Discussion in 'polls' started by LoneWolf, Dec 22, 2012.
ESET is good:
Ikarus (2.3 M)
360 Mobile Security- Antivirus (3.8 M)
Yeah it was quite a pain. I am back to no av still on my phone.
Android Tablet: I just added Malwarebytes. I also have ESET already installed.
I don't use any AV on my Nexus. I honestly don't think it's needed if you exercise a bit of common sense.
Malwarebytes running by itself, so far so good.
I use 360 Mobile Safe.
I like its Vulnerability Fixing.
When I'm offline I just exit 360 from the GUI and then stop its main process to decrease the impact on the battery.
I use AV mobile (ESET) + VT Uploader.
Eset Mobile Security v2 (Looking forward to v3 being released out of beta)
and for good measure......
I've just switched from 360 Mobile Safe to Clean Master from Kingsoft.
I had no reason at all to change from 360. I downloaded Clean Master to try out another cleaning app. However, it turns out that it includes a real time antivirus, and also it finds more junk to clean than other cleaning apps (even more than SD Main Pro which I purchased) so I decided to keep Clean Master and ditch 360, as it seemed pointless having two antiviruses installed.
Voted none, now using Trust-Go
Trying out Clean Master's AV, since I already have it to clean junk.
Are you guys sure it's Kingsoft? I know the initials should be obvious, but I have looked and don't see it ever say Kingsoft, just KS.
I will say I use 2 out of the 3 apps they make which is Clean Master and Battery Doctor and I must say they are awesome! I may try the security once I here some feedback from you guys
CM was included in the test:
not scan the SD.
KS == Kingsoft
Ok lol thanks, they have some great products
How does Kingsoft make money from their security/maintenance mobile apps? Does anyone know? I can understand Avast freemium model but I don't see premium paid versions of CleanMaster and the likes.
I'm now on Bitdefender cause something went wrong with ESET since last update.
Qihoo 360 Security
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (on demand)
used common sense since Cupcake.
I now do the same on Windows never ran third party security without issues.
Yep, Eset won't even open, keeps crashing here too.
Switched over to Kaspersky for now sense I have a current license until they sort things out.
Apparently, they fixed it. There is a new version available on Google Play.
So they have.
No Root Firewall
Usual Best Practices:
- toggled radios on/off as needed
- install/uninstalled applications as needed
- disabled unused services
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