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nekrosoft13
01-24-07, 03:54 PM
alright i thought it would be a good idea to make a thread about Vista security programs (AV, Firewall, spyware etc..)

Which programs are compatible with Vista?

Tygerwoody
01-24-07, 03:59 PM
Vista ? Security? Naw. Vista doesn't need extra security. The DreamScene background will fend off any attackers.

evilghost
01-24-07, 04:10 PM
Which programs are compatible with Vista?

AFAIK just about every piece of malware should have no problems running. Blacklist style definition based security is worthless, consider using a whitelist approach, I know 'Fista has some software that does it.

evilchris
01-24-07, 04:11 PM
evilghost sure is panic trolling over Vista....

I stab at thee, Bill Gates!!

nekrosoft13
01-24-07, 04:26 PM
AFAIK just about every piece of malware should have no problems running. Blacklist style definition based security is worthless, consider using a whitelist approach, I know 'Fista has some software that does it.

why don't you just get your self locked up in some basement with your penguin friends

Goran
01-24-07, 04:42 PM
Norton Internet Security 2007 is now released in a updated version for Vista. I know many dislike Norton products, but I have used them for many years and have only good experience.

balex99
01-24-07, 04:51 PM
The latest version of Avast AV will work with Vista. It is working just fine on Vista RC2.

nekrosoft13
01-24-07, 04:51 PM
i had bad experience with NIS few months ago, at work we have Symantec Client Security, yes i know its the same company, but symantec brand programs are better

evilghost
01-24-07, 06:15 PM
evilghost sure is panic trolling over Vista....

I stab at thee, Bill Gates!!

When you call in to active your copy of Vista go ahead and pay for the extra $100 for the over-the-phone baptism by Bill.

Redeemed
01-24-07, 06:22 PM
When you call in to active your copy of Vista go ahead and pay for the extra $100 for the over-the-phone baptism by Bill.

It wont cost you $100 to activate a legit copy of Vista. That is merely the penguin-humpers trying to convince others not to get Vista.

Me, I'm paying about $250 for the Ultimate upgrade. :D

evilchris
01-24-07, 06:27 PM
When you call in to active your copy of Vista go ahead and pay for the extra $100 for the over-the-phone baptism by Bill.

My copy cost $0 and activated in 1 second over the Internet.

http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=83674

saturnotaku
01-24-07, 06:38 PM
It wont cost you $100 to activate a legit copy of Vista. That is merely the penguin-humpers trying to convince others not to get Vista.

I love it when Linux Nation gets its panties in a twist. Were it feasible, I'd deliver the check for my copy of Vista to Bill Gates himself.

Redeemed
01-24-07, 06:40 PM
I love it when Linux Nation gets its panties in a twist. Were it feasible, I'd deliver the check for my copy of Vista to Bill Gates himself.

:lol:

Not sure I'd go that far, but yeah.

saturnotaku
01-24-07, 06:42 PM
Not sure I'd go that far, but yeah.

Hence why I said "were it feasible." ;)

evilghost
01-24-07, 08:45 PM
Would you guys also fellatio Bill should you ever meet him?

evilchris
01-24-07, 11:14 PM
Would you guys also fellatio Bill should you ever meet him?
Would you Linus?

LORD-eX-Bu
01-25-07, 12:47 AM
NOD32 FTW!

Rakeesh
01-25-07, 11:57 AM
Would you Linus?

Actually Linus Torvolds is a pretty good guy, its those two fat long bearded hippies Richard Stalin and Alan "eat teh" Cox that are the leaders of the communist wing of the open source scene.