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About JaqueClarke

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  1. Have been through several different AV programs - freeware, paid, trial - you name it... but keep going back to MWB. Even when I was using the snazzy AVs I kept MWB in the background and used redundantly - it never clashed with my other programs other than one when it hit on some PUPs it was using. When I quarantined the PUPs the program I'd just paid $25 to "upgrade" uninstalled itself and vanished! Now I just use the "Defender" thing that came with W-10 on occasion, but trust MWB considerably more. Too bad I can't get MWB for this Linux OS!
  2. thanks - I had a feeling that Linux is vulnerable - thats why I want to look into an AV program. Was hoping that MWB had one available as I really like and have used it quite a while now - but apparently that ain't happenin', is it? Sophos looks pretty good, but I don't see Zorin listed a a supported distro. Will the Sophos AV work on Zorin (64 bit)? Would I be better off installing another distro? Would I be able to keep my settings and data? Is there a distro that acts more like W-XP or at least W-7? My TS guy said Zorin was the closest thing to XP out there but I'm
  3. Conventional wisdom suggests that Linux is immune from malware, hacks etc. but as it's popularity increases won't the gremlins start coming up with malicious code to attack it too? Is an anti virus utility even necessary for the Linux OS - and if so does MWB currently have or intends to develop a program for it? Currently running the ZORIN distro.
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