Kaspersky est l'antivirus souvent utiliser par les techniciens informatiques pour faire les nettoyages et les ayant tous testés il est pour moi le plus efficace. Son seul défaut est qu'il plombe un peu les ordinateurs n'étant pas assez puissant. Il contrôle tous vos clics et à donc tendance à ralentir un peu l'ouverture des pages et logiciels. Mais après c'est un choix personnel. Les antivirus plus légers sont pour moi moins performant en sécurité.
Excellente soirée. 😀
It depends on what you need it for. For example: if you do online banking, then you will need an antivirus software that protects you while using online banking. It also depends on your pc - if it has low specs, you will need to choose a lightweight solution. I recommend Kaspersky for protecting children while they're online or for safe online banking. Please note that Windows 10 already comes with Windows Defender - a lightweight antivirus. With all antivirus software, it is recommended by loads of people to have Malwarebytes Premium (an extra added layer of security for 0 day attacks and protection on the web). So if you're using Windows 10, the recommended antivirus is to use Windows Defender (it comes built in - it is automatically registered in WAC) and Malwarebytes Premium (do not register it in WAC).
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I like Avast because of the Boot Scan. Granted, no antivirus software is perfect, but as long a windows is up and running, infections will be running. In windows as long as a program (infection) is running, then it's locked and cannot be removed. The process has to be killed before it can be deleted. Linux (mentioned earlier) don't care about stuff like that. If you want to delete a running kernel you can. :-)
That's the beauty of the avast boot scan. Nothing running, nothing locked.
In my opinion I would have to go with Avast Antivirus. It's totally free and it has the ability to boot scan before windows starts so none of the files are locked and are easily removed. Avast is the only antivirus I've seen with that option. On my system, I only use the file shield. By disabling the rest the system keeps it's performance. If you find your system is infected and depending on your Linux ability, you may want to create a boot CD or Flashdrive using knoppix http://www.knopper.net and do a scan with ClamAV.
Are you saying Avast is the best Antivirus solution for a PC or for a Linux server?
Since at the end you mentioned ClamAv which is a Linux based (server side) Anti virus or Anti spam thing. Just wondering?
For installation on an MS Based PC, I'm a fan of Avast, because of the features previously mentioned but for scanning under Linux (either from a Live Distro or on a server), then ClamAV is a very nice solution.
The Best Antivirus is not to use Microsoft PCs at all :)
Seriously, switch to Linux based OS and be free of MS based Viruses and and it is also free. Sure will take some time to get used to, but it is worth it.
Lets keep in mind that most of the Viruses happen on Microsoft PCs. Well all of them. So lets not forget Microsoft Antivirus solutions, after all who better than MS to know the holes in their software which lets Hackers in. And OTN, this software from MS maybe just the ticket: