BD Trafficlight + Panda Cloud

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by FastGame, Nov 18, 2011.

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  1. FastGame

    FastGame Registered Member

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    The past 3 weeks been running these together (Trafficlight Firefox plugin) and Panda Cloud AV. Everything seems zippy fast with no slow downs what so ever. I went through hundreds of known bad links and Trafficlight was first to stop the links except 15 of which it was Panda that got it.

    Anyone know of any conflicts these two may have with each other ?
     
  2. clocks

    clocks Registered Member

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    Go to a speedtest or pingtest site, and test with and without BD trafficlight active. See if you still dont observe slowdowns.
     
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    What OS are you using and what's your primary browser? Do you also use a DNS filtering service or your ISP's DNS?
     
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    Not afaik, I have yet to experience any problems between them. Hope this helps. :)

    Cheers!
     
  5. FastGame

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    No change.

    I'm on Frontier 1.5 meg DSL(their DNS) I get 1.52 Mbps down, .37Mbps up, between 40 & 85 ms ping depending on what server I choose. This is on XP, Win 7 and using BDTL in Firefox & Chrome on Arch Linux there's no slow down.
     
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    Ok, maybe something on my system then. I have a lot of problems with BD web filter.

    That should be a solid combo then.
     
  7. FastGame

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    So far looks to be solid, just want to be sure there's not some underlying problem I'm not aware of :doubt:

    @Cloud, thanks ;)
     
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