EZ Armor Security Suite

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Albinoni, Nov 19, 2005.

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  1. Albinoni

    Albinoni Registered Member

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    Bit of confusion here. With the EZ Armor Security Suite which engine does it use ? Is it the Vet engine or the Innoculate engine. I'm a bit confused between these two engines.
     
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    It uses the Vet engine.
     
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    Ok many thanks. So which of CA products use the Innoculate engine ?
     
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    The eTrust enterprise R7.1 uses both the Vet and Inoc engines. I believe the reason the Vet engine is used more is that it cleans much better that the Inoc engine
     
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    Ok thank you.
     
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    Isn't this the same product as the eTrust Internet Security Suite? I have tried that product and it allows you to run either the Inoculate or Vet engine.
     
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    Your not referring to Zone Alarm Security Suite ? As this product is also very similar and uses CA Engine for the antivirus product. But I have a strong feeling it uses the VET engine.
     
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    Based on mutual agreements between the two companies, Ca's VET engine is used in ZA products with the antivirus module while ZL's firewall engine is used in CA's eTrust products which have firewall.
     
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