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Comment by JPHUF on [FREEBIE] Kaspersky AntiVirus is Now Free (July 28, 2017 06:37 AM)
Thanks for another interesting article & food for thought. But, my rant is not so much about that Kaspersky AV is Russian, or possibly in bed with t...
Comment by Russ on [FREEBIE] Kaspersky AntiVirus is Now Free (July 28, 2017 03:01 AM)
I'm not sure ANY Anti-Virus software today will . protect anybody against aggressive virii. AV software best protects us against virus attacks from th...
Comment by RandiO on [FREEBIE] Kaspersky AntiVirus is Now Free (July 28, 2017 12:50 AM)
OpenSource (a real "FREEBIE"] password-manager program called KeePass had the following at their masthead (2006/10/16): "Is it really free? >> Yes, K...
Comment by Denis on [FREEBIE] Kaspersky AntiVirus is Now Free (July 28, 2017 12:32 AM)
I was always been very happy with Kaspersky AV and regard it as the best of the paid ones that I have used. I follow Bob's advice and currently use Av...
Comment by Bill Knowles on [FREEBIE] Kaspersky AntiVirus is Now Free (July 28, 2017 12:25 AM)
Bob, I will be curious as to any responses you give in a future posting about this being a Russian based company....
Comment by Elwood P. Dowd on [FREEBIE] Kaspersky AntiVirus is Now Free (July 27, 2017 11:59 PM)
Butch: I passed along your best regards to Harvey and he's deeply touched that you remembered him. RandiO: Good calls on Maslow's Hammer and "more is...
Comment by RandiO on [FREEBIE] Kaspersky AntiVirus is Now Free (July 27, 2017 11:43 PM)
@CarolShin, I am venturing to guess that most readers here are American citizens. I take it personal when you start bad mouthing my country in this wa...
Comment by Lady Fitzgerald on [FREEBIE] Kaspersky AntiVirus is Now Free (July 27, 2017 11:35 PM)
@Carol Shin Get your head out of the sand. There is plenty evidence of Russian meddling; it's been going on for years. Yes, the U.S. is just about as ...
Comment by Carol Shin on [FREEBIE] Kaspersky AntiVirus is Now Free (July 27, 2017 11:21 PM)
Pretty sad to see so many comments here proving that propaganda works. So even the 'smart' ones... the DP types - fall for it. Have you seen ANY EVID...
Comment by RandiO on [FREEBIE] Kaspersky AntiVirus is Now Free (July 27, 2017 10:47 PM)
As an electronics engineer (for many decades), I have [NOT] been using Kaspersky. As an experienced PC user (circa IBM PC XT), I have [NEVER] solely r...

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