How is Dr WEB nowadays

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by gery, Jul 16, 2013.

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  1. SergM

    SergM Registered Member

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    Sure. Free product Dr.Web Live CD or Live USB is not included in the paid version Security Space. It is distributed separately and freely.
     
  2. Macstorm

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    Thank you SergM :thumb:
     
  3. spywar

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    Great Vlab ;) Hey SergM
     
  4. SergM

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    In honor of the 10th anniversary of "Doctor Web"

    Only three days, from 23 to 25 December 2013 Price Protection 1 PC / Mac + 1 mobile device - just 699 rubles a year if they buy a license for 10 years.
    http://estore.drweb.com/10years/?lng=ru

    I say at once: I do not know whether you can buy this proposal is not in Russia. But making a purchase in rubles through PayPal probably can.
    This is just my opinion. Only.
     
  5. Pandora Box

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    I love to used dr.web cure it to side up with these scanners:
    Eset online Scanner, Norton Power Eraser, Trendmicro HouseCall,
    Norman Malware Cleaner, Malwarebytes Antimalware.
    Each of them have difference virus engine which each other have & lack.
    Combine all these scanning will fix each other's gaps.;)
     
  6. Blackcat

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    This would have been more of a celebration with some FREE license giveaways ;) :p

    Overall, not a tempting offer; how many of us here still use an AV that we started with 10 years ago. Further, how many of the present security vendors will still be around by then? F-Prot/Frisk has already gone.
     
  7. aleeco

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    Dr.Web has launched a new promotion for its home products that offers a whopping 50% discount over a regular license. Meet the "Dr.Web Security Space without technical support".

    In US$ - the price for a 1 year protection for 1 PC is 19.55 USD

    In Euro - the price for a 1 year protection for 1 PC is 28.21 EUR

    The reason for a discount is simple: the license is being offered without a technical support.

    Great pricing and smart move, considering the fact that international users rarely request a technical support..

    The promotion doesn't have an expiry date at the moment.

    You can get your copy of Dr.Web Security Space, here: http://estore.drweb.com/home/?lng=en
     
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  8. aleeco

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    According to the new promotion, to get your copy of a two year non-technical support license for home products would cost you only 31.28 USD - a great unbeatable price for a two year protection!
     
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  9. DoctorPC

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    Problem is, I have read Dr.Web has become pretty heavy lately.

    Somewhere on this forum a professional testing house found DrWeb caused slowdowns quite a lot. Surprising, and sadly, already purchased a stack of Avira licenses. I'd of loved to move to DrWeb now that it is affordable.
     
  10. aleeco

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    I would like to see some proof, please!
     
  11. aleeco

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    If you already have purchased a license from other AV vendor for corporate use and would like to switch to a Dr.Web business product, there is migration program (Switch to Green) which offers great incentives to corporate customers switching to Dr.Web Anti-virus products. More information on the migration program can be found here: https://promotions.drweb.com/promo/migrate/?lng=en

    For all other promotions, visit: http://promotions.drweb.com/?lng=en
     
  12. nsm0220

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    not good lacks zero day protection,uses too much ram and cpu, and the UI sucks
     
  13. Inside Out

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    The one in your sig isn't that hot either.
     
  14. aleeco

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    When speaking out loud about such "solid facts", could you prove it with some authoritative statistics, screenshots, comparisons?

    We are in a professional community forum after all.
     
  15. spywar

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    I fully agree with you :thumb:
     
  16. Blackcat

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    I wish this was true all the time. Just look at Inside Out's professional comments about his favourite AV :p :blink: :rolleyes: :thumbd: which have been going on for over 5 months now. And these are only a small selection found in a few minutes :p

    Then please stop!

    All of the above stated with virtually no facts to back them up.

    All I can say is that Inside Out must have had a horrible experience with GData when he was still in his pram and this has scarred him for life.

    As mentioned before, if his rantings had been about Eset or Webroot he would have been banned from here already. These "carefully considered criticisms" have been a pain in the backside for 5 months now; how long will these ravings continue?
     
  17. spywar

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    Ah...You have pointed out a good case, suitable for getting some kind of warning if not already ? :argh: or ban without talking...

    But we are going off topic here.
     
  18. Inside Out

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    I respect everyone using any AV that works for them, so try not to offend. But I hate it when I see hypocrites bashing other AVs while their own is already proven a bad product. And at least I only bash one product and have no problems with bringing up serious tests such as AVC unlike the troll above calling himself a reviewer, who denigrates every AV not named G-Data or Comodo based on nothing but his own useless, self-important Youtube tests. BTW, the latest AV polls here show that you guys don't even rate it highly anymore.
     
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  19. Macstorm

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    If G-Data is bad for you it doesn't mean it is so for everyone ;)
     
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    Report any threads that deviate from the thread title.
     
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