Anyone knows when AV-comparatives will released may comparison?

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Subgud, May 28, 2010.

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  1. Subgud

    Subgud Registered Member

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    Anyone?
     
  2. Sjoeii

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    Probably beginning of June
     
  3. SweX

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    And as always everyone is excited to see who will be the number one performer:D
     
  4. nikanthpromod

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    GDATA or Panda would be no1 in malware detection.:isay:

    im also waiting.
    But im not going to use any of those AVs :p
     
  5. icr

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    We will see it soon;)
     
  6. sg09

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    I have heard some complains that Avira's detection is failing. Lets see...
     
  7. falkor

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    December ! LOL
     
  8. smage

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    I already know the results.lol

    Avira 1st
    Kaspersky 2nd
    ESET 3rd

    Panda and Mcafee will not do well as the test is conducted offline.
     
  9. AvinashR

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    Avira 1st
    GDATA 2nd
    ESET 3rd
    Kaspersky 4th

    :) :)
     
  10. Edwin024

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    I like to throw NIS2010 quite high in the results ;)
     
  11. sg09

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    My prediction
    Detection-wise
    1. GData
    2. Avira
    3. Panda
    4. Trustport
    5. McAfee
     
  12. smage

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    Oh yes, I forgot about GData.lol
     
  13. AvinashR

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    I guess this time GData will be 1st...because it has a strong Behaviour Blocker in 2011 edition. :D
     
  14. progress

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    No, the behaviour blocker of GData is new - I can't believe that it's really strong :rolleyes:

    Panda will score high but I guess with a lot of FP ...
     
  15. AvinashR

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    No you are absolutely wrong...I have tested GData's BB and i found it pretty much strong. And i can bet upon this !!

    About Panda, i can't comment...Offline Detection rate of Panda is very much low...
     
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    I think they will use the paid version of Panda AV, that have offline protection too... I also has a good heuristic and also causes high FP.
     
  17. gery

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    GDATA
    AVAST
    FSWCURE
    KASPERSKY
    MSE
    AVIRA
    AVG


    But i stil love my AVG lol:D :D :D :D
     
  18. sg09

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    Avira down the table...!!!!
     
  19. progress

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    ... it depends on whether the last update worked or not :D Sorry ...
     
  20. acr1965

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    Will be interesting to see how well Avast 5 does. Also curious about PC Tools and TM, although I don't plan on using either of those two. Sophos could be a dark horse. I'm assuming all from the Feb. test are back again.
     
  21. sg09

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    When Emsisoft, Vipre, Virusbuster, CA, Dr.Web will be added to list....o_O

    Also this years Dynamic test will be worth to watch.
     
  22. AvinashR

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    FSWCURE o_O?
     
  23. AvinashR

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    They are using Panda AV Pro 2010 which have offline protection. If you are talking about heuristics than i want to you to reconsider it again...No offence against Panda AV but i found a very low detection rate while it was offline ..
     
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    Completly disagree. I used to consider panda av in past as a bloatware and a program with low detection rate. But few months ago I installed panda 2010 and I was surprise by their heuristics . I seen maaany samples detected by it as as suspicious while only few others vendors detected something malicious.
    I was surprise by the level of proactive defense in this program. Many of my samples where catch by heuristic or by behavior module (as well as a collective intelligence while i was online).
     
  25. gery

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    and i forgot to mention BitDefender among those :thumb:
     
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