AV-Comparatives 2011 dynamic tests

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  1. InfinityAz

    InfinityAz Registered Member

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    AV-Comparatives has the March 2011 results of dynamic tests in a graph on their site (mouse-over to see percentages). In general, they all seem to be doing better. Here is the link to the Whole Product Dynamic Tests home page.
     
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  2. Cloud

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    Way to go, Panda and BitDefender! :argh:
     
  3. gery

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    TREND MICRO a surprise to me:eek: :rolleyes:
     
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    Norton is close to perfection, nice. :thumb:

    Thanks.
     
  5. sg09

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    Nice one Kaspersky, balanced performance to perfection...:D
     
  6. Matthijs5nl

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    A shame 2011 is the most bloated suite I have ever seen. Haven't yet found the time to test 2012 beta, but I hope that will be way faster.

    Personally I am very happy with ESET's performance :D.
     
  7. dazed1

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    Amazing.....Norton is Amazing :thumb:

    Can anyone link me the main link of this tests? thanks.

    Edit: Found it.
     
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  8. codylucas16

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    Microsoft keeping out of the dynamic tests again? Lol.

    All the tested products seem to be doing fairly well now though. That's always a good sign.
     
  9. IBK

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    You will see MS included in the next months.
     
  10. Matthijs5nl

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    Can you comment on the sample size?
     
  11. IBK

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    Further info will be included in the report when the 4 month test period is over (in July); the graph just shows some monthly results for the curious ones.
     
  12. Brandonn2010

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    Avast! beat Avira and AVG, woot!
     
  13. InfinityAz

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    Thanks, nice job. It would be nice to have the option to have percentages listed right on the chart (i.e., not having to mouse-over to see them).
     
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    A further graph/chart will be added soon (still "under construction").
     
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    Cool stuff. Norton has done the best so far, which is not surprising.
     
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    Agree! Since the 2010 version norton has produced top software and they have been in the top at every test made by serious testing companies.
     
  17. John Bull

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    I find the bar chart very interesting, but yet again - Comodo is excluded.

    Cannot see the point in this kind of testing without including what is probably the best AV system available on the general market. Having said that, it does rank the rest in performance and gives us all a bone to chew on.

    I use AVG 2011 and am delighted with it. Since I installed AVG 2011 some time ago, it has given no trouble and seems to be doing a great job in a most efficient way. I like it.

    I do use Sandboxie though, which on an individual level rather makes AV comparisons of this kind almost incidental.

    John
     
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    Avira total disappointment. :(
     
  19. Sherlock_Holmes

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    Webroot Doing good :)
    Avast beat avg and avira :thumb:
    Kaspersky and norton are both 100 % as to what i can see - kaspersky has 0.9 % and Norton has 0.5% user dependancy bar ...so if we click no we are 100 % safe :D
     
  20. carat

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    Even a blind hen sometimes finds a grain of corn :D
     
  21. Sherlock_Holmes

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    This time the blind hen has found the corn field :D
     
  22. Osaban

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    These are definitely unacceptable results for Avira which should really wake up from its Winter slumber, I wonder why isn't Vipre being tested.
     
  23. Duradel

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    Both of them would have opted not to be tested by AV-C for this rounds tests. They have to want to be tested before AV-C will be able to evaluate their products for them.
     
  24. J_L

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    I'll save my comments until the entire test is over.
     
  25. SweX

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    I'm very pleased with ESET's results :thumb:

    Avast did very well considering it's a Free AV. I'm impressed :cool:

    And BitDefender, F-Secure, G-Data, Kaspersky, Panda and Norton did perform best out of the paid products. As usual I would say.
     
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