Free Antiviruses that don't require to put email or create accounts

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by tekkaman, Feb 13, 2021.

  1. amico81

    amico81 Registered Member

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  2. spearpoint

    spearpoint Registered Member

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    What if someone stole your data in-between your monthly scans? No need you say...
     
  3. LoneWolf

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    I said no need here.
    With my setup it's not necessary. My choice.
    Do what you feel you need to do.
     
  4. Floyd 57

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    Yeah and we saw how it failed in MT tests and what Cruelsister says about it, if you are gonna get AV get kaspersky, not this piece of ****, AI AV lmfao, Cylance all over again (when Cylance was released on MT, everyone was hyped as ****, and then we saw the tests how it performed xDDDD)

    No. Watch this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vktNQCwB2UY

    Maybe @cruelsister can chime in to say if she made any changes since then, and how it is about the false positives. Because I know Kaspersky makes very few false positives, they have a giant database with users.

    But without HIPS or AV portion, only sandbox, comodo should be light
     
  5. roger_m

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    Failed? Not only has it consistently performed exceptionally well when tested at MT, Cruelsister has been very impressed with it too. You must be confusing it with another product.
     
  6. porkpiehat

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    indeed!
     
  7. Floyd 57

    Floyd 57 Registered Member

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    Oh yes it was SS that she said sucks against worms, oops. But the MT tests were unimpressive, lots of failed ones
     
  8. Nightwalker

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    Sorry, but you are wrong again, @harlan4096 has been testing WiseVector StopX for a while in MalwareTips Hub and the results were stellar.

    Cruelsister has tested it too and again the results were almost flawless.


    Her posts about it:

    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/wisevector-stop-x.431502/page-22#post-2953836
    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/wisevector-stop-x.431502/page-27#post-2960126
     
  9. jmonge

    jmonge Registered Member

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    Hi what is your security set up?
     
  10. monkeylove

    monkeylove Registered Member

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    I think Avast and AVG.
     
  11. bellgamin

    bellgamin Very Frequent Poster

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    Wrong again!!! Please be more careful when posting extremely negative information without adequately checking it out.
     
  12. porkpiehat

    porkpiehat Registered Member

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    good point, well put...
     
  13. Pat MacKnife

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    Yes you are right, account not needed for Avast/AVG
     
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