IObit Security 360 Beta Released

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Phenom, Jun 8, 2009.

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  1. TheIgster

    TheIgster Registered Member

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    I`m running Windows 7 64-bit so maybe it is an issue with 64-bit systems. No idea, but it is an issue for sure.
     
  2. firzen771

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    they seem to keep adding new features instead of getting what they already have to ACTUALLY work... :cautious:
     
  3. TheIgster

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    No kidding...there is a memory leak on some systems and real time protection doesn`t work, but hey, let`s add a toolbar.
     
  4. fcukdat

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    Damn, although I do not use IObit, I hate it when a company offering security software can not be trusted.
     
  6. firzen771

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    wow... thx for shedding light on this, this is unacceptable...
     
  7. fcukdat

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    Data removed as was internal testing by me(Not authorized by my client MBAM)and there is plenty of enough support data elsewhere in the public arena now.
     
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  8. firzen771

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    this is pretty despicable... with evidence like that i dont know what kind of argument they can make against it, it detected an IN HOUSE FP, thers no way they culd have received the sample since it wasnt released to the public AND have the "coincidence" of having the same detection name...:rolleyes:
     
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    Hmm, wonder where it goes from here?
     
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  10. Juha L

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    Bye bye IObit reputation.

    Well I guess another company will soon raise in China with different name.. How come these people expect not to get caught at some pointo_O ~ Snipped as per TOS ~
     
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  11. dw2108

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    If you really, really think about it, this is what we shall be getting for free as Win 7 runs these guys outta business. Like a sack of cats clawing themseves to death as they drown, the vendors turn dirty.

    OH THAT'S TOO DAMNED DEPRESSING!

    Dave
     
  12. Chubb

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    It is better to put the intelligence and effort in research and development for a better product, than to put the intelligence in reverse engineering the hardwork of others and stole the work of others. Invention is better than copying and cracking.
     
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    +1.
    Very well stated.
     
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