It's not up to us to suggest you should skimp on your computer security, but there are a wide range of free security packages on the market. You can find free anti-virus, anti-spyware and personal firewalls, most from leading security developers. You can quite easily build your own security suite, from collecting these free modules. However, should you really skimp on your security by refusing to pay for your updates? Surely with commercial software they're always on the case, seeking out updates against the latest threats?
ClamWin 0.90.1 is a free anti-virus tool that's produced by open-source developers. This has both advantages and disadvantages. Indeed, ClamWin doesn't even include a real-time scanning engine, so if you want to check for a virus, you need to manually run a system check.
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