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Old October 29, 2010, 12:47 PM
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TBH, yes you can run multiple AVs but most users do not need to do it.
You are much better off running ONE AV (nod32, kasper, MSE, avira, etc) and ONE AM/AS program such as malwarebytes (paid FULL version). then 2 AV and no anti-malware/anti-spyware programs. :)

I personally use Avira + malwarebytes on some systems. On others I use nod32 + malwarebytes, and on one system I run a copy of windows INSIDE a sandbox (vmware) for when Im doing "interesting" things. ;)
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