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Symantec Endpoint Protection, NOD32 or Kaspersky?

Asked by anonyjelly16 (739 points ) March 12th, 2008

I’ve been running NOD32 for a few days and like it a lot. However, Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) offers a very low memory footprint as well. Should I pick one of these two? Should I try Kaspersky? I am looking only for an Antivirus solution and not really firewall etc.

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iceblu's avatar

This is gonna sound weird, but do you torrents or limewire at all? Because, NOD32 is great for that and general virus protection, im my personal opinion. (SEP), i haven’t tried yet, so i cant tell you anything about it, on the other hand, kaspersky is also nice, its more user friendly, but not as powerful as NOD32

P1nk_D3ath's avatar

I like bitdefender Internet security 2008

RandomMrdan's avatar

I’d stick with NOD32. I’ve been using it for nearly 2 years, and I think they’re one of the few that will give you free upgrades to the newest version they put out each year with just a subscription.

And like iceblu said, it’s great for anyone who torrents, or uses an Peer to Peer downloading because of how it pro-actively will scan anything you do or download as oppose to scheduled maintenance.

patg7590's avatar

I work at a computer place and we sell both NOD and Kaspersky
I personally would go with NOD.
I’ve never had problems with either. I just like NOD better.

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