how about CA eTrust EZ antivirus 2005??

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  1. jojohot

    jojohot Registered Member

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    is anyone use CA eTrust?? how about ito_O :-*

    is it good or bad , etc. :eek:
     
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    RejZoR Registered Member

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    It has a good detection rate as far as i know,but i haven't actually used it so i don't know its memory usage and interface/features design.
     
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    bellgamin Very Frequent Poster

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    EZ uses the VET engine, which has a consistently good track record at Virus Bulletin. It's light on resources -- one of the very best, in that respect. It now has incremental updates, so it's great for those users who do not yet have broadband connections.

    The GUI is ugly, but efficient -- easy to understand; easy to use.

    I only use EZ for right-click scans of *friendly downloads* because it is waaaay fast when used in that capacity. DrWeb is my RTM.
     
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    Just saw locally in Boston that Circuitcity is selling EZAntivrus 2005 for $19.95. Not sure if national, but good til Sat in MA. Might try it. Thinking between that and Panda.
     
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    I believe the e trustv7 promo ( free lifetime licence) is still available by completing the eTrust Antivirus v7 for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Special Offer form located at https://www3.ca.com/Register/Form.aspx?cid=41870 using your email address.
    you will need to register if you have not done so . The duel scanner is Vet and InooculateIT and is very light on ones system
     
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