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Hi guys,

A colleague referred me to ebay to purchase eset nod32 to make the antivirus more powerful than the antivirus built into windows 10 version 4. Then I came across two things :

1) that purchase from ebay is illegal 

2) It could be that nod32 will cause me computer problems when it intersects with the existing antivirus

Can you please give your taste on the subject?

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1. ESET has a representative office in Israel.

A representative on her behalf even commented here more than once.

It is possible to act according to simple logic -

If software costs x money in the company itself and the network offers it at a tenth of the price,

So something is wrong.

It's like the intricacies with 10 for 30 shekels.

 

2. You have been answered before .....

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1. ESET has a representative office in Israel.

A representative on her behalf even commented here more than once.

Has a court ruling been brought on the subject, or the opinion of the company itself?

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Hi, I understand from you that the eset is unnecessary since the built-in does the job. Some of you have said that there are other programs that can be used when there is something specific suspicious. I talked to today Who added that installing eset could be problematic for windows 10 and intersect with various operating instructions and thus slow down the operation of windows

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come on !

Microsoft has a lot of work to do 10 Before the "Problems" 

That will cause eset to speed up windows .....  😊

Fortunately, and differentiate the situation in windows 7 and in fact also in the beginning 10,

Built into the latest versions of 10 has been much better,

So as mentioned, except for extreme scenarios, no further antivirus is needed.

 

Another software that gives another layer of protection against ransomware, and also free,

You can download from here -

http://m.majorgeeks.com/files/details/cybereason_ransomfree.html

 

It's not the most up to date, but better than nothing .....

 

And most importantly, as has been said

"The best antivirus, it's the head!" 

Do not open suspicious / unfamiliar things and all sorts

Wins on promotions and other vegetables.

And of course back up external drives important drivers.

Of course the drive must not be permanently connected to the computer.

 

This. Successfully !

 

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You have the option to download ESET ONLINE SCCANER, it scans your computer including external devices, and brains itself completely after scanning, it is a reusable and legal free tool on their behalf.


Also unnecessary.

The downside of what you offered and the like - 

The scan requires initiative and it does not 

Is in the operating system regularly and partners.

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Also unnecessary.

The downside of what you offered and the like - 

The scan requires initiative and it does not 

Is in the operating system regularly and partners.

 

Subjective.

For me it is a huge advantage that no antivirus that is worth anything, maybe even opens the discussion.

For a few years I used NOD32, canceled its initiated scans that weighed on my computer, and canceled active protection for the same reason.

Active protection is one thing, and system cleanliness is another.

 

Maybe after what she heard from Microsoft she would like the solution I offered, and maybe not, but I offered.

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For protocol after considerable years of use with NOD32, I did not encounter an intersection with Win10.

As the saying goes ^^^ Windows Defender detects an external antivirus and turns itself off independently and proactively, so I did not understand what you rattled on the phone.

Since of course it slows down the startup of the computer, in order to activate its operation when the system starts up, not something intolerable.

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