"Best Performing (Speed and Memory Usage) Antivirus and Internet Security for 2010"

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by nikanthpromod, Feb 3, 2010.

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  1. nikanthpromod
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  2. Pliskin
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    Re: Best Performing (Speed and Memory Usage) Antivirus and Internet Security for 2010

    According to Ray:

    (Only Prevx passed scan time test)
  3. Jav
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    Re: Best Performing (Speed and Memory Usage) Antivirus and Internet Security for 2010

    KV Antvirus did aswell.
    But anyway nice job PrevX.

    Thanks nikanthpromod.
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  4. lordraiden
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    Re: Best Performing (Speed and Memory Usage) Antivirus and Internet Security for 2010

    Comodo and Avast good results
  5. Saraceno
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  6. kmr1685
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    after seeing 106 av or security solutions are available:eek: , i am thinking of purchasing 106 pc for personal usage is better, not 107 pc because no other company out there to peotect the 107th pc. ;) :p :D
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    Thank you,
    never heard of them :p
    I see they have sandbox and virtual machine unpacking :)
  8. ProrokX
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    OMG! 106 Software? 7 Tests? Now I know what Raymond was doing almost all January:argh::argh:
    Nice, two of my security-combo stuff, did very well:D
    Go, go, go, Avast and PrevX:D
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    Nice to Norton's proactive run-time detection (SONAR ?) dominate that detection test. Neither Avira nor Kaspersky were able to block the threat.
  10. acr1965
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    Anyone else notice Spyware Terminator blocked it?
  11. nikanthpromod
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    HIPS blocked it.
  12. acr1965
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    Yes, that's what I figured. I just remember the HIPS of ST as rather weak not that long ago. They must have amped up their detection.
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