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  1. Bill
    March 29, 2014 at 8:21 pm

    1. For what it's worth, Drew, it's also not the early-2000's. Symantec is one of the more effective products according to several respected reviewers (e.g., PC Mag, and PC World) and comparative test sites (e.g., 2013 or 2013/Q4 summary reports at av-test.org and dennistechnologylabs.com - skipped for 2013 by av-comparatives.org). Not always top 3 but better than most and sometimes outperforming BitDefender.

    2. Wall Street Survivor
    3/29/14 results
    * VirusTotal - 0/52
    * URLvoid - 2/28
    *** hpHosts - Phishing Scam
    *** BrowserDefender - Unsafe to visit - Our testing of this site found potentially dangerous downloads. [Lists 5 browser exploits]
    * Google Advisory - not currently listed as malicious but some portion(s) of site has been listed 4 times in the last 90 days.
    Note that for some products "not identified as malicious" actually means "not tested".

  2. Drew
    March 23, 2014 at 9:44 pm

    Wall Street Survivor came up fine to me. Also using Chrome but I'm using Bitdefender w/ Malware Bytes. No warnings.

    Stop using Symantec- it's not the 90's anymore is my 2 cents. There's choices now. Sorry to be blunt.

    Mark, thanks for links. I keep a "Useful Webites" Evernote Notebook and I'm up to 86 from you guys now :).

  3. Michael Sheehan
    March 23, 2014 at 4:57 pm

    My security is Symantec and my browser is Chrome.

  4. Michael Sheehan
    March 23, 2014 at 12:22 pm

    Mark,
    My security software blocked the Wall Street Survivor website as a known security risk.

    • Mark O
      March 23, 2014 at 3:05 pm

      What is your security software? And what is your browser?

      The site is looking OK to me.

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