itw test (cross-reference list)

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  1. IBK

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    AV-Test.org (andreas marx) releases every month a cross-reference list of the samples on the Wildlist for many various AV products (http://www.av-test.org/down/wildlist.zip).
    If I understood it correctly, the various AV would with updates of the 27th March detect from the Wildlist of January 2006 (844 samples) as follow:
    AntiVir, TrendMicro, Panda, Norman, NOD32, McAfee, Kaspersky, Ikarus, Sophos, VirusBuster, Fortinet, QuickHeal, F-Secure, F-Prot, eTrust-VET, eTrust-INO, Dr.Web, Command, BitDefender..................100% (844 samples)
    Avast........................99,76% (842 samples)
    AVG, Symantec...........99,64% (841 samples)
    eSafe........................98,46% (831 samples)
    VBA32.......................95,38% (805 samples)
    Proventia...................95,02% (802 samples)
    ClamAV......................91,23% (770 samples)
    Ewido........................90,28% (762 samples)
    Even if it is a cross-reference list, it contains anyway also other interesting data :). :thumb:
     
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  2. pykko

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    Error 404 - File not found

    The requested file could not be found.
    Please click here to go to the English version of AV-Test.
    This is what I get when clicking your link. o_O
     
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    this contains the results right not the actual samples lol?
     
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    Yeah the file which is around 150 kB contains all 844 samples ;) as well as the report. It is amazing how small people can compress files these days.


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    Alphalutra1

    (no it is malware free if you get the hint :D
     
  6. metallicakid15

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    anything is Possible
     
  7. IBK

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    Marx released a new list based on the wildlist of February.

    100% (750)
    AntiVir
    Bitdefender
    Dr.Web
    eTrust-INO
    eTrust-VET
    F-Prot
    F-Secure
    Fortinet
    Ikarus
    McAfee
    Microsoft
    Nod32
    Norman
    Panda
    Sophos
    Symantec
    Trend Micro
    VirusBuster

    99,87% (749)
    Command
    Kaspersky
    QuickHeal

    99,73% (748 )
    AVG

    99,60% (747)
    Avast

    99,33% (745)
    VBA32

    98,27% (737)
    eSafe

    94,40% (708 )
    ewido

    90,67% (680)
    ClamAV
     
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    I'm sure small people are just as good at compression as big people.:p
     
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    A new cross-reference list was released by Marx (based on Wildlist of April):

    100% (675 samples): AntiVir, Avast, BitDefender, DrWeb, eTrust-INO, F-Prot, F-Secure, Fortinet, Ikarus, Kaspersky, McAfee, Microsoft, NOD32, Norman, Panda, QuickHeal, Sophos, Symantec, TrendMicro, VBA32, VirusBuster

    99,85% (674 samples): AVG, Command, eTrust-VET

    98,07% (662 samples): eSafe

    96,74% (653 samples): ClamAV
     
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    Why is ewido not on this list?
     
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    I started to think that Ewido does not replace an AV (as it is more an Anti-Trojan etc.), so I did not write it this time. Also I did not write the HIPS and was unsure if I should write the eSafe, as they are traditional AV's or home-user desktop products...
     
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