100% june?

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  1. meneer

    meneer Registered Member

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    Just saw this announcement by Sopohos (Congrats are in order :) ).
    How about the other results (not on the virusbulletin site yet)?
     
  2. Firefighter

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    To Meneer from Firefighter!

    Avast 4 Pro has got also that June 2003 VB 100% Award! :D

    http://www.avast.com/i_kat_5.html


    Best Regards,
    Firefighter!
     
  3. meneer

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    Congrats to them too and how glad I am to run Avast4 Home edition :cool:

    (and also kudos for a great makeover for their website, finally looking professional :D )
     
  4. Firefighter

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    To Meneer from Firefighter!

    BitDefender won it's first VB 100% Award WinXP June 2003! :D :D :D

    http://www.bitdefender.com/bd/site/presscenter.php?menu_id=24&n_id=20

    Best Regards,
    Firefighter!
     
  5. meneer

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    To Meneer from Firefighter!

    Also eScan has done it's homework well, new VB Award June 2003! :D

    http://www.mwti.net/index.asp


    Best Regards,
    Firefighter!
     
  7. Tinribs

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    Looks like Eset Nod32 passed as well, if you view the Aussie site it has Nod up to 22 passes, may's pass only equalled 21 :)

    http://www.nod32.com.au/nod32/home/home.htm
     
  8. Paul Wilders

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    Hardly comes as as surprise, does it Kev? :D

    regards.

    paul
     
  9. Tinribs

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    Well, you never know, maybe one day.... ;)
     
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  11. Technodrome

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    Complete list of products with June's VB 100%

    Complete list of products with June's VB 100% :

    Alwil avast!,
    CA eTrust Antivirus,
    CA Vet Anti-Virus,
    CAT Quick Heal,
    Command AntiVirus,
    Eset NOD32,
    FRISK F-Prot,
    F-Secure Anti-Virus,
    GDATA AntiVirusKit,
    GeCAD RAV,
    Grisoft AVG,
    HAURI ViRobot,
    MicroWorld eScan,
    NAI VirusScan,
    Norman Virus Control,
    SOFTWIN BitDefender,
    Sophos Anti-Virus,
    Symantec AntiVirus,
    Trend PC-cillin,
    VirusBuster


    Only NOD32 & Norton AV were able to detect all virus samples in this test. (ITW & ZOO)

    Failed:

    Kaspersky AV,( False positive)
    DrWeb, (MISSED 5 infected files)
    AhnLab V3 VirusBlock,
    Great ZMW32,
    NTW Virus Chaser.




    Technodrome
     
  12. anon

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    No VB100 for Dr.Web then?

    But AVG got it? :eek:
     
  13. Technodrome

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    Not this month! :cool:



    Technodrome
     
  14. Madsen DK

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    Isnt it AVGs first pass evero_O? :eek:
     
  15. Douglas

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    I'm devastated! :'(
    Is that as much as it sounds like?

    Douglas
     
  16. Madsen DK

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    Cheer up Douglas. :D
    Theres always next test, and its only 5 files.
    Regards
    Ole
     
  17. Technodrome

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    Don't be! It could be just a program bug. I am not sure if this happend with on-acceses or on-demand component.

    I don't think DrWeb missed 5 different viruses. It could be just an extension problem…

    Anyways, DrWeb is still great av!


    Technodrome
     
  18. Madsen DK

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    And better than AVG, even with the 5 missed files. :D
     
  19. Technodrome

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    Much! :D :cool:


    Technodrome
     
  20. Madsen DK

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    Adiel will claim otherwise, im afraid. :D :D :D
    Sorry, its not my habit to get personal, but i couldnt help it. :oops: :oops:
    Sorry again, feel free to shoot me. :oops:
    Regds.
    Ole
     
  21. Douglas

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    Thanks for the words of encouragement. ;)
    It's almost like your AV becomes a part of you. :)

    Regards,
    Douglas
     
  22. Madsen DK

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    ROFL :D :D
    Nice one Douglas, but no, im still human( almost) :D
    Regards
    Ole
     
  23. _anvil

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    Hmm, can anyone explain, why KAV produced a false positive, while AVK and F-Secure did not? o_O

    They are all using the same scan engine _and_ the same signature defs... :eek:
     
  24. Madsen DK

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    Perhaps a program bug, like Tech mentioned with Dr. Web.
    Otherwise it beats me too o_O
    Regards
    Ole
     
  25. Tinribs

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    Well, congratulations where they are due, especially to AVG :)
     
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