VB100: Results from Dec 2015 test on Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

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  1. anon

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    https://www.virusbulletin.com/testing/results/latest/vb100-antimalware

    https://www.virusbulletin.com/virusbulletin/2015/12/vb100-comparative-review

     
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  2. Rompin Raider

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    Thanks anon!:)
     
  3. Solarlynx

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    Thank you @anon!

    I wish Kaspersky was with RAP.

    There's no Panda. :(

    In general freemiums are on a par with paidees in this detection test.
     
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    VB100's Latest RAP Quadrant is more of an industry leader board than anything else in that it wraps up six months of tests across several versions of Windows and business and consumer versions of the products tested. And Linux in the mix if it was represented in that six-month period. IMHO, for personal research of one product it's worthless.

    The RAP for this Windows 10 test is on page 26 of the pdf linked above and is of far greater value. (Every VB100 report has one of these.) All RAP chart data are a weighted average of four tests, two each for the Proactive and Reactive. The most important of those is the Proactive Set +2 which is shown in the chart on page 22 of the pdf.

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    FYI: the VB100 report cited in post #1 was released in December 2015 for tests performed in October. The relevance of 6-month old data in the extreme dynamics of the current threat landscape is subject to argument.
     
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  6. anon

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