Test Self-Defense On x64 (January 2011)

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  1. lordraiden

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    http://antimalware.ru/antivirus_self_protection_test_x64_2011

    http://translate.google.es/translat...re.ru/antivirus_self_protection_test_x64_2011

    Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 (100%)
    ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite 2010 (97%)
    Dr.Web Security Space 6.0 (94%)
    Comodo Internet Security 5.0 (92%)
    Outpost Security Suite Pro 2010 (7,0) (92%)
    Norton Internet Security 2011 (91%)
    BitDefender Internet Security 2011 (89%)
    Trend Micro Titanium Internet Security 2011 (86%)
    Avast! Internet Security 5 (83%)
    AVG Internet Security 2011 (77%)
    G DATA Internet Security 2011 (73%)
    Avira Premium Security Suite 10.0 (67%)
    McAfee Internet Security 2011 (65 %)
    Panda Internet Security 2011 (65%)
    F-Secure Internet Security 2011 (64%)
    Eset Smart Security 4.2 (59%)
    PC Tools Internet Security 2011 (59%)
    Emsisoft Anti-Malware 5.0 (52%)
    VBA32 Personal 3.12 (45%)
    Microsoft Security Essentials 1.0 (30%)

    It's a pitty that they couldn't test the latest version of Comodo Internet Security (5.3) or MSE (2), the only free products of the list.
     
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  2. treehouse786

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    russian vendors on top again.
     
  3. lordraiden

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    I dont see nothing strange, Kaspersky has one of the best HIPS
    Zone alarm, Comodo and Norton are from USA
    Outpost was initially a Firewall + HIPS so they have a good HIPS.
     
  4. firzen771

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    and dr.web
     
  5. lordraiden

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    Yes, but still I dont see nothing strange. It's already known that the first six products has a good HIPS, so it's quite normal that they score good on this kind of tests.
     
  6. trjam

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    Dr Web has always excelled at self defense. Not surprising.
     
  7. smage

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    Good results for KIS.
     
  8. firzen771

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    ye i wasnt saying im surprised, just mentioning that he left it out is all (Dr.web does not have a HIPS tho right?)
     
  9. lordraiden

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    No dr web does not have, I omitted it again :p what we would do without you :D
     
  10. xxJackxx

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    Something they have always been great about. One of the reasons I run it.
     
  11. Kernelwars

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    kaspersky:thumb: is it resource friendly?:D
     
  12. Noob

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    Some people say no, and some say yes, you gotta try it :D
    I would say no based on my past experience (Like a year ago) :)
     
  13. blasev

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    Yes and no
    Latest build have improve significantly in term of resource usage, its light in everyday usage
    But full scan with deep scan option turned on, still drag system a little
     
  14. xxJackxx

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    I'd say the current version is. If I had a complaint that wouldn't be it. My biggest gripe for the 2011 version would be the interface but that's another topic.
     
  15. Raven_X

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    i am sorry to say this but LoL what a joke this test is, only because kaspersky is from russia: russian, they made it nr1 , because here comes the funny thing:|>>> GDATA hmm, Gdata use their OWN engine and BitDefender Engine and F-Secure engine 3 engines totaly and IT STILL scored less then bitdefender =) haha what A JOKE, what a test? hm,
    I hope you guys understand how i mean? because this is CRAZY!!! Gdata can not score less then Bitdefender if it use bitdefender PLUS F-secure plus their own. LoL
    sorry but MY opinion to this Russian av test is pure ~Phrase removed~
     
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  16. DVD+R

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    No it's Not! :cautious: Its a Hippopotamus
     
  17. BoerenkoolMetWorst

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    It is a self-defense test, so how many engines a product use won't influence their score. If I'm correct, the licensed engines are only about detection, so Gdata still has to develop their own self-defense.
    Also, Gdata uses 2 engines, the Avast! engine and Bitdefender engine. F-Secure does not have a own engine, it uses Bitdefender too.
     
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  18. lordraiden

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    It's a self defense test not an AV test ;) there are no jokes, well maybe your comment :D or mine :D just kidding
     
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  19. thanhtai2009

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    Kaspersky alway win Self-defense test :))

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    --> G data uses both avast & BitDefender engines
    --> F-Secure use BitDefender & Kaspersky engines
    for exam: Keniu use Kaspersky engine but their score in RAP test alway lower than KAV
     
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  20. Nevis

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    congrats to kaspersky , its has been always famous for self defense ..

    surprise is eset with low score
     
  21. henryg

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    I'm a bit surprised at the results concerning Emsisoft Anti-Malware....
     
  22. Baz_kasp

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    Self defense is dependent on the number of engines used, sure....just like how bullet proof my car is depends on if I have a V8 or V6 engine :D

    Best to get your facts straight before accusing ~ Snipped ~ on a test. This is the internet, geography doesn't matter anymore.
     
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  23. Boyfriend

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    Kaspersky is always toper in Self-Defense department. I believe they will soon become topper in other departments too. Congrats to Kaspersky Lab :thumb:
     
  24. trjam

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    Touche!

    The mind is a terrible thing to waste.;)
     
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  25. firzen771

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    it actually uses bitdefender + its own engine. doesnt have kaspersky anymore im pretty sure.
     
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