G Data TotalCare 2011 Beta out now

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  1. Ford Prefect

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    Great news! I am testing TotalCare 2011 at the moment. Looks good and suite is running smoothly.

    Malware detection should be good, both Avast and Bitdefender under the hood. :D
     
  3. vijayind

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    The new changes seem to be:
     
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    What version of engine(BD and avast) they might be using avast v4.8 or v5 and same for BDo_O
     
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    Current BD and avast 4.8 (at the moment).

    The behaviour blocker works pretty well, even on x64 systems - no irritating alerts on os tasks, compared to other solutions.
     
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    Is the "Checking Download" popup annoyance still there?
     
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    still a bit heavy for my tastes imo but overall an improvement over last year
     
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    So what is new the cloud technology and the BB(not concerning some features posted by vijayind)

    Have you tested BB what kind of alerts does it giveso_O (Sorry for asking questions but I can't install the BETA version as I don't know german:) )


    EDIT: What about the firewall part?
     
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    You can install the beta, cause the English version is available:
    http://mirror01.gdata.de/dl_users/qs/qstmp/Beta2011/ENG_R_Beta_2011_TC.exe

    New cloud technology covers protection against phishing sites and infected sites in general.

    The BB detected a lot of different fake av's and different other malware samples when executed.

    The firewall seems to be optimized regarding overall performance.
     
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    Good I didn't install it then if it's heavy. :D I'm going for lightest and tightest setup possible... would still be fun to test though. The installer said it couldn't access the Installshield (or whatever) service so it couldn't continue. :blink: :cautious:


    EDIT: Yay! :D It failed because I was away when it finished and a pop-up came from CIS which was auto-blocked. :p
     
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    Much, much better than the previous version :thumb:
     
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    Like this;
     

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    I guess this question is needed to ask for me at least... how does the whole suite compare to using a sandbox/policy based HIPS, SRP and recovery solution? I can't imagine this suite being lighter for one referring to what a user has already said about its footprint. :doubt:
     
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    Finally in english, i waited like 3 months for this :D
     
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    Does it still slow down downloads from web sites like 2010 does?
     
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    Thanks man I have started downloading the setup:)
     
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    Not for me. I am getting max speed here (same as w/o TC2011).
     

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    The newest version has been released in germany, won't take long for the rest to follow ( http://www.gdata.de/ )
     
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    Review of G Data TC 2011 on -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftSjM-1L62U-
     
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    when out the 2011 final english? thanks
     
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    Watching the "review" :)
     
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    The detection is not quite good:thumbd:
     
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    You base that on what?

    edit: on that youtube link? Avira also failed in a review from languy99... bad detection?
     
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    I'm guessing he had an old beta version or a corrupt install. I just tested the latest beta and it blocked all threats I threw at it. I also tested the web guard and it's really powerful.
     
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    Lol, no AV is bullet proof vs Zero Day threats :D
     
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