Re: NVDA with Spybot and Mozilla
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Why are you not happy with the Microsoft solution?toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I'm assuming that, like myself you have Windows 7.
One thing is for sure, nothing will stop you getting infected 100 percent. Its all a trade off, Much can be done by being wary what you click on or open and hence no matter how good a solution is, they will all have issues of either being too invasive, slowing down the machine or not spotting things.
There is no magic bullet even if you pay.
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From: "David Russell" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "nvda" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, November 12, 2018 8:23 PM
Subject: [nvda] NVDA with Spybot and Mozilla
To follow up with Gene and others:
I am using FF version fifty-two presently.
Again, I want to stay with this, and turn off the occasional notices
to update to FF 63 or whatever the numeric. I am not sure how to do
that or if I can?
Here is the link implying Spybot 2.7, which is on my computer,
contains anti-virus. My comment follows.
Here comes 2.7 - Spybot Anti-Malware and Antivirus : Spybot Anti ...
May 3, 2018 - This is the new Spybot – Search & Destroy 2.7.64. We are
proud to present a new version of Spybot – Search & Destroy that will
give you not only new features, but better security and faster scans.
Spybot 2.x FAQ
Comment: I am in search of an easy to use AV program and found Avast
difficult to run to install. I am not happy with Microsoft Security
Essentials, and AVG is difficult to update on my own as a blind