Joey Alarilla writes about and praises NOD32 in Inquirer.
Ok well and good. NOD32 boasts of several advatanges (faster scanning, lower memory footprint) but, personally, I can’t see why anyone will have to pay for an anti-virus package. Try avast or AVG. Both have free versions that do the job. I also still have to try the open-source ClamAV. In the world of security tools, open-source will always beat proprietary tools—the more transparent the software is to the greater population, the more secure it becomes.