100% june?

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by meneer, Jun 2, 2003.

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  1. Technodrome

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    Yeah FF maybe we have a choice.

    Maybe (in near future) chosing an av software will be based on task bar icon(how pretty it is, colors, sign, is it animated). :D :D

    I Like the idea…:D


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  2. Firefighter

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    In near future? I imagined it is reality just now! :D :D :D


    "The truth is out there, but it hurts!"

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  3. xor

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    yes it is - look here - holiday travel of aol members :D

    http://www.g-av.com/l.jpg
     
  4. controler

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    XOR

    that is a great picture AOL Lamers LOL thanks

    con
     
  5. Technodrome

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



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  7. Technodrome

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    Stay tuned for more FF... ;) :D



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    Stay tuned for more... :D :D
     

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    :) Im sure if everyone was conditioned to believe that the prestigious and highly sort after " Donald Duck and Goofey anti virus awards" were the most wanted awards then the anti virus companies would have that on there sites too ,right next to virus bulletin 100% awards.Simply because thats what they know sells
     
  10. meneer

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    :)
    Next release of RAV will claim 'Tested on WinXP' :p
     
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    ROFL :D
     
  12. Firefighter

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    To Technodrome from Firefighter!

    When I wrote the list of some av:s that didn't even notice the last VB 100% Award, I already knew that BitDefender had informed the last VB 100% Award only because it was the first one to BitDefender! :D :D :D


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  13. Firefighter

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    To everyone from Firefighter!

    Here are the numbers of misses in the latest VB 2003 June On-Demand scan "in the Zoo" test.

    Macro Polym. Std Total Product

    0 0 0 0 NOD32
    0 0 0 0 Symantec AV Corp
    0 0 0 0 CA eTrust AV 7.0
    0 0 0 0 DrWeb 4.29c **
    0 0 0 0 NTW Virus Chaser 5.0 **
    0 1 0 1 GDATA AVK Pro 12
    0 1 0 1 MicroWorld eScan 2003
    0 1 0 1 Kaspersky KAV *
    0 1 3 4 F-secure Anti-Virus 3.12
    0 0 4 4 NAI VirusScan 7.00
    0 4 4 8 FRISK F-Prot 3.13a
    0 35 2 37 GeGAD RAV 8.6
    11 60 15 86 Sophos AV 3.69
    0 91 8 99 Command AV 4.80.3
    17 45 62 124 BitDefender Std 7.0
    4 160 9 173 VirusBuster VB 4.2
    18 153 13 184 Avast 4 Pro
    2 178 9 189 Norman VC 5.50
    0 215 7 222 PC-cillin 2003 10.02
    20 257 22 299 Grisoft AVG 6.0
    0 437 2 439 CA Vet AV 10:58.0.3
    101 1543 367 2011 CAT Quick Heal 6.09
    95 8830 304 9229 Ahnlab V3 **
    43 10795 530 11368 Hauri ViRobot Exp 4.0
    1550 14737 525 16812 Ggreat ZMV32 **

    * Missed VB 100% Award because of ONE false positive.
    ** Missed VB 100% Award because of in the Wild test.

    Congratulations to Hauri ViRobot for the VB 100% Award! ;)

    If someone wants to count manually the number of those objects in those three virus categories, Please check the link:

    http://www.virusbtn.com/Comparatives/WinXP/2003/test_sets.html

    Unfortunately I couldn't reach that link! o_O


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  14. _anvil

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    What the heck is "F-secure Anti-Virus 3.12"? Current version is 5.41... :eek:
    I think, they just mixed things up and put the F-Prot-Engine number as F-Secure version number... :D

    But then: how could F-Secure miss more zoo-virii than KAV, although both use same engine and signatures?
    Always confusion about these scanners... o_O
     
  15. Firefighter

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    I was also quite embarrassed too, the whole name was F-Secure Anti-Virus 3.12.410, but maybe it was a mistake from VB? :eek:

    "The truth is out there, but it hurts!"

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  16. Technodrome

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    See FF NOD32 missed 0 in zoo test. ;)




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  17. Firefighter

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    Congratulations to all them 5 (or 3) and especially to NOD32, because it has at last recognized the VOICE OF A CUSTOMER!

    http://www.pcwelt.de/tests/software-tests/datensicherheit/31373/

    http://www.rokop-security.de/main/article.php?sid=578

    At last NOD32 is able to scan runtime packers and learned the lesson of the latest av-test.org 2-2003 test! If I am wrong again, it's because my poor German! :D :D :D

    Let's wait how fast NOD is after those unpacking skills! :cool:

    No hard feelings, have a nice day! :D

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  18. sig

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    NOD's done clean sweeps of the ITW and zoo viruses before in VB tests as I recall, so this is not a unique event.

    Also, Eset's been working on NOD v.2 since last year (including I believe better detection of packed, compressed files). They do seem more responsive to user's concerns and issues but this too is not just a recent development. :)
     
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