VB AV-Test April 2012

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by abu shofwan, May 3, 2012.

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  1. abu shofwan

    abu shofwan Registered Member

  2. Noob

    Noob Registered Member

    Thanks for the link ! :D
     
  3. mattfrog

    mattfrog Registered Member

    I'm a little confused - could someone explain what the number 100 signifies? Surely not all those products acheived 100%, unless the sample size was so small / old?
     
  4. Triple Helix

    Triple Helix Webroot Product Advisor


    HTH,

    TH
     
  5. Thankful

    Thankful Registered Member

    No webroot. Ikarus passes, Emsisoft fails.
     
  6. Thankful

    Thankful Registered Member

  7. Ranget

    Ranget Registered Member

    weired test result

    why Returnil is Fail while Fsecure is a Win

    very Diffrent result for the same engine i think ?
     
  8. tk55

    tk55 Registered Member

    i don't get it too. why would i need to see a result that says every product is 100%?
     
  9. KelvinW4

    KelvinW4 Registered Member

    Re: VB RAP test results Oct 2011 - April 2012

    what happened to unthreat! :thumbd:
     
  10. Rompin Raider

    Rompin Raider Registered Member

    Check the graph! Under VB100...select latest comparative:
     
  11. JRViejo

    JRViejo Global Moderator

    Merged Threads to Continue Related Topic.
     
  12. NAMOR

    NAMOR Registered Member


    Returnil uses the F-Prot engine from Frisk
     
  13. Nevis

    Nevis Registered Member

    looks like everyone did well in this. Cannot find norton.
    Also trustport and F-Secure failed, thats something new.
     
  14. PeZzy

    PeZzy Registered Member

    One (1) False positive and Emsisoft fails.

    Yet they allow and pass antiviruses which allow their host to become infected with malicious programs they don't deem to be "In the Wild".

    What is the logic in that? I'd rather have a antivirus that notifies me of suspicious programs, allowing me to investigate further, rather than an antivirus that happily allows an infection.
     
  15. The Hammer

    The Hammer Registered Member

    Maybe Norton is becoming the new Dr. Web. That means a withdrawal from testing. AV_C, VB, a trend?
     
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