Anyone Willing To Buy Quickheal Total Security

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I Want To Buy Quickheal Total Security (3 Years)…
But Single User Price Is Too High, So If Anyone Willing To Buy Quickheal Total Security With Me Then Pls Comment…

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For how much are you getting the license?

And how much for single license?

I usually buy directly from a distributor.if comes cheaper because of multi user worth checking

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The query should be: why do you even want to buy quickheal? Last time I heard they were simply rebranding bitdefender antivirus engine & selling it under their brand name with some extra bells & whistles which btw don’t have any contribution to increasing security & is still weaker than bitdefender own antivirus engine as they don’t sell the core parts of their antivirus engine. Just buy bitdefender or kaspersky but first install their trial version to see how they perform on your pc(must as no antivirus performs the same on all PC).

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I have Max secure Total security 1 year for PC….I have got it for free during laptop purchase….never used…want to get let me know…I will give it for free…

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SparkRockerz wrote:

I have Max secure Total security 1 year for PC….I have got it for free during laptop purchase….never used…want to get let me know…I will give it for free…

I wouldn’t use it even if you pay me for using it. smile

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dharmanath481 wrote:

For how much are you getting the license?

And how much for single license?

I usually buy directly from a distributor.if comes cheaper because of multi user worth checking

Online Price For 3 Years 2351…

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Everyone will hate me for saying this:
But Windows Defender has improved a lot and is sufficient to keep viruses away from your pc. (unless you regularly visit those shady websites and use pirated softwares)

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shoaibmax wrote:

Everyone will hate me for saying this:
But Windows Defender has improved a lot and is sufficient to keep viruses away from your pc. (unless you regularly visit those shady websites and use pirated softwares)

I hate to give gyan but understand this.

There are different a/v for different applications.
for corporates it’s Norton av its designed for sysadmin to manage updates locally quickly and without wasting internet bandwidth.

Quickheal for Indian shops. A lot of people use pen drives for safe data transfer whether printing, publishers, transfer of sensitive files, accounting, large drawing, animations, video editing, photo editing, designing assignments.

Nothing pirated about it. While viruses in that business environment are different than corporate or home uses.

For rest who don’t want to pay there are cheap and free a/v options which are equally good.

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SparkRockerz wrote:

I have Max secure Total security 1 year for PC….I have got it for free during laptop purchase….never used…want to get let me know…I will give it for free…

Waahiyaat antivirus, i used but it slow down the pc and wont provide any security. I have three spared key never used.
Using K7, its awesome.

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shoaibmax wrote:

Everyone will hate me for saying this:
But Windows Defender has improved a lot and is sufficient to keep viruses away from your pc. (unless you regularly visit those shady websites and use pirated softwares)

Read a latest news. It says window defender can be used to download file. It means it can host virus. Now u will be scared to use it.

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My antivirus ranking after long usage :
1. K7 total security(INDIAN)
fast and secure
2. KASPERSKY (NEVER GET INFECTED)
3. Bit defender : It is good but not recommended for dual core laptops.
4.Nod : reasonable security

5. Rest i didnot used

Worst:. Max secure, avira, avast.

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Superbdeal wrote:

Read a latest news. It says window defender can be used to download file. It means it can host virus. Now u will be scared to use it.

I’ve read it. It doesn’t mean it can host virus. It can only be used to download a virus just like any program on your pc. This was newsworthy only because it’s weird that an antivirus was able to download a virus file. Tldr; there’s nothing to be scared of.

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dharmanath481 wrote:

I hate to give gyan but understand this.

An antivirus can only save you if the virus gets detected. It is better to use a more secure OS like Mac or Linux than being at the mercy of antivirus databases. (If you’re in a corporate environment)

These autorun.exe viruses from usb drives were troublesome in the Windows Xp/7 era. Try infecting any modern pc with a usb drive and see how windows defender comes to action.
Moreover, I rarely see anyone using pen drives at shops. It’s 2020 and most of the data is transferred over the internet.

Free antivirus software is loaded with gimmicky features like Pc Tuneup(slows down your pc), Safe Browsing(collects your browsing data and sells it), Email Scanner (again collects sensitive data), and most annoying Ads.

https://www.av-test.org/en/antivirus/home-wi...s/ (see how well it scores against the paid antivirus mentioned here)

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@shoaibmax is correct, at this point in time, Defender is more than sufficient for the Average end user, Organizations themselves have shifted towards Defender, a lot of the clients have switched over to windows Defender.

AV providers themselves have moved out of the standard AV and into Internet Security and now into VPNs and Secure access.

You can have the best AV and if you’re dumb enough to download a shady app/plugins then you’re bound to have an issue.

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never paid for stuff on internet ; antivirus ke liye apun to AVG pe hi trust karte hai

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Don’t mean to scare you, but AVG is bought over by AVAST who ran into a lot of issues for sharing user data with other 3rd party companies.

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