AV-Comparatives (February 2009)

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Creer, Mar 22, 2009.

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  1. Dark_Hanzo

    Dark_Hanzo Registered Member

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    It's also known av in Canada, at least where I used to study. The university's policy states that everyone who wants to use the wireless network should install Sophos, but I wasn't nuts to give up Kaspersky for Sophos that time :)
     
  2. Phenom

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    trend micro is the best haha try it and you will see..
     
  3. firzen771

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    hardly and god is that line some flame bait...
     
  4. GES/POR

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    i think hes joking lol
     
  5. Phenom

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    partially joking it is not the best, but if you test Trend Micro Office Scan or 2009 it is pretty good, still a resource hog though.
     
  6. TechOutsider

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    Doesn't Trend Micro have a in-the-cloud technology similar to McAfee Artemis?
     
  7. Phenom

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    yes it does:)
     
  8. Quitch

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    I believe they have one of the better enterprise back-ends. My company uses McAfee, the client isn't great but the back-end is superb and thus is wins the money.

    If you want to win a business you need a great back-end more than a great client.
     
  9. TechOutsider

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    On that point, malware can block any AV from updating.
     
  10. progress

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    But you can update your AV from an usb stick, in-the-cloud needs an internet connection :rolleyes:
     
  11. RejZoR

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    Thats one of the points. Also, traditional heuristics/behavior analysis also work when offline.
     
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