Discussion in 'other anti-trojan software' started by TheMozart, Jan 7, 2010.
Many like it . My opinion is simple , a total waste of money . Woof woof
You can always use it the free version.
And it has not been a waste of money for me... since I won it thanks to a contest
Oops . Let me rephrase .... A total waste of time and space !
I see: even my grand father on his Pentium 75 - 800 MB HDD + 16 MB RAM thinks Winpatrol is a waste of space.
This is kinda off topic but WinPatrol is no way a waste
No doubt A-Squared is damn good
its a very good antivirus + antispyware software m using it with kis for added security
Re: No doubt A-Squared is damn good
Yeah, my favorite
Winpatrol is not a waste of space imo.
A-Squared is a pretty good AV, but it flags many, many progs as trojans that are nothing of the kind.
could someone tell me what the resource usage of version 5 is (at default settings)? I am on Windows 7 Ultimate, 32 bit. thanks
Here you go acr1956.
Yeh its really is very light now in v5...
Yes very light, thanks for the info.
Only had 2 FP on EAM, one was fixed in a few days.
And just like a week ago ahd one with Adobe .dll, it was fixed within hours after submitting as FP
I haven't had many either, maybe one. I just wish they used some kind of scanner caching to speed up scans.
I have tried A-squared a couple of times. I got too many FPs and have not used it since.
I don't doubt it will be at the top for detection, but the FP were just too much trouble.
Where does Mamutu fit in?
Yeah, the only thing i the scanning speed, but i got plenty of time while i sleep
PCMag really 'likes' this product
Oh well HAHAHAHA
Everyone has their own opinions, though . . . This gives them a bad reputation since so much people read PCMAG
Was going through few posts in this topic and wanted to put few words of mine here. Emsisoft AntiMalware (not Asquared anymore) has come a long away and specially in last few months. Those who have been using it will surely love recent changes and those who are thinking of trying it may be in for a nice surprise.
Emsisoft recently acquired Online Armor, which just makes the product even more enviable. A complete suite as some may say. Regarding FPs, its been a challenge with the product's awesome detection rate, but what better way to prove that challenge is also tackled and the hard work is paying off than Emsisoft's first VB100 award in only second attempt.
We also have come ahead with a security blog with research from our lab and analysis, a little different approach than security blogs.
One name says it all: Neil J. Rubenking "Lead Analyst for Security"!
I already use Online Armor and decided to switch the other day from Avira to Emsisoft Anti-Malware (thanks CoU give away). They seems to be running together extremely well.
Seems like, EAM had a bugged update yesterday, if you-re OS in hanging disable EAM startup in safe mode
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