Two Internet Security Suites Reviewed

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by fred128, Nov 16, 2006.

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  1. fred128

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  2. coldplay

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    I heard Mcafee SS 2007 is worse than its 2006 one; Norton SS 2007 is better than its 2006 one.
     
  3. kdm31091

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    I don't take the review too seriously simply cause it's another one of those PC magazine sites that probably uses a test bed of 10 samples. *eye roll*
     
  4. KikiBibi

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    kdm31091, does this mean AV-Test.org is not reliable?
     
  5. Legendkiller

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    i don't think that reviews are always manipulated by magazine websites.I goto PC Magazine's site quite regularly and i find their reviews quite ok to accept.

    They have given the best AS tag to Spy-sweeper which is acceptable,similar to firefox and opera in browser category.

    Yes they may cover-up or give some extra pts to some companies like to Zonealarm ISS earlier..

    But this time around they have given appropriate ratings to all suites.

    As for Norton 2007,it has been symantec's best offering since 2003 line of products(and best suite so far this year along-side KIS),while Norton IS 2006 is till my favourite.

    As for Mcafee's suites,they are experiencing lot of bugs,80-90% of which are solved now..
     
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    I think the review is pretty close on both.
     
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