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MalwareBytes
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Bitdefender Total Security 2018
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Would suggest including ESET as I've used them for the past 4 years and still running fine.
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looks great so far good job man here's some rep
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You got a nice list going so far. Can't wait to see some more
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Malwarebytes is the way to go!
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Malwearebytes is really good, it has an easy to use interface and is very reliable.

I'm currently using Malwearebytes + Norton (paid).
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Malwarebytes is the way to go. I'm still using the free version and even the free version is amazing! May have to purchase myself a subscription.

Your choice for number 2 seems a little odd to me. I hated BitDefender
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I used to run MalwareBytes but not anymore as I use the paid description for Hitman Pro. Never heard of Kaspersky interesting!
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Would be benifical to show actuall real world graphs ect. There are some out there which are done monthly which shows which is "best" for that month // year.

Other than that, not bad.
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ESET is a great AV. I personally use Bitdefender and Superantispyware
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