Command Anti-Malware 5.1.1

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by buckslayr, Feb 16, 2010.

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  1. buckslayr

    buckslayr Registered Member

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  2. CloneRanger

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    Taken from the review.

    "Malware however, is less problematic than viruses"

    Since when, :rolleyes: havn't they heard of rootkits like TDSS/TDL etc ?

    "Malware files can sometimes be those that send back critical information to the servers that originally spawned them"

    Yes like passwords/user names etc from banks and anywhere else. And that's less of a problem is it :rolleyes:

    Whoever wrote that review needs to wake up, fast, and retract and correct it very soon. :(
     
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    It is light and detection is similar to F-Prot Antivirus as they use the same engine.

    FPAV was tested regularly on av-comparatives but withdrew recently; middle of the road detection generally.

    Command/Authentium are mainly geared towards the Enterprise field as this is where they obtain their money.

    Overall, IMHO, there are better choices.
     
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