In the market to replace my paid version of AVG Internet Security. From a pure price stand point, it just doesn't make sense to pay the higher price they now charge. I have all the free programs, MSE, Malewarebytes, Spybot, etc, but the desire is to have the additional features that AVG Internet Security has in addition to the antivirus, spam filtering and firewall.
I am looking really at two different programs, BitDefender Total Security 2012 and Kaspersky Pure 2.0 Total Security. I am currently using a business version of Bit Defender at work, so I know the company is decent. Since this is for a home remedy, I am weighing my options. What are the thoughts on both programs. Since both have heuristic scanning capabilities I really don't see a downfall to either. The footprint at first install seems lightweight, but after some time of use I am not sure how both will react.
Thanks for any insight.
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