PCSL New Mobile Security Test(2011 July) Android Platform

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by pcslinfo, Jul 24, 2011.

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  1. pykko

    pykko Registered Member

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    I use Netqin. It doesn't drain my battery at all.
     
  2. Blackcat

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    Is this free?
     
  3. Narxis

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    Yes. You can pay for remote wipe and lock, unfortunately the automatic update is a paid function too...
     
  4. Blackcat

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    So with the free version you cannot update at all, or can you manually updateo_O
     
  5. Narxis

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    Yes, only manually update in free version.
     
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  7. pykko

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    Still no report published.
     
  8. Noob

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    Also if i ever get a smartphone i will never use it for things such as banking etc.
    Smartphones for me are entertainment gadgets :D
     
  9. rogerchien

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    How about AegisLab Antivirus for Android? It will be great if you can include this in testbench.
     
  10. Dark Lord

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    Hi pcslinfo
    Its been more than a week still the English report of "Greater China Region Malware Defense Test" NOT YET PUBLISHED :oops: :(

    You promised it will be finished in next week. o_O

    Plus looking forward to PCSL New Mobile Security Test with the addition of suggested security apps mentioned on previous posts by wilders members :thumb:

    Regards,
    Dark Lord
     
  11. Esse

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    What about Bluepoint Security? They done a good job protecting Windows users in the past, its cloud based and have a free version on Android market.

    Cheers

    /E
     
  12. ReverseGear

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    Still no result in english ?
     
  13. keen

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    I use Bluepoint and it seems to work great. It'll catch Windows malware as well as the android protection, though I would like to see some proper testing.
     
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