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"People tell me, oh well look I use free antivirus because it is free and it protects me from everything in those areas, but when you compare that with what's really going on in the threat landscape, there is a very, very big gap between what antivirus does and the threats that are being delivered today." Hall discusses the threat from drive by downloads via browsers with unpatched security flaws, as well as vulnerabilities in common plug ins, such as Flash players and PDF readers. His argument: Free antimalware programs are so limited that they don't protect in modern ways. Full featured programs, he insists, can stop malware before it even gets installed on your computer. Freeware titles tend to react once the malicious code is in place and starting to do harm. The multiple layers of security found in commercial software does a better job of protecting users, he maintains. Of course, you don't need even a kindergarten diploma to figure out that Hall's being self serving here. In a down economy, people are increasingly looking to cut expenses, and free software certainly has an edge in that regard. Hall's primary target appears to be the recent and very brief beta release of Microsoft Security Essentials, a free antivirus suite due out later this year. It really is a minimalist offering, but for those who are smart about how they use their computers and generally stay away from the darker corners of the Web, it may be all that's needed. And Hall is not completely accurate when he says free antivirus programs don't offer more than basic protection. For example, the popular AVG Free software offers both antivirus and antispyware protection; mail scanning; link scanning that checks Web sites for infection; and instant messaging protection. While that doesn't quite match Norton Internet Security's feature set, it's more than just the minimum. Additional layers of security come at a price often the degradation of PC performance, informational popups and sometimes conflicts with other types of software. To its credit, Symantec is working on this issue. I recently tried Norton 360 3.0, a consumer security suite. It's much less intrusive and resource draining than previous Symantec products. The company has said that the latest version of its flagship, Norton Internet Security, also is friendlier, though I have yet to try it. But there's also the issue of pricing and marketing, beyond the simple fact that Symantec's products aren't free. People tend to resent being constantly pressured for upgrades and subscription renewals. In addition, if you never have a virus or spyware problem, paying an annual fee for security software seems like money thrown away. Google+ Dwight Silverman My first thought was about how you summed it when you said those who are smart about how they use their computers and generally stay away from the darker corners of the Web, it may be all that needed. Staying away from pirate sites and skeezy sites of other sorts goes a long, long way toward keeping a PC clean. Also, I sure read a lot about how people have issues with speed and resource usage from both of the major players, McAfee and Symantec. Not to mention all the other compatibility issues I hear people talk about. Yes, they obviously working to correct that, but, still, these are problems I haven seen or heard about with AVG free version. And, I write that as someone who has McAfee running at home, Symantec products at work and on several friend computers, as well as numerous AVG installs on friends and work computers, too. As Andy said, when Symantec or McAfee comes out with a security suite that isn bloatware AND has less conflicts than the free stuff out there, I will swap over to it. I use avast! (a free anti virus program) for my virus scanning, and use 3 different anti spyware programs (1 only prevents infections, 1 scans for them and prevents, and the last one only scans). Even with all 4 programs running, I have less conflicts with programs and less memory taken up than I would with Norton full suite. And they cost me absolutely nothing. Of course Symantec doesn like free AV products they sell malware. My last experience with a Norton product, several years ago, was that it embeds itself in the OS so that you can get rid of it with any normal Windows software removal tool (like, um, Windows), parts of it that you paid for don install correctly and the only support available is a 900 number that costs a fortune, and it prevents other software from being installed. The worst singular experience I have ever had with a piece of software I wouldn install their stuff on any machine I had any control over, because it evil and destructive. I hope Microsoft wipes the floor with them. I use Aver, Avast, and Avira(my personal favorite) and am pretty happy. I still remember using Mcafee in the 90 when it was just a command line program and it was great over the years it became unusable and horribly bloated. I used to have Norton a few years ago too and at one point got bombarded by spam emails in outlook and the software would freeze up Outlook and only let me download and delete one spam at a time because it was finding malware in them and it got to the point where I uninstalled the whole thing just so i could clear out my mailbox. That was the last I used Norton. Build a better mousetrap and people will be willing to pay. For example, I would like something that doesn take HOURS to scan your computer like AVG, for example. Agree that most of the issues come from either going places you shouldn or some passing you some virus laden warez. The internet is NOT as David Hall paints it, ready to bash you on the head when you stick a toe in. Reminds me of alarm salesmen who job it is to make you think every person driving down the street or passing by your house is someone just waiting to kick your door in! AVG I used it since 1995 as a free version in different PCs great for trojan horse removal, but you must honor the personal home disclaimer and not run it on networked computers. I therefore found malwarebytes anti malware to be a good solution, along with (do a verbatim search in google) by steven gould which removes as much temporary files and/or favorites from different user profiles as you want. Spybot S is a powerful anti spyware free program, and Lavasoft Ad aware is also good. Check your toolbox for these entries and use them along with Disk Cleanup and Defrag and your PC will run like new all the time. Lastly, try LiveOneCare from Microsoft w/o subscribing. Whew! NAV has been bloatware/crpware since their Symantec marriage. I used to trust their stuff when Peter Norton was on the box. On my last experience, I had NAV2007 and wanted to renew the subscription. Online, it was $40. Frys had the new 360 product that included a year for $10 after rebates. I went that way and found that you couldn install just the NAV, you had to install it all. Grey Toe 13s,Image Etiquette Consulting in Miami, Florida. In this clip I'm going to talk about a guide to a weekend packing list. Basically what you need to know is that you need to pack things that are thinner, you should completely avoid like really thicker type of fabrics. You should have your shoes down to three, the one's that you're wearing and two that you're taking to the trip. 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Ruane and Ring were also charged with assault causing harm to Damien Malone at Cherry Tree Avenue, Westport on May 21 last. Both men were drunk at the time of the unprovoked attack where they kicked and punched Mr Malone in the middle of the afternoon. Commenting on the attack on Mr Keane, Judge Tony Hunt said that because of the attack, Mr Keane was left with a visible scar which leaves people to think 'you are some way the aggressor and by definition a trouble maker'. "Mr Keane has been left to carry the can. This injury continues to be the subject of comment and his injury will be there long after Mr Ruane has completed his sentence," he said. Last October, the Court heard the attack took place when a charity boxing competition was taking place in the Castlecourt Hotel on December 2, 2009. Mr Keane was initially attacked by Ruane and Gibbons in the toilet which broke his front dentures. Moments later a second incident took place outside the toilet where Mr Ruane produced a blade and cut him with the blade of a stanley knife. Mr Keane was saturated in blood and almost unrecognisable with his face covered in blood. He explained that following the attack he found it difficult to smile and the tear ducts in his right eye were not working properly which results in tears flowing from them. He said he finds it difficult when people ask him about the scar and gave up his job as a doorman, was drinking heavily and was seeing a counsellor. Mr Ruane has a history of drink and drug abuse and has a number of previous conviction dating back to 2004 and received a two year prison sentence in 2007 for assault causing harm. Ms Mary Rose Gearty, Senior Counsel for Mr Ruane said that at the time of the incident he was attending a course in motor technology and the blade was used for his course. She said that while he has been in custody, he has completed an anger management court and asked the court to be mindful that his probation report said there was room for optimism. Mr Eoin Garavan, BL for Mr Gibbons said his client was sorry for what happened to Mr Keane and accepts he should not have attacked him. He said he was 'easily led' and while he has a drink problem, he has reduced his consumption and has kept out of trouble. Mr Garavan added that he was the full time carer for his mother and uncle. Mr Gibbons has previous convictions for public order but none for assault. In relation to the attack on Mr Malone, the court heard that while he was walking in the estate, he saw Mr Ring kick a dog and he asked him what he was going to do about it. Mr Ring started punching and kicking Mr Malone, who was knocked to the ground and Mr Ruane also joined in the attack. Since the attack, Mr Malone was left with a scar on his forehead and does not want to go out walking. Mr Ring also has a number of previous convictions and was jailed in 2007 for the same offence involving Mr Ruane. Ms Sarah Kate Foley, BL for Mr Ruane said he was deeply remorseful and asked that his sentence would be concurrent with that involving Mr Keane. Ms Ann Marie Courell, BL for Mr Ring said he knew what he did was wrong and had only himself to blame. She said he had problems with drink and drugs but at the moment was drug free. Judge Hunt described this incident as 'very mean and nasty attack on a vulnerable person who has been affected by these serious injuries'. In sentencing, Judge Hunt said that Mr Ruane had gone from a 'considerable nuisance' to a 'considerable danger to others' and was 'prepared to use violence'. He said in his view anyone who brings a knife to a scene of entertainment should serve a period of 'at least five years'. He sentenced Mr Ruane to seven years imprisonment but suspended the final two years on the condition he enters a bond of good behaviour for four years. He added he was unimpressed with his involvement in the attack on Mr Malone considering it took place after the attack on Mr Keane. However, 'with some reluctance' he agreed to deal with it as a concurrent sentence and sentenced him to two years and six months. Judge Hunt told Mr Gibbons that in light of his circumstances he would suspend his sentence but warned him that he was giving him one last chance and if he was convicted again he would 'go to jail in double quick time'. He received a two and a half year sentence which was suspended for three years on the condition he complies with the orders of the probation service for 12 months and does not consume alcohol or drugs. In relation to Mr Ring he said he had a long history of anti social behaviour and had 'little concern if he stayed in prison or not'. He sentenced him to two years and six months imprisonment but suspended the last year for a period of two years on the condition he abstains from alcohol and drugs and refrains from associating with persons known to him with criminal convictions. Mr Ruane's sentence were backdated to October 12, 2010 while Mr Ring's was backdated to September 2. Grey Toe 13s Eagle Creek Park: Located on the northwest side of Indianapolis and includes 5K, 8K, and 10K certified road courses along with an uncertified 7K course that all begin near the beach parking lot. Each course is clearly marked with road signs. The terrain is beautifully varied, flat in places and hilly in others, giving you a fabulous work. There is plenty of wooded scenery to take in along the way and you may even spot a deer or two. There are also many miles of dirt trails for the off roaders. Ask for a map at the gate so you can plan your distances. There is a charge for admission, and opening hours vary according to the time/seasons of year and opening hours vary according to the time/seasons of year. See the recent article Eagle Creek Park Trails. Also, see our recommended Eagle Creek Park 5K loop. Garfield Park: On the near south side of Indianapolis lies this hidden gem of a park with a scenic 1 mile asphalt loop. This running pathway has varied elevation including one good gradient on Pagoda Drive and passes by the flower soaked sunken gardens and conservatory. Broad Ripple Park: A 61 acre park on the northeast side of Indianapolis, bordering the White River, featuring a walking/jogging/running/bicycling and fitness path. This park also connects to the nearby Monon trail for longer mileage runs. Holliday Park: A vast, 94 acre city park located on the north side of Indianapolis with more than 3.5 miles of picturesque trails to take advantage of. See our recommended Holliday Park 1 mile loop, and our video featuring the wooden bridges along a wooded trail. Fort Benjamin Harrison: The park entrance is at the intersection of Post and 59th Street where you can pick up a map of the roads and trails. The Fall Creek Trail is scenic and has a couple of very steep hills. The Lawrence Creek trail has moderately flat terrain and a wide path. The Duck Pond loop has good hills and is paved. If you like this article click the Subscribe button at the top of page Other articles: 2011 Trail events calendar, Indianapolis running events calendar, and Cross country running lets get muddy. Costumed cheerleaders haunt, spook frightfully delight on October sidelinesMany people of all ages enjoy masquerading about in a costume for Halloween. For young ladies, a popular choice throughout the years has been a cheerleader. Green to return this week for Bengals, Bernard ruled out with hip injuryAs one offensive playmaker returns to the lineup for the Cincinnati Bengals, another exits. Green is in, running back Giovani Bernard is out for game against the Jaguars.
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