AV-Comparatives Tests of 2006

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  1. .:X:M:A:S:.

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    Re: Tests of 2006

    Wrong :rolleyes: see here: http://www.av-comparatives.org ;)


    Removed direct link...
     
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  2. Grumble

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    Re: Tests of 2006

    hemkop,

    although the detailed results/reports are not yet posted, there IS a new summary table showing the new (2006) Standard/Advanced/Advanced+ ratings on the av-comparatives website
     
  3. hemkop

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    Yeah well i searched and i did not found anywhere the new summary result on av-comparatives, where do you guys see this test?
     
  4. Detox

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    Re: Tests of 2006

    You're quoting very incorrect information about the results, especilly for such a good friend of IBK. It also strikes me as unusual that you are calling into question his integrity as a tester when you're such good friends as you said earlier.

     
  5. waters

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    Re: Tests of 2006

    8 achieved advanced +.Antivir as i expected ,was the only one to achieve this of the free ones.
     
  6. WSFuser

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    Re: Tests of 2006

    in the summary table why is VBA32's spot blank?
     
  7. IBK

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  8. Detox

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    Re: Tests of 2006

    Go to the website, then click "online results" in the middle. Scroll down a bit after that and you will see the line "To get an overview of the comparatives, we summarized them in tables. You can find them here." You can click on "here."
     
  9. Happy Bytes

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    Sm0kie doesn't get it Detox...
     
  10. Unity

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    Re: Tests of 2006

    OMG stop that page refresh madness ! :D :D :D
     
  11. RejZoR

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    Re: Tests of 2006

    Wow, thats a nice surprise from Alwil Software team :eek:
    They scored Advanced! Nice job. Can't wait to see detailed info.
    Kinda disapointed with BitDefender, F-Prot, Dr.Web and Panda.
    Well see the difference later...

    Though i don't see the point of TrustPort. Sure results are high, but it's using BitDefender and Norman engines. o_O
     
  12. Firecat

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    Re: Tests of 2006

    I agree. My previous post's contents are just my speculation and nothing else (I didn't say I was "pretty sure"). But I did see those companies on the presentation list, so I guess they were invited at some point, but didn't make it :doubt:

    And no, my info is not correct; I was just trying to see what the reasons could have been. :)
    But I did know that AntiVir was about to get an Advanced+ this time (by intuition+logic).
     
  13. Happy Bytes

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    Results are online :D
     
  14. IBK

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    @all: please respect the site rules ;)
     
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  16. RejZoR

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    Hehe, as expected for Polymorphic malware. Symantec at peak top with 100% score. We know why :)

    EDIT:
    I just clicked the link and i see HB posted this too hehe
     
  17. Unity

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    Don't you have the AVG and the Avast results mixed up ?

    or maybe the total detection of Avast is wrong ?
     
  18. Alphalutra1

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    What planet are you from :D

    Alphalutra1
     
  19. Unity

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    I guess that Avast should have at least 90 % to get Advanced , that's why i don't understand how AVG with more than 90% is only standard while Avast is Advanced.
     
  20. Jeccu

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    Total with DOS viruses/malware
    Avast 93,58
    AVG 90,79
     
  21. IBK

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    btw, to all: please read everything exactly before asking somthing, do not look only on numbers in bold or just the tables, otherwise senseless questions could arise. ;)
     
  22. Unity

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    hmm yeah Dos viruses heh , my bad :rolleyes:
     
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  23. metallicakid15

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    antivir really stepped it up this time..congrats to avast team... my bitdefender didnt do advanced + :( ill have antivir as second av for on demand
     
  24. sosaiso

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    Symantec sure did step it up a few notches. Impressive now.
     
  25. iMigs

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    Eset is doing quite well, reading the report the "missed sample" number of this test dropped alot. From 5000 to closely 0... good job!!
     
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