Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by disinter1, Jan 28, 2010.
Can both of these run together in peace? Does anyone do that now? Thanks
I can't say for sure but I would think so. Avast behavior blocker is not the same type of behavior blocker as Threatfire or Mamutu. It is their to find suspicious action in the file system and network, which it then requests that you send to Avast so they can analyze it further. It is not their to stop infections like threatfire. They added this feature so that they might get new threats sent to them straight from their users. So Avast Behavior shield just filters data that the filesystem and network shields send to it. I imagine they will work fine together.
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