G Data 2015 Beta

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by malexous, Dec 14, 2013.

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  1. safeguy

    safeguy Registered Member

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    The AV industry really is evolving beyond my wildest dreams. I didn't expect a Time Machine. Or is this an Inception? When 2015 comes, we all would experience Deja Vu.
     
  2. zfactor

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    not a gdata fan myself but i am testing it on one of my test machines. ill throw everything at it this week and see how it does. for me at least 2014 was a "fail" overall. besides it being so heavy on the system.

    i agree though the 2015 moniker is just really plain stupid.
     
  3. Inside Out

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    I didn't think anyone here would agree that 2014 has extremely poor detection. :thumb:
     
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  4. Taliscicero

    Taliscicero Registered Member

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    Says who? some random guy on the internet "you" who does nothing but bad mouth the product with out ever testing it?

    ( http://www.av-test.org/en/tests/home-user/windows-7/julaug-2013/ )

    AV-TEST.org

    GDATA 2014

    Protection against 0-day malware attacks, inclusive of web and e-mail threats (Real-World Testing)

    (JUL) 100% / (Industry average:91%) Samples used: (125)


    (AUG) 100% / (Industry average: 97%) Samples used: (19,581)

    (Protection Score 6.0/6.0)

    Go away, you bother me and you are a buffoon. ;)
     
  5. fax

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    :D .. The best would be to ignore the troll...
     
  6. larryb52

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    totally agree, its crazy to think they will be able to predict what technologies will actually be needed by than?
     
  7. Blackcat

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    As I have said before he is not bashing the right product here.

    Volvic, one of our members here, for example bad-mouthed Webroot for many posts before he was given a warning;

    So there must be different criteria used for Inside Out and GData? :p

    The quotes below from Inside Out seem very similar to the above criteria for at least a warning?


    So my suspicion that you only receive a warning for bashing only ESET/Webroot products may be correct after all? :blink:

    All we ask for is equal and fair treatments for all products.
     
  8. fax

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    Yeap :thumb:
     
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