panda VS NOD32 VS KAV

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by 50000000, Jun 16, 2005.

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  1. 50000000

    50000000 Registered Member

    we always talk about nod32 and kav but we did not talk about panda

    panda have sygate firewall and good aginst virus but is good as KAV and NOD32
  2. bigc73542

    bigc73542 Retired Moderator

    I have used four different versions of panda. Titanium, platinum 6 and platinum 7 and also panda internet security 2005. Panda has a very decent detection rate of virus and other malware. The only problem I can see with panda is that it does take a fair amount of resources. Especially if you are useing tru prevent, it increases the resource use quite a bit.
  3. rdsu

    rdsu Registered Member

    I agree with bigc, but I also don't like their GUI...
  4. snowboard

    snowboard Registered Member

    Yea I used to use Panda, but I got rid of it because of it resource takeup it did on my system. Nice protection, but just way to resource hog.


  5. Graystoke

    Graystoke Registered Member

    I also have to agree. Panda Platinum 7 wasn't bad, but Panda IS 2005 with TruPrevent is a resourse hog. It slowed my computer down to a crawl.

    I have been using KAV 5 for a while and have just recently switched to NAV 2005. No slow downs with either of those on this computer. If Panda, KAV and NOD32 are your options, I'd go with KAV.
  6. Firecat

    Firecat Registered Member

    I'd rather only recommend KAV after the 2006 version has released, because of KAV 5's mixed opinions.... But take my word, KAV 2006 is looking VERY good. :)

    BTW, does anyone have experience with Panda Titanium 2005? Its available real cheap here, you see - one of my friends could use it :)

    I'm personally very happy with NOD32, and intend to stick to it. :)
  7. rjbsec

    rjbsec Registered Member

    Any idea how long before its released?
  8. Firecat

    Firecat Registered Member

    Nope. But I think it should release in Q3 this year.
  9. snowboard

    snowboard Registered Member

    You can also look in the Kaspersky Labs Forum for updates, releases, questions.

    I used to use it and liked it, it just took to much system resources and slowed my pc down alot. And it wasnt that stable on my computer either :doubt:


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