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    Quote Originally Posted by logan View Post
    im in west yellowstone right now, ill be in idaho tomorrow. im not sure exactly where though
    Any sheep out that way logan???

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    I always used AVG but AVG is so over-programmed that it is basically a virus so now I use Avast. I recently bought Kaspersky and it works great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by srice425 View Post
    ok, it sounds like i need microsoft sec. ess. thx for the info. should i get the malwarebytes to run when i download addons for the games? or should MSE get those too.
    Key Features


    • Comprehensive malware protection

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    Don't know if your still looking for a anti virus program but if your getting caught out with key loggers to do with WOW then I would suggest you buy the Blizzard account authenticator its not very exspensive to buy and it adds an extra layer of security to your account as it gives you random 6 diget number that is linked to your dongle and you link that to your account.

    If you still want a antivirus then I use Vipre and it seems to be a good antivirus program and doesn't seem to hog system resources.

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    Avast is awesome, used it for 2 years, but I would also recommend pandasecurity's antivirus. The new cloud thing is awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KIPPER View Post
    Where in Montana.

    I will be up in that part of the country shortly. Was stationed at MSU in Bozeman teaching ROTC in the early 70s while in the Army. ****, I am giving my age away here.
    Kip, He at Bomeback Mountain. You should have known.

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