New Test Results Available

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by VIRUS.GR, May 21, 2005.

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  1. VIRUS.GR

    VIRUS.GR Guest

    Look at our web page in order to find new results of our tests available:

    <http://www.virus.gr/english/fullxml/default.asp?id=69&mnu=69>

    Details test results and documents of the methods can be found at the web page mentioned above.

    1. Kaspersky Personal Pro version 5.0.20 - 99.28%
    2. AVK version 15.0.5 - 97.93%
    3. F-Secure 2005 version 5.10.450 - 97.55%
    4. eScan Virus Control version 2.6.518.8 - 96.75%
    5. Norton Corporate version 9.0.3.1000 - 91.64%
    6. Norton Professional version 2005 - 91.57%
    7. McAfee version 9.0.10 - 89.75%
    8. Virus Chaser version 5.0 - 88.31%
    9. BitDefender version 8.0.137 - 88.13%
    10. CyberScrub version 1.0 - 87.87%
    11. Panda Platinum 2005 version 9.01.02 - 87.75%
    12. Arcavir - 87.73%
    13. MKS_VIR 2005 - 87.70%
    14. RAV version 8.6.105 - 87.26%
    15. F-Prot version 3.16b - 87.07%
    16. Panda Titanium version 4.01.02 - 86.27%
    17. PC-Cillin 2005 version 12.1.1034 - 85.98%
    18. Nod32 version 2.12.4 - 85.66%
    19. Command version 4.92.7 - 84.92%
    20. AntiVir version 6.30.00.17 - 84.50%
    21. Avast version 4.6.623 - 79.65%
    22. Dr. Web version 4.32b - 78.71%
    23. Sophos Sweep version 3.91 - 73.79%
    24. UNA version 1.83 - 73.49%
    25. BullGuard version 4.5 - 70.24%
    26. Norman version 5.80.05 - 65.32%
    27. Ikarus version 5.16 - 60.97%
    28. AVG version 7.0.308 - 54.07%
    29. E-Trust version 7.0.5.3 - 52.35%
    30. ZoneAlarm with VET Antivirus version 5.5.062.011 - 52.32%
    31. Vexira 2005 version 5.0.56 - 51.74%
    32. VirusBuster 2005 version 5.0.147 - 51.51%
    33. Solo 3.0 version 2.7.1 - 49.16%
    34. Fire version 2.7 - 48.86%
    35. ClamWin version 0.83 - 48.44%
    36. Digital Patrol version 5.00.08 - 48.10%
    37. V-Buster Pro - 46.33%
    38. Protector Plus version 7.2.G01 - 45.81%
    39. V3Pro 2004 - 38.87%
    40. Ewido version 3.0 - 38.67%
    41. ViRobot Expert version 4.0 - 38.10%
    42. Quick Heal version 7.03 - 37.75%
    43. VirScan Plus version 14.703 - 36.20%
    44. MR2S version 2.0.104 - 35.05%
    45. RHBVS version 4.60.821 - 32.96%
    46. A Squared 2 version 1.6 - 25.37%
    47. VirIT version 5.2.10 - 22.83%
    48. TDS version 3.2.0 - 21.09%
    49. Wave version 2.0 - 16.49%
    50. AntiTrojan Shield version 1.4.0.15 - 11.91%
    51. PC Door Guard version 3.0.0.15- 11.91%
    52. Trojan Hunter version 4.2.908 - 10.19%
    53. Tauscan version 1.70.1414 - 6.99%
    54. Trojan Remover version 6.3.6 - 6.67%
    55. The Cleaner version 4.1.42.52 - 6.28%
    56. IP Armor version 5.46.0703 - 2.77%
    57. Hacker Eliminator version 1.2 - 2.67%
    58. Anti-Hacker & Trojan Expert 2003 version 1.6 - 0%
     
  2. Firecat

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  3. BlueZannetti

    BlueZannetti Administrator

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    Firecat,

    Good question, hence the move to the more appropriate location.

    I addition, as Firecat has noted, this topic has been dealt with in detail previously. The results of this test are completely unreliable with respect to guiding informed decisions about purchases. What a waste of electrons...

    Blue
     
  4. Technodrome

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    Yes indeed.


    tECHNODROME
     
  5. JimIT

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    Because it's a trolling post.

    :D
     
  6. Don Pelotas

    Don Pelotas Registered Member

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    Nooooo way, what makes you think this is the case............. :D :D :D ;)
     
  7. bellgamin

    bellgamin Very Frequent Poster

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    The guest calls itself Virus.gr -- no doubt intended to lead the unwary to believe it is the tester himself who is posting. Whether or not one agrees with VirusP's test methods/results, I have never observed him to crap in our living room as this (so-called) Virus.gr has done.

    At the risk of getting my post deleted, I will say again -- I take ALL guest postings with several humongous mountains of salt. Blah :mad:
     
  8. Primrose

    Primrose Registered Member

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    Because he decided to not post as BTW any longer...

    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?p=464654#post464654

    Antony Petrakis does not hide as bellgamin so well pointed out.. :D

    Heck VirusP is still learning ..but he is a nice guy and has helped many people in the past including happy bytes. ;)
     
  9. BlueZannetti

    BlueZannetti Administrator

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    As the topic of this thread has clearly played out, it will now be closed out....

    Blue
     
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