Re: win7 security software?

Gerald Levy

In addition to MSE, Malware Bytes still works in Windows 7.  There is a company called 0 Patch that intends to continue providing security updates for Windows 7 through 2023 for $25.99 a year, but according to a few members of another list who have tried installing it, it is not very accessible. And I think only enterprise customers can continue to receive security updates from Microsoft at additional annual cost. I don't think home users can sign up for this service.


On 1/18/2020 9:04 PM, Gene wrote:
MSEE will continue to receive updates for Windows 7 users. If that is your concern, you need do nothing.  If you want to take other precautions, I don’t know how much it costs nor who will provide the service, but one or more companies, maybe Microsoft among them, is providing updates if you pay for the service.
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Sent: Saturday, January 18, 2020 7:51 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] win7 security software?
hello all,
as certainly for the foreseeable, I plan to continue using win7, now that no more security updates will be forthcoming, I think I need to find some other security software to keep my machine hopefully protected from hacking, viruses, spy and malware, etc.
such software would need to be fully accessible, preferably with window-eyes, or if not, definitely with NVDA.
if possible it also shouldn't get in the way of the programs I already use which access the internet for what ever reason.
any ideas please?
as previously I have relied on MS security essentials and windows security updates, so haven't really had to think about this before.
I am not bothered if the software is free or paid, the major priorities here, are that it does the job, does it well, is accessible, and hopefully continues to do the job well and accessibly.

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