Q for Marcos/eset staff

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by volvic, Sep 2, 2010.

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  1. volvic

    volvic Registered Member

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  2. no_idea

    no_idea Registered Member

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    please define "better"

    alas, there is no all-around "best" AV-package available (otherwise I would be using it already ;)

    Presently I'm (still) with ESET, because they offer a reasonable detection rate for zoo malware combined with still above average "pro-active" detection and very few false positives.

    Avira, while being an excellent scanner, has in my experience a somewhat tarnished record with false positives (kind of overzealous bastard)
     
  3. reevesloh

    reevesloh Registered Member

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    Well if u just doubt bout ESET AV just change to other AV since u keep asking immature question.This question has been answered a thousand of times so it is no point to repeat this again.Pardon me bout what i writing but it is true!I been using ESET for bout 4 years from nod32 ver.2x to ESS4 and i fully satisfied with ESET AV protection."NO AV that 100% sure protect your PC
    just up to u to make sure it!"
     
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    This thread should be closed as it is not a request for support.
     
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    Good answers all. Thanks
     
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