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Is ESET antivirus a good choice? Does it cover all my bases?


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I have a friend who is some sort of network tech, recommended ESET antivirus. I don't know anywhere near as much as him about computers in general, so I took his recommendation. It seems to work fine, but I'm not sure I'd know what it looks like if it weren't working.

Can anyone tell me if this is a good choice? I have ESET NOD 32 version 7.bunch of numbers, paid subscription for it. Am I covered for spyware/adaware/malware, whatever other -wares exist?


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ESET detects all kind of threats, including scam, phishing, adware but also potentially unsafe and unwanted applications if you opt for detection.

If you are a home user, I'd recommend purchasing ESET Internet Security or ESET Smart Security Premium (contains also password manager and disk encryption). NOD32 Antivirus would not protect you from RDP brute-froce attacks which is a common infection vector of attackers to gain access to victim's computer and run malware, steal data, etc.

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