Buying Guide The best privacy software packages will keep your browsing and PC usage private, for added security.
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Review McAfee Total Protection 2021 brings some great quality of life fixes and future facing updates, while retaining that solid core that makes it a top antivirus choice.
Review SensiGuard is strong for encryptions, but has an outdated feel, and it's slow to process the files you're securing.
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Review IdentityForce UltraSecure + Credit is a market-leading ID theft protection package, and the Family options are great for covering all your loved ones.
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REVIEW Identity Protect by Intelius provides mixed results for identity protection, but don’t dismiss it just yet.
REVIEW ID Watchdog is evolving into a competitive identity theft protection service, but has yet to stack up to the biggest players.
Review TruthFinder's search results are surprisingly accurate, although the user experience wasn't our favorite.
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Review VIPRE Advanced Security is a serious contender for the title of apex predator in the world of antivirus software.
Review Trend Micro Antivirus Plus Security offers great protection, but slows down your computer and comes with very few extras.
Review F-Secure is barebones when it comes to extras, but as an thoroughbred antivirus it's hard to beat.
Review Avast is the best free antivirus software there is, but the paid options don't quite match up against the competition.
Versus Does Avast's free software live up to its paid-for big brother? Or do you really need to pay?