Misc

Antivirus recommendations for home use

* Avira Antivirus is one good option. It comes one free version for home use.
* McAfee. http://shop.mcafee.com/products/TotalProtectionForSmallBusiness.aspx?site=us&pid=TOPSB&cid=MFE-1103
* I have been using the free version of Avast for the past two years on two computers w/o any issues. Link to freeware version http://www.avast.com/free-antivirus-download. You will need to register it at their website after installation. The license is free for one year, after which it can be renewed again for free.
* I use microsoft security essentials. Its very light weight. http://www.microsoft.com/security_essentials/
* I have been using AVG free version. It is one of the best. http://free.avg.com/ww-en/download-avg-anti-virus-free
* U may try this. http://www.clamwin.com/
* http://antivirus.comodo.com/ This is a good one, see reviews.
* I think free version is not as good as paid version. JUST MY POINT OF VIEW AND EXPERIENCE. You can try kaspersky. http://www.kaspersky.com/ Home single user you can get around 400 per year. I got home 3 user license for around 1000.
* Nothing is free in this world. Kaspersky is one of the best and now the 3 user license is available for 550.
* If you are bored with traditional client based antivirus and antispyware products, you can try cloud based products,
* McAfee Total Protection Service v5.0.0
* Trend Micro TRVProtect v8 SP1
* Panda Cloud Office Protection v5.04.01
Trend Micro's pricing model is the simplest: $58 a year per desktop for a single version of OfficeScan and all of the product's features. This price includes two desktop licenses — one for the software itself and one to manage it. (These licenses aren't bundled because of how cloud software is installed and activated.)

McAfee Total Protection has four differently priced versions:
* Basic: Antivirus, antispyware, desktop firewall and basic Web-surfing protection ($35/yr.)
* Extended: Basic plus Web filtering and vulnerability scanner ($44/yr.)
* Advanced: Extended plus email protection and email server protection ($60/yr.)
* Software-as-a-service email protection only ($26/yr.)

Although the Panda website is a confusing mish-mash of products and prices, basically there are two options: You can purchase just the Cloud Office Protection for $55 per year, or you can pay $62 per year for a bundle of all three cloud versions.

Traditional client/server antivirus products are in the same price range as these cloud-based services. (Symantec, for five licenses, ranges from $24 to $35 per license.) Therefore, there is no cost advantage to purchasing the cloud-based products at this time.
* Can also look at Spyware Doctor(r) with AntiVirus 2010 for Windows(r). When compared with other sellers, rediff.com price was considerably less.

Notary

There is a notary in thippasandra backside of a bank… I forgot the name of the bank, maybe bank of commerce. His name is D.K. Prakash, landline 2525 4564, mobile 94487 03920

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