Coranti 2012 released

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  1. Coranti

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    Coranti 2012 is ready for download

    The changelog of Coranti 2012

    • Major MultiShield™ scan engine update: Engines updated to very latest version. Increased performance and malware detection!
    • Addition of Persistent Cache™: We care for performance and are optimizing all the time. Coranti 2012 comes with the addition of Persistent Cache™, which ensures improved system performance
    • Improved dealing with scan results: At the end of a scan we’ll show you a list with the results and you can select what to do, no more pauses during scanning
    • Ignore threats: In order to minimize false-positives and to make our software highly configurable, we allow you to ignore threads of certain types
    • Easier to manage: We’ve added a special administrator role, to make sure the right people are able to manage Coranti
    • Windows Action Center support
    • Updated UI: Coranti is getting better looking all the time!

    http://www.coranti.com/news/coranti-2012-is-ready-for-download/
     
  2. trjam

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    looks great. I think this could easily be one of the best products in 2012.:thumb:
     
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    McAfee Online SiteAdvisor for coranti.com = Safe:
    http://www.siteadvisor.com/sites/http://www.coranti.com/


    Coranti2012_AntiVirusAntiSpyware_setup.exe Is Digitally Signed: Wednesday, December 21, 2011 12:01:30 PM


    EDIT: completeness


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  4. acr1965

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    how is this 2012 version on system resources? also what are the included scanning engines?
     
  5. HKEY1952

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    Coranti 2012 Product Overview:

    http://www.coranti.com/product/


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  7. newone

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    looks great, seems greatly improved, :thumb:
     
  8. The Hammer

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    Trial it and let us know.
     
  9. Montmorency

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    Yes, you do the trialing and we'll do the knowing.
     
  10. buckslayr

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    Let us know how it is. The last version was very heavy.
     
  11. newone

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    hello, i am finding it very light, :thumb:
     
  12. buckslayr

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    I'm going to give it a try.
     
  13. Atul88

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    wtf.....using 3 antiviruses engines:eek:
    no bs:isay: .....that is gr8!!!!:D
    If a PC is not able to handle Bitdefender Engine!!!
    how would it handle (bitdefender+lavasoft+f-prot) Engine?

    Requirements:

    · 1.8 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor or a compatible
    · 2GB RAM
    · 2GB HDD space

    I am On:

    · 2.8 GHz Intel Pent 4
    · 1 GB DDR1 (lol...still living in ancient age)
    · 80 GB IDE (500 GB Seagate going threw BSY Firmware Bug) will never buy Seagate HD Again!!!
     
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  14. buckslayr

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    Way too heavy for my liking. Sticking with WSA.
     
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  15. Blackcat

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    IME, all of the multi-engined AV's/Suites containing the BD engine are much lighter and more stable than the standalone BitDefender product.
     
  16. The Hammer

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    Which is odd since their first instinct should be to get there own house in order.
     
  17. sm1

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    I am using Bitdefender Internet Security 2012 in a nearly 5 year old desktop PC with no slowdown issues:)
     
  18. The Hammer

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    What else have you used on the same machine?
     
  19. PJC

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    Very...Light...? o_O
     
  20. m0unds

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    congrats on the new product release coranti team :thumb: - glad to see you guys are still working hard :)

    heavy vs. light is so dependent on a user's perception, hardware configuration, phase of the moon, it's pointless to even discuss; yet it comes up at least once in every. single. product. thread.
     
  21. flaubert71

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    Very impressive protection in tests that I performed.Congrats to Coranti Team!:thumb:
     
  22. sm1

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    No other security software installed. Windows defender turned off.
     
  23. The Hammer

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    Perhaps you have something of a point you can argue here, but software often exibits characteristics or trends across multiple system configurations that are not only percieved but measurable.
     
  24. PJC

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    Multi-Engined Security products are always heavy.
    At least much heavier than a usual (Single-Engined) Security product.
    It does Not have to do with a User's Perception, Hardware Configuration or whatever...
    It is Common Logic and Reality.
    Even with a dozen GB of RAM, a PC will Still find Coranti, TrustPort, G DATA etc.
    much heavier than ESET, Symantec or other 'Low-Impact on Resources' Security products.

    Imagine what will happen if one tries to use a Multi-Engined Security product
    on an Old -or even worse- a much Older PC.
     
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