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<I>Consumer Reports</i> rates desktop security applications

Consumer Reports rates desktop security applications

The September issue of Consumer Reports features the organization's analysis of popular desktop security applications. For Internet security suites, Consumer Reports agrees with CNET, recommending ZoneAlarm Internet Security 6.5, and for the best antivirus/antispyware combination, again CR echoes CNET high praise for Trend Micro PC-cillin Internet Security 2006. To read the full list of recommended software, however, you'll have to pick up a copy at your local newsstand or be a subscriber to view the articles online.