Good news, I am glad to hear it!
Yes, please do it.Considering that issue is solved, should I go back to your previous post and follow those instructions now?
The basic idea is that every computer must have a comprehensive protection: one antivirus program, one firewall, one antimalware scanner.Also, any advice about Malwarebytes A-M? I mean, I like it so far but it does require purchase for full functionality (and multiple "licenses" if I want it on more than one pc[!])... and money is tight for me at the moment. So, I'm wondering if Superantispyware Free is a suitable alternative, or if Mwb A-M is the de facto choice?
Nobody can say you that there is the best combination of all three components.
You could use Superantispyware if you prefer, instead of Malwarebytes, or just use the free version of Malwarebytes and scan manually every week or two.
The Online Armor Firewall is good and easy to set, but please keep in mind that third party firewalls, and their complexity, are not too necessary for desktops behind a router. They are better used for laptops.Also, what about the Norton "Security Suite" provided from my ISP at no extra charge; is it more advisable to go with a combo of AVAST FREE + Online Armor? Or perhaps even Outpost Security Suite (Free)?
Also, please note that most ISP providers that provide Norton use the Norton Security Suite, which has its own firewall.
Avast! and Norton are both competent antivirus applications - so you need to chose one only!
How many people - so many opinions!