TrustPort new product discount for Wilders Security Forum members

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Joe_Jones, Apr 17, 2008.

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  1. Joe_Jones

    Joe_Jones Registered Member

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    After the enormous success of TrustPort in finding thousands more viruses and other malware then any other antivirus in the last two on-demand av-comparatives.org comparatives.
    Customers asked for a Antivirus only version of TrustPort.
    Because, it is strange, but some people here already have a firewall etc. :D

    We are very happy to announce that this new product is available today!

    For Wilders Security forum members we have made a special temporary
    web page ,so that they can get a discount on the normal price.

    For TrustPort Antivirus and
    TrustPort PC Security (the new name for TrustPort Workstation)

    Webpage: .http://www.antimalware.eu/wilders

    Username: antivirus
    Password: trustport


    Btw:
    * The Antivirus runs 4 (Antivirus/Antimalware) engines
    * The antivirus can set to on-demand only as well
     
  2. Nike_P

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    thanks but no thanks!
    :cool:
     
  3. lu_chin

    lu_chin Registered Member

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    Thanks for this great offer.
     
  4. C.S.J

    C.S.J Massive Poster

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    this forum is biased!
    im happy with my antivirus,

    but this is generous, and im sure people will appreciate it.

    also, its nice to see an 'antivirus-only' trustport.
     
  5. lucas1985

    lucas1985 Retired Moderator

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    Very nice :thumb:
    Two questions:
    - When are you going to switch to the new AVG engine? Also, using this new engine you can drop Ewido, right?
    - You should add VBA32 to the package.
     
  6. computer geek

    computer geek Registered Member

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    Good,
    but I think I'll stick with M
     
  7. 337

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    So I guess I need to input my Wilders user name and password?
    Dunno if I like that...
     
  8. computer geek

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    user- antivirus
    pass- trustport
     
  9. bellgamin

    bellgamin Very Frequent Poster

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    $43+ USD is a good price? I do NOT think so -- not when I can get equal or better AVs at a lower price. :p
     
  10. 337

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    Yep it helps to read the whole post, huh? Ooops!!:ouch:
     
  11. lucas1985

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    Ahh, the weak dollar :D
    27,60 Euro is a very good price for 4 quality AV engines. How much would you have to pay for Norman + AVG/Ewido + Dr. Web?
     
  12. Blackcat

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    I agree with bellgamin; £22 in the UK for the discounted standalone AV is still expensive, despite 4 engines.
     
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  13. Bunkhouse Buck

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    Price too high for what you are getting relative to other AVs that are just as effective. I do not like scans that take a long time either.
     
  14. computer geek

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    Really? Since when was norman and AVG quality?
    I would rather pay for F-secure 19 pounds in england
     
  15. lucas1985

    lucas1985 Retired Moderator

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    So, are you saying that AVG and Norman are crap? :rolleyes:
     
  16. computer geek

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    AVG, yes, norman, average
    Not fantastic are they? :rolleyes:
     
  17. lucas1985

    lucas1985 Retired Moderator

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    I'd say that they're good enough.
     
  18. computer geek

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    Do you think they are quality? Remember I did not say norman was crap in any of my posts.
     
  19. lucas1985

    lucas1985 Retired Moderator

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    Yep, they're good, both alone and combined.
     
  20. computer geek

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    Not for me, but if it works for a person, it is usually good to stick to personal experience ;)
     
  21. Jadda

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    Ok, since I am a Norman user, I will defend Norman in this case. ;) Anyways, no antivirus is perfect, and as far as I know, McAfee isn't that much better, and not perfect either. Norman isn't the best, but it is good enough for regular users and Norman can be compared to other antiviruses. I know Norman isn't perfect, but it is not crap..

    And they have had an good improvment with version 7.

    Now, you also say AVG is crap. Do you really think AVG 8's engine is bad? They have combined the best from two worlds, and I guess you are just a regular user - like me - since when you say other antivirus programs is crap, you don't have a clue what you are talking about. Experts would know that AVG isn't crap, and I just guess you are a fan of McAfee, and dislike everything else. Ok, good enough. But can you show me some proofs or why you mean AVG is crap? Because they are doing worse than McAfee? Is that it?

    I just want to know, why you have that opinion, unless you really have tested their technology in the hard way. It is just immature to say "lol, that antivirus is crap".

    If my post is just a mess, I apologize. I'm tired. :isay:
     
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  22. tuatara

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    computer geek:

    Please see how AVG performs with its one engine only in the last av-comparatives.org compared to let's say ..another brand
    That is only one of the four engines.

    Of course everybody has is favorite so do i ...
    but i don't think it is fair to say the engines used are average.
    It is important to keep up to date regarding the latest tests,
    AVG was average in the past, but it has passed big names already.
     
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  23. trjam

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    Damn, dont we have some manners here! Thank you Joe for the offer for members at Wilders. That to me shows it pays to be be a thankful member here.

    As far as price, 2 computers covered by Dr Web would be close to what they are offering for Dr Web and three others. Go figure.:doubt:
     
  24. trjam

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    And Buck, when was the last time you did a full scan with Dr Web. I aint knocking it but , well, Rome wasnt built in a day either.:cautious:
     
  25. tuatara

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    you are right, i've changed my post.
     
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