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  • 3 ISSUES RESOLVED
  • 128 TOTAL REVIEWS
  • $12.1K CLAIMED LOSSES
  • $243 AVERAGE LOSS
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  • Good product 5
  • Malwarebytes was great until is kept malfunctioning 2
  • It intercepts some malicious websites 2
  • Free 2
  • Thinking i was getting for 1299 1

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  • 135 TOTAL REVIEWS
  • $83.6K CLAIMED LOSSES
  • $1.5K AVERAGE LOSS
1.5
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  • Bullying customer service reps 2
  • Running my computer like it was made in the 80s 1
  • Product 1

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  • Price3
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It is not a question of which one. You can run both at the same, and each covers different things.

I run both on my Windows 7 machine. Norton is supplied as part of my Comcast Internet subscription at no extra cost. I decided I had to have something better after I accidently typed in youtibe-dot-com instead of youtube.com and a screen came up claiming to be a ransomware screen. It locked my browser.

It took at least an hour to figure out it was not real ransomware, but just some JavaScript trick or something. Why didn't Norton catch it? So I got MalwareBytes 3 Premium and have been using it ever since. When a website gets flagged, it is most often by MalwareBytes.

Nevertheless I keep Norton AV running since it is free and runs scans on downloaded files much faster than MalwareBytes.

On the latest Windows 10, Microsoft's built-in AV is now almost as good as the other AV products, so that is all the traditional AV I run on my wife's W-10 machine. I do run MalwareBytes on her machine.