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    Community Admin BrotherTobious's Avatar
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    I am still using ESET



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    Quote Originally Posted by DannagE View Post
    Just noticed my Bitdefender expired when I was away so I need to renew too :o
    Ever had any problems with Bitdefender when running online games? Mine kept crashing PUBG!

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    I use Webroot and it even has a gaming version.

    I support 2500 machines running it and have hardly any issues with it. It has a very light client so the end user impact is very small

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    I've been bad and just use Windows Defender. It's the worst/best/average each year in the surveys and never/always/sometimes recommended. But it is free so probably isn't/is/might be worth the price I paid for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikep1212 View Post
    Ever had any problems with Bitdefender when running online games? Mine kept crashing PUBG!
    I believe this happened to a few of my friends a while ago when we were all running Bitdefender and it turned out to only be happening in the free version because something wasn't updated

    I've renewed with a key from CJS keys - https://www.cjs-cdkeys.com/products/...wnload%29.html

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    Windows defender and Malwarebytes Pro. Plus all the normal - update and patch everything, multifactor authentication, password manager stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TeaLeaf View Post
    I've been bad and just use Windows Defender.
    This and common sense is all you need.

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