What do you see as the cutoff point where a product goes from being anti-virus to anti-malware or vice-versa? As per another thread, I'm considering whether to renew 600 or so Avira licenses or replace them with something else. These days most of our detections come from drive-by's and "things" on websites (mostly cookies) and the occasional rogue executable that sneaks in via USB or similar. I'm intending on taking a laptop and hooking it to our guest wifi so it doesn't touch the LAN, and visiting a bunch of sites on malwaredomainlist.com and trying it with Avira, and then MalwareBytes Pro installed (I'll re-image it in between of course). I guess what I'm not clear on is quite what the cutoff is where a product ceases being anti-virus (and Avira is called Avira Antivirus) and become anti-malware - by my definition most of the issues we face these days are caused by web browsing so fall more into malware than virus, but I don't live and breathe this stuff hence the question.