ESET...I love you guys ;-)...why, do u ask?!

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security v3 Beta Forum' started by bseos, Oct 19, 2007.

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  1. bseos

    bseos Registered Member

    Sep 29, 2007
    The developers of ESS have really outdone themselves with this fantastic product. It is the most effective product i have ever used to date.

    I use to use Symantec Client Security Corporate Edition(Antivirus/Antispyware/Firewall), Norton Antibot and Sunbelt's Counterspy (Rated No.1 Antispyware product).

    Every week i would perform a full system scan with both "Symantec Client Security" and CounterSpy and they would always pick up something malicious on my system.
    Turns out Symantec Client Security and Counterspy were not very good at preventing malicious code from entering my system. Though a scan would remove the threats i would always have to perform a in depth scan every week , leaving a window of opportunity open to any virus,Trojan that got past the real-time protection.

    ESS on the other hand did not miss anything to date, with great real-time protection and being very effective at preventing malicious code from entering my system.
    I also have no need for the No.1 rated anti-spyware program "Counterspy" anymore, i performed a full system scan with CounerSpy every week for a month at it would always report that my system was Clean.

    Overall, ESS is a BEST solution to combat the ever evolving threats on the internet.
    A brilliant piece of coding.

    Thankyou you guys over at ESET for such a wonderful program.
    Last edited: Oct 19, 2007
  2. solcroft

    solcroft Registered Member

    Jun 1, 2006
    Would be nice if you could tell us what types of malicious files were found on your system whenever you used to perform an in-depth scan.
  3. webyourbusiness

    webyourbusiness Registered Member

    Nov 16, 2004
    Throughout the USA and Canada
    a layered defense isn't a bad idea. Depending on your surfing habits, I'd keep the counterspy until it's subscription runs out at least - but I too have never (never say never) had an infection missed by NOD32 - others have - so multiple layers is always a good idea if they reside well together.
  4. JeremyWW

    JeremyWW Registered Member

    Apr 13, 2005
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