanner for Spyware and Malware. No matter where you look you find that it’s always a good idea to have more than one kind of scanner. Spybot comes with a nice option called “Tea Timer” that acts like a “spyware shield” that prevents harmful changes to your system.

The best and most secure way of protecting your computer from viruses is to ensure you have the most rigorously tested, up to date Internet security software for your machine. Not only does this ‘lock the back door’ to thwart the hackers, but installing it immediately provides peace of mind when surfing online, allowing you to enjoy your computer experience exactly how it was intended. Don’t delay, get yourself - and your computer - covered as soon as possible.

Yours Truly,
- Dave G.

Author, The Tech Review
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19 Aug 2010, 08:15
Very good review. My Norton expired a while ago and I noticed my computer started having a mind of its own. Now I am an Avast user and very happy. Thank you!
22 Aug 2010, 13:55
Get a Mac. No virus software for the last 20 years. Ads up!
Dave G
27 Aug 2010, 12:01
First, "No virus software for the last 20 years." That's because most software companies don't make software for Macs, only real computers. Second, it looks like your perfect Mac has no spell check or grammar check because you spelled "Ads" wrong. And, if you read the article, I was reporting on FREE antivirus programs. So what "adds up"?
27 Aug 2010, 22:02
Hiram is one of those geeks that stands in line for 24 hours to buy a phone that drops a call when you hold it..good luck with the iphone 4-the next time your iphone drops a call use a gmail account to place the call.
29 Aug 2010, 11:08
Good one Roy. iPhones are the AOL of mobile tech.
13 Sep 2010, 00:10
Dave after reading your post above I have now lost all respect I had for you. First Mac's are real computers and in some ways are better then windows as is Linux (Opens the floodgates for Linux noobs to try and flame me because they think they are different). Most software companies do make software for Mac's :O the main reason people don't use an Antivirus on Mac's is because they don't need it the market for Mac's and Linux is so small compared to windows people generally don't bother making virus' to affect the file system as its completely different to the windows FS. Second are you that desperate to flame him you have to pick out one tiny little typo? as for your article you make yourself sound like a pathetic fanboy mentioning all the good things but none of the bad except with COMODO where you mentioned the small problem with its defense +. Now before you try and flame me about what OS I use or anything like that I personally dual boots windows 7 professional 64 bit and Xp Home 32 bit while I wait for my new hard drive to arrive so I can add a Linux OS. If all games were made for Linux instead of Windows I wouldn't have a windows OS on my computer as it beats the hell out of any windows OS.
Dave G
06 Oct 2010, 11:27

1. Please name the ways Macs are better. Not your opinion but documented facts. Also, I can always find software for a Windows machine, less often for a Mac. A simple search will show you that.

2. Just because you're a small target doesn't mean you shouldn't have protection. (It's just common sense)

3. Picking on the typo was a little petty, I admit ;) I was just surprised to see a mistake come out of a Mac.

4. I have not really had any problems with these AV packages, that's why I'm recommending them. I have been using them for years and have not had any resource hogging and I have not gotten a virus under their protection.

5. I agree that Linux is probably the best OS out there.

And, lastly, I want people to remember I used the word FREE for a reason. He said he was getting a savings because he didn't have to buy AV. Silly Mac user only seeing what he wants to see.

Thanks for playing.
07 Oct 2010, 15:41

Dave G, if you agree that Linux is the best OS, and I think we all agree that the Mac OS has the best out of the box GUI. Albeit gnome/kde, compiz, cairo-dock and window animations make it a close call. That means that Mac OSX, built on BSD (Unix) is the best OS, when you combine stability, usability and security.

As for the software, of course there is tons of windows software, but 99% is crap. The software that people really use, not just geeks (which tend to lack the virus and spyware issues of regular users) is plentiful.

Also, Mac's are better, plain and simple. Price for performance, Apple is a great buy for an out of the box solution.

Fanboy disclaimer: Dual boot Ubuntu 10 and WinXP SP3(the last good windows OS). I don't currently own a Mac, but my GF is running a dell mini 10v with Leopard. Oh and her mini boots in under 30 seconds and has done so for over a year with absolutely no AV or spyware protection.
17 Oct 2010, 11:26
Hey I thought this was an article about anti virus not OS's. Quit arguing guys, every OS has it's problems, fans and haters.

Comodo is my favorite by the way ;)
Dave G
17 Oct 2010, 14:01
For those of you that want to add to your arsenal of Malware Killing tools, here is a nice list of online scanners you can use. I have tested many, but not all of them. Enjoy.
26 Oct 2010, 10:23
if apple/macs are so great why dont they dominate the market?
26 Oct 2010, 15:09
Jason seriously mate go research before you post stupid things like that comment MACS don't dominate the market for too reasons 1. because Bill Gates stole some features of apples OS before they had a patent on them and so their OS was made faster and took the market. 2. Because the layout is different every idiot can use a windows interface but no one wants to try and learn a mac interface so they go for windows. Also MAC dominates the smart phone market
Dave G
28 Oct 2010, 10:42
First: ing+Sites/article20008.htm

Macs getting attacked? Unheard of. If only someone had predicted that.

Second: Waahh, MS stole my idea waaahh. Plus, it sounds like you're saying that the Windows interface is easier than a Mac. That's a first from a Mac fan-boy. Lastly, MAC does not dominate the smart phone market, RIM does.
28 Oct 2010, 14:24
Dave must you really further your ignorance on this matter im not a mac fan boy get that through your thick skull. I use Linux not MAC and its not unheard of MACs getting hit by malware its just rare as its generally not worth their time to build malware to infect MACS as their market share is much smaller then windows and generally mac users are more intelligent then windows users. And yes Dave windows does have an easier interface. As for your graph with some brief googling I see its as stupid as you are RIM dominates nothing. and technically its not MAC in the smart phone market its apple ios get it right. I wonder what the next thing your going to tell me linksys are a separate company to cisco? d link make better switches and routers then cisco? or matter your just going to further prove your ignorance about macs.
Dave G
01 Nov 2010, 13:02
You know what? I like when people comment on this article. It just brings in traffic for me and this site so thank you for keeping the argument going. Oh and I do stand corrected on the smartphone market shares.

Apple is doing well but...

"..the wide variety of handsets running Google's Android represented a commanding 43.6 percent."

from: pments_but_android_devices_take_44.html

"Recent studies have repeatedly shown that Android-based smartphone shipments have eclipsed Apple's iPhone in 2010. Some have shown that Android's growth was not slowed by the launch of the iPhone 4 this summer."

Keep coming back and arguing Martin. I love it.
The Equalizer
03 Nov 2010, 10:18
All of you guys who are dissing the macs have got it totally wrong! For someone who has used both systems extensively, dealt with IT Pros and so called half baked ( I am an IT expert/ got a MCSE ) mindset, I can tell you that macs have definite real advantages over pc's. Not the king of BS like PC's have 80,000 software titles and macs have only 20,000. Better security, quality software and hardware, you get what you pay for. The user experience, something you cant put a price on. Last but not lease, do a google search on "Google ditches Windows"

Dave G
03 Nov 2010, 12:18
Wow Equalizer, you have a certification. I know so many IT "experts" with multiple certifications and they don't know their ass from their elbow. Certs mean you're a good test-taker. As for "Better security"? I hope you don't mean that Macs have better security because that's a good joke. Pwn2Own my friend, Google that.
03 Nov 2010, 14:26
Dave going off what youve said so far you are one of those people who don't know their arse from their elbow so far you have come up with one virus that effects macs yet you claim windows has better security do i really need to give you a list of virus' that effect windows and not mac because thats a very very long list i can tell you that much
Dave G
03 Nov 2010, 15:25
It only takes one virus to take down a Mac. The idiots that were not protected could've avoided the hassle if they just had AV. But, no, Mac users have the "I can't get a virus" mentality.

And just for good measure, PWN2OWN!
03 Nov 2010, 16:23
It also only takes one virus to take down windows so whats your point? the difference is there are many more of those 1 virus' that can take down a windows machine then there is for a mac therefore your argument is wrong and despite all this and how many people tell you you are wrong you still blunder around mindlessly supporting windows and flaming mac even though you really dont have a clue oh and one more thing the majority of business servers are moving away from windows if they havent already LINUX/UNIX is mainstream now. Now I wonder why they are doing that hmmm?
Dave G
05 Nov 2010, 13:39
I like your spelling, grammar and run-on sentences btw. I agree that Linux is way more secure than Windows. I never said differently and it's no surprise that they would move to it for security. ANYway, we're beating this horse to death so here's a funny picture...
05 Nov 2010, 16:33
Ah Dave once again you fail to find anything to flame me about so you have to pick on the little things. In response for 1 my spelling was flawless as for the rest of it yes my grammar was flawed and my sentences long. And the entire point of this argument is you flaming Linux as MAC OS is LINUX have you learned nothing from all the people calling you a moron.
05 Nov 2010, 16:39
As for your funny picture i see your funny picture and raise you this. jpg
Dave G
05 Nov 2010, 18:18
Well, good try but the photo has been deleted or moved. And as for what to flame on, this is going in circles. I don't need to flame you. Mac users think they are completely safe from harm but, in fact, they are not. It has been proven time and again. If you could fully comprehend what I wrote you'd see that I'd bashing those that think they don't need AV. Go ahead, tell me again that I'm a moron or something, it just gets me more traffic. And, just to be clear, Mac is UNIX-based not Linux based. It's OK, I understand the confusion.
Dave G
05 Nov 2010, 18:23
Correction on the image. I corrected the link you posted, there is no space towards the end. jpg

And it's pretty funny.
Dave G
05 Nov 2010, 18:29
Oops, this should be correct now... jpg
Dave G
05 Nov 2010, 18:31
Looks like this comment section is adding the space, weird. Oh well, never mind.
AVG user
07 Nov 2010, 09:16
updated AVG memory/process hog...

NOT to comment on the ensuing flamage..

I had problems running multiplayer Mechwarrior 40, after I installed AVG.

After I uninstalled it no problems...

AVG has been a FREE anti-V favorite of mine for years, but has started to get a bit bloaty / resource intensive for my tastes...

FWI: Running P4 3Ghz 1G Ram..
Dave G
07 Nov 2010, 13:09
Sorry to hear about that AVG User. The only thing I can think of is that when you were playing there was a scheduled scan running. If so just move the time of the scan. I've had AVG on my gaming laptop and had no hogging while playing Crysis and Crysis Wars. Other than that I would say try switching to avast!. That's what I'm using right now and so far no problems at all.
07 Nov 2010, 16:22
Sorry Martin but Mac is the most insecure of the 3 operating systems. Any real hacker can and will tell you it's easier to hack a mac OS than it is to hack Windows.

Your confusing OS security with 3rd party vulnerabilities. Windows gets hacked into because of insecure 3rd party software (browsers, plugins, applications), not because the operating system is insecure. With Mac it's the other way around. The pre-installed/bundled applications are a little more secure than the windows counterpart applications, but the actual operating system itself is full of holes.

Windows is not insecure, it's the applications that people use that are.

Linux is of course the safest operating system. Not because it doesn't have vulnerabilities but because somebody out there will make a fix for them as soon as they're found. Windows/Mac take weeks to months to release a security update to an exploitable vulnerability. By which time, it's already too late.
08 Nov 2010, 10:45
The one BIG difference between UNIX based OSX and Linux is the fact that LINUX IS FREE! Don't get the two confused, linux runs on any hardware with open standards while Mac is closed, runs legally only on proprietary hardware, and presents a false illusion of security.

Fanboys are dumb.
08 Nov 2010, 13:26
AVG and AVAST are both pretty good. But you left out another huge one I usually recommend instead, Dave. Microsoft Security Essentials. It works very well, is simple to configure, and is light on resources.
Dave G
09 Nov 2010, 19:32
Good points Greg and Linux. Travis, I don't think I ever really gave MS a fare shot. I have heard good things but have not yet put in the time to test it but I think I will. Thanks...
09 Nov 2010, 19:42
The General consensus here at work is that the new Microsoft security essentials is quite good much better then avg which is quickly becoming more trouble then its worth. AVG is now very resource hungry, not user friendly if you want to close the damn thing and a royal pain in the arse to download if you have a 64 bit os. Admittedly my computer runs it without a care i dont even notice when it starts to scan (But my machine is also a gaming machine i built myself) but my laptop on the other hand pretty much dies when avg is installed same with my step dads pc downstairs. For about 3 weeks now i have run the new MS security essentials on my machine instead of avg and i am rather impressed with it going off their latest products for the pc(IE 9 and the above mentioned) microsoft are really cleaning up their act if you look up their acid3 results for IE9 its doing really well and its still only a beta still not at 100 but thats where they are aiming before they release the full version
18 Nov 2010, 09:38
I put Comodo on a while ago and I like it. I was a little confused about the sandbox but now I understand it. I use my browser in the sandbox when I'm on "questionable" sites.
Kirk M
21 Nov 2010, 12:16
I dual boot Windows 7 64 bit and Linux Mint 10 ("Julia" 64 bit), Mint being my primary OS. For Windows however, I've been using both Avast! anti-virus suite (free) and the Comodo Firewall (only) together and both are more effective and a bit less resource intensive than MS Security Essentials plus the built in Windows Firewall.

For the linux Mint side of things, I run the standalone, on demand version of Bit Defender to scan my email profile (Thunderbird) on a regular basis basically for the benefit of Windows users that I send mail to and my Home directory mainly to make sure certain non-repository downloads (including images) are virus free since I often send these downloads to friends of mine who are looking for a certain program, background or code (PHP, JS, etc). The code is for those folks who are running WordPress powered sites and I'm often called to help work out troublesome bugs and such.
22 Nov 2010, 17:59
I'm just a stay at home retired guy, rather than someone who claims any special knowledge about anything. I had IBM with DOS and it ran wonderfully. I replaced that with a PC with Windows and it ran horribly. 5 years ago my wife brought home an iMac and it has never given us one blue screen--ever. (We pay for Norton; but so far, that has been wasted money.) So why would I want to go back to Windows, when the iUniverse--iMac, iPods, iLaptop, iPhone 4, and now iPad--work so well?
just a reader
22 Nov 2010, 19:13
mac is a good OS for non-power users. power users will get far, far more out of windows. same goes for iphone vs. android, power users who are willing to WORK a little on their product will see a better end result than those who want a simple click and use product. it took me awhile, but now my samsung captivate beats the shit out of my friends iphone 4, both in hardware specs and in the way it runs. my windows 7 is customized, boots up in 10 seconds to login scren (then another 4 secs to load startup things). i know how to configure these, but a mac is better for those who cant (or are too lazy to try and learn) how to optimize and keep their PC running smoothly.

in short, it all comes down to your PC knowledge- if you know what you are doing, and arent afraid of "adventuring" a little, windows is better than mac. if you want something that will do basic things and run fine out of the box, go for mac.

Linux does beat both- except for one issue- no real problem-free gaming. :(
22 Nov 2010, 19:52
Just some comments to the above.
Mark your mac will never give you a blue screen nor will linux it is impossible for them to do so as the blue screen hasnt been programmed into them knowing microsoft they probably have a patent on it lol.

Just a reader.
Although most of your points make sense your leaving out a few key factors MACs are much better then windows for video/ audio editing/creating also for those who dont know how to configure their computer windows is better as its more of a "dumb dumb" os basically made for your average idiot rather then someone more advanced like linux.
but i agree whole heartedly about your final comment lnux puts both to shame if only it could game well
just a reader
22 Nov 2010, 20:12
i have heard that too, but it can all be done cheaper on a PC. for $1200 you can buy an amazing computer or order a custom one that will stomp a mac. the software you use will normally even run much better. i have never used software for that personally, but going on what i know are facts- better hardware will allow it to perform better- it would be much more cost-efficient on windows.

and i disagree, all of apple's products are designed for dumb-dumbs. the iphone- limited, but so that it will work flawlessly for the few things it does. windows is capable of more, but you have to know how to make it do those things. my computer illiterate teacher's first computer is a macbook pro, he can use it significantly easier than even windows 7. that's lately been apple's focus- the people who don't know the difference between L3 or L2 cache, they just want their PC to do what they want without having to screw with it. you can run a mac with no AV as long as you dont look at porn, download unknown torrents, or click on every damn popup you see. the GUI may take a little to get used to for a windows user, but it is inherently easier to use for most people. but, that's its downfall- its simplicity and incompatibility limits its usefulness for power users. but, you cant have both.
23 Nov 2010, 08:24

I have to say I disagree with you about the audio\video stuff on a Mac. I did some IT work for a friend that runs a movie editing and music studio. He originally had a few macs to do his editing and they ran fine. When he lost a couple of machines to hardware failure he had to go to Windows pcs because of cost. We found that the software runs perfectly (actually better)on those machines. He has since totally switched to windows machines, saved money and is a happier man.
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