Originally Posted by Victek123
It seems to me that the purpose of testing security products is precisely to see how they can be broken. Now of them are perfect, but it makes sense to choose one that's more difficult to break.
I don't see how an average user is somehow safer and so doesn't need the strongest possible protection. In recent years it's become clear that it isn't necessary to go looking for trouble. The malware is regularly being injected into legitimate sites. Almost all the people I've done malware cleanup for are "average" users who didn't intentionally engage in dangerous activity. If you're happy with Comodo AV that's great, but I think your reasons don't hold up.
I think the average user is alot safer. I'm just lucky? But I don't see all this malware your talking about. It's out there sure we don't do social sites that probably helps. The point I was trying to make is an average user could have it installed for months and never see it in action. Any of us around here couldn't stand to leave it alone that long.