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which anti virus app should I use with my Firefox browser

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I have Kaspersky anti virus installed on my android phone. I keep getting a message saying that Kepersky does not support my present browser and that I should change it, which I don't want to do.

I have Kaspersky anti virus installed on my android phone. I keep getting a message saying that Kepersky does not support my present browser and that I should change it, which I don't want to do.

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Personally, I do not use an ant-malware on my Android devices. I browse carefully and only install apps from Google Play or from very trusted sources.

Generally speaking, whilst the anit-malware software for Android does come with some handy funcationality, this tends to be of added benefit - such as clearing history and flagging unused applications - functions that Android and Firefox for Android already has built in.

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Android 5.0.2; Mobile; rv:62.0) Gecko/62.0 Firefox/62.0

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Hi

Personally, I do not use an ant-malware on my Android devices. I browse carefully and only install apps from Google Play or from very trusted sources.

Generally speaking, whilst the anit-malware software for Android does come with some handy funcationality, this tends to be of added benefit - such as clearing history and flagging unused applications - functions that Android and Firefox for Android already has built in.

Hi Personally, I do not use an ant-malware on my Android devices. I browse carefully and only install apps from Google Play or from very trusted sources. Generally speaking, whilst the anit-malware software for Android does come with some handy funcationality, this tends to be of added benefit - such as clearing history and flagging unused applications - functions that Android and Firefox for Android already has built in.

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Thanks for the info, I didn't realise Firefox had its own built in security, I will stick with that.

Thanks for the info, I didn't realise Firefox had its own built in security, I will stick with that.

Question owner

Thanks for the info, I didn't realise Firefox had its own built in security, I will stick with that.

Thanks for the info, I didn't realise Firefox had its own built in security, I will stick with that.