Panda Cloud AV

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  1. ShyGuy

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    Re: Cloud AV

    panda goes to free world?? very slow scan on demand but nice and light
     
  3. Taliscicero

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    Knew about it ages ago, Its not like they are not already doing it in there 2009 version :)
     
  4. ShyGuy

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    Hi simisg,
    Scanning on demand slow? maybe the first time, but try again the same analysis. ;)
     
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    Re: Cloud AV

    I have installed it and have taken a few screen shots.

    Main GUI screenies

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  7. NAMOR

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    Re: Cloud AV

    Eicar detection

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    Help menu is located here.
     
  8. NAMOR

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    Re: Cloud AV

    Manual scan

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    Manual scan detection report
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  9. Kees1958

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    AFter the beta completes, the free version will have (not stated what) "less" security :(
     
  10. hawki

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    The new part is that it is and will be a FREE service.

    And Yes, the 2009 Panda Products are Cloud-Based. In the 2009 paid products, Panda calls it Collective Intelligence.
     
  11. progress

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    It works like Prevx, am I right? o_O
     
  12. guest

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    it looks like yes
     
  13. Saraceno

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    ance, I thought the same, but so we don't have any A v B, things might just have to focus on Panda.

    I used their web based activescan awhile ago, was quite a good scanner, picked-up a few threats on the work machine.

    Those who have liked Panda previously, and its detection rates, but disliked the resource usage, this should suit a fair few.

    Pretty slick/basic GUI.
     
  14. Franklin

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    What can I say?

    Not a peep at installing/running this rogue.

    Pro AS.jpg
     
  15. Saraceno

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    Those rogues, not defending 'panda', but they get past most AVs. Unfortunately. :'(
     
  16. Dr33

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    i tried with 5 trojans and Panda is very quiet and trojans are running happy :D
     
  17. ShyGuy

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    Hi Dr33,
    have you configured the connection settings properly?
     
  18. Dr33

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    i think so since i do not use a proxy and my firewall allow panda full
     
  19. ShyGuy

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    umm don't know what can be happening o_O , on my own tests it detected almost all of my malware samples :)
     
  20. Dr33

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    Re: Cloud AV

    maybe my samples are too new
     
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    Re: Cloud AV

    So, this thing also has a on-access scanner or is it meant only for on-demand scanning?
     
  23. Kees1958

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    You will be notified in six hours or so (after the in the cloud analysis is completed), chances are you won't be able to connect to AV sites :D
     
  24. raven211

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    My concern is that if this indeed IS a cloud-based product, even if the malware is completely new, it should block it automatically just because of that - if it's of dangerous origin.


    Resource usage and any conflicts when having other Anti-Virus/Anti-Malware products running?
     
  25. raven211

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    Wonder why they've not changed that in their ONLINE help in that case... :doubt:
     
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