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McAfee Internet Security 2013 Review

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SpiderOak review

Every backup service worth its salt uses encryption to keep your data safe from snoops, but Spider­Oak goes one step further by promising to keep your data private from its own employees. Although you still should use common sense in choosing what to upload to any service, I believe that SpiderOak is one of the best secure online backup options available.
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WinPatrol 2012 review

The latest version of WinPatrol, a free security utility that serves as a virtual guard dog for your Windows PC, helps make the Web feel a whole lot safer than the scary place it can often seem. The 2012 version offers new ways to protect you from malware that's particularly tricky, but unfortunately, one of its key new features is only available in the $30 Plus version.
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GetCocoon review

The Web is a scary place. Between the advertisers looking to follow your every move, hackers eyeing your passwords, and viruses threatening to ruin your PC, it's enough to make you swear off surfing forever. Or, you could just download Cocoon, a browser add-on for Internet Explorer and Firefox that helps you browse the Web and an iPhone app.
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Trend Micro Titanium Internet Security 2012 review

If you’re looking for a suite with a load of features, Trend Micro Titanium Internet Security 2012 (£49.95 for one year and three PCs) isn’t for you. But if you need a set-and-forget suite that will keep your PC reasonably safe, it may be the right choice.
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Kaspersky Internet Security 2012 review

Kaspersky Internet Security 2012 (£49.99 for one year and three PCs) placed fourth in a recent survey of 2012 security suites. Although it finished outside the top three, it's a solid all-around suite that will do an effective job at keeping you safe.
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