Is this true really? (about Panda's Cloud Antivirus)

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Onur, Oct 13, 2009.

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  1. Onur

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    Personally I would think all the hype on cloud technology would amount to something. E.g. McAfee's Artemis also got a similar score a while back in AV-Comparatives.

    I wonder if cloud technology is effective at detecting zero-day threats?
     
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    well those results dont seem to reflect what private testers have been seeing for the most part...
     
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    He will, he says he'll be testing it today or tomorrow...
     
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    XP VM and did a scan with Malwarebytes while waiting over 4 minutes for Avira just to start updating it's defs after install. :thumbd:

    248 newish samples at around 80 meg including about 20 morphed installers for Internet Antivirus Pro.

    They all did ok?

    Scan.JPG
     
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    malwarebytes is getting better and better;) thanks for the pics franklin:thumb:
     
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