http://www.av-comparatives.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/avc_fdt_201309_en.pdf - "Macstorm's trio" detected the most samples (in the English version only). I thought CloseGap barely detects/detected anything, but these test results show otherwise. However, considering how some vendors have drastically "improved" their results using dubious methods in the past, its sudden "improvement" seems fishy. - Nice to see Kaspersky on par with BD. - Disappointing that Emsi's own engine didn't give it an edge over BD. Looks like they just focus on dynamic rather than static detection. - Eset results in this kind of tests haven't been very good lately, but users still seem to be happy with its detection. Maybe Eset are in the right (see the first bullet point). - Avast - Good to see AVC not give in to Symantec's excuses. - But come on, no one threw up an obscene amount of false positives, but still a lot of high-performers demoted as usual. - Want Ikarus tested in a single product review this year. - The false alarm PDF gives a 404. - The Chinese version is more comprehensive than that though (Tencent and Kingsoft between Avira and G-Data, Qihoo surprisingly not above BD).