This. And a way to manage quarantine through the client, add exclusions etc.
I can't imagine paying money for this based on the GUI alone. :P
Have to agree, bloooat.
I never said I didn't like it - just that it reminds me of Eset style.
Closer to it than far.
Everything looks Eset-y..
"Webguard is a transparent system proxy for HTTP. It doesn’t filter secured connections (HTTPS)."
Whoops read HTTP. Yeah, not HTTPS.
1. Not too long ago ads were still there.
2. Free - no? Paid - yes I'm 99% sure.
Trying it at the moment and have noticed a few things:
-Computer is slower/laggier (may or may not be related to its installation)
Really eh, interesting.
Is the free version still being developed?
Something feels funny here - too much money, too many angles.
Pretty bad name on a few obvious levels. :P
I'm using it on my older laptop. So far I'm pretty impressed. Quite light with pretty reliable Bitdefender av engine...Kind of surprised frankly.
Been using Panda Free on my main PC for a little while now...no pop-ups yet.
Or Bitdefender Free (seemingly not too popular here), Ad-Aware Free+ (I believe), NANO beta (probably not very good, but who knows), 360 IS,...
Are the fairly verbose AD's connected to the update notification still there? I used to love Avast but I can't stand any pop up advertisements.
Thanks, folks. Think I'll stick with my current set-up, but good to know.
How good is the antivirus component? Does it integrate into Windows Security Center? I am using it for application whitelisting right now, but I'd...
I'm using Ad-Aware Antivirus Free+ on this computer currently. I like it a lot with one small exception:
When I right-click on...