New Report, New Website and Greetings from PCSL

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  1. pcslinfo

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    New Report,and Greetings from PCSL

    Hello everyone,
    We have released a new test which combines static scan test, dynamic test, static false positive test and dynamic false positive test into a single test.

    This Test we added two new security vendors(Rising and Microsoft) and up to 25 security products have been tested by PC Security Labs. 17 vendors gained 5 Star Excellent Award, 5 vendors gained 4 Star Good Award, 1 vendor gained 3 Star Standard Award.
    Chinese PDF Report: Click to download

    English PDF Report will be available soon.

    Media Reports:
    PCHome PConline ZOL ZDNET CNET Dosecu CIW eNet CTOCIO 365Master Hexun

    Once Again, thank you for all of your consideration.
     

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  2. Miyagi

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    Thanks Jeffrey! :) MSE continues to be in top. Sunbelt's heuristic showed to help the product but needs more help.
     
  3. firzen771

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    the site looks reall great :thumb:
     
  4. Fajo

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    If possible someone post some stats of the rankings. As I'm waiting on the English version.
     
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    It seems Dr.Web has improved from "standard" 90-94% level to the "good" 94-97%. Maybe the signature robot is slowly improving their rates.
     
  7. Saraceno

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    risl, I was going to say the same thing. Dr Web did well, most of them did. Including Panda, Avira, Vipre, even Quick Heal and I never thought I'd say it, 'Trend Micro'.

    But definitely good to see Dr Web on the rise.

    Good report Jeffrey. :)
     
  8. firzen771

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    A-Squared #1 in detection :thumb: good job. (FP's not an issue FOR ME) ;)
     
  9. risl

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    Numbers must do something. Currently they seem to average over 2000 signatures added per day(today going over 3000)with the help of the robot.

    24 hours in one day, which means 1440 minutes, which is 86400 seconds divided by 2000 signatures equals one new signature created in every 43 seconds. Today their updates have contained average of 178 signatures in every hour during a period of 15 hours which means one new signature created around every 22 seconds.

    It was just few months ago when they were only adding some 300-500 total per day.
     
  10. Chubb

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    Just for your easy reference:

    总分排行 = overall rating

    总侦测率排行 = detection rate

    总误报情况 = number of false positive
     
  11. firzen771

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    LMAO, i dont think id be able to tell the diff between those characters except for the length of each word :D :D
     
  12. funkydude

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    So many products at 90%+ it's great!
     
  13. Fajo

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    The resaults from this test seem a bit off compared to other independent tests.... Odd. o_O
     
  14. firzen771

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    the sample set is much smaller than tests like AV-C
     
  15. Fajo

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    Even the real world tests show a different picture. The only one that seems to be around the same in all tests is Kaspersky and MSE. Would of liked to see Norton in there but meh!
     
  16. PC__Gamer

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    so thats 96.37% detection rate for Drweb, woah!

    they have increased alot from the last test i think,

    i cant seem to find their past-test results though on that website? o_O
     
  17. SweX

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    Sure it is, but look at it this way.

    That it's nice to see smaller tests like this than just AV-C etc...
    So more tests will be published more regulary than just around every 3 months as AV-C usually does.

    SweX
     
  18. PC__Gamer

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    and AV-C was only 1/6th of the size of Av-Test.org's test :rolleyes:

    resources are an issue...
     
  19. icr

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    Yeah most of them except the last two not faring well.

    Just one question to pcslinfo why haven't they included eset, norton, avast in their test.

    All products did really well in this test. Kaspersky being rock solid, MSE free and the best in the lot, Even a good job by Dr. Web
     
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    Mine is working perfectly:)
    What kind of problem are you encountering?
     
  22. Edwin024

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    Really weird that Symantec is not included at all in this test. Is Symantec no factor in China?
     
  23. sourav_gho

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    I cannot download the pdf mentioned...
     
  24. pcslinfo

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    For PCSL, we only add vendors when they officially tell me that you are willing to take part in the public test.
    While, ESET, McAfee and Symantec are all in the internal test list, I think you can see their performance in public test soon.

    Thank you for your consideration.:)


    give me your email and I will send you a copy.
     
  25. Fuzzfas

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    Vipre lower than Twister... Sunbelt should better add a behaviour blocker in there, cause that isn't good news.
     
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