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- Borked Pseudo Mailed
December 16, 2006, 12:05 am
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Detection rate for different antivirus softwares (200612):
Fortinet FortiClient Host Security 3.0: 94.33%
GRISOFT AVG Internet Security 7.5: 92.75%
Dr.Web Antivirus 4.33: 87.44%
AVIRA AntiVir ProfessionalEdition 7.0: 87.01%
Kaspersky Internet Security 6.0: 83.45%
Rising Antivirus 2006: 82.40%
ALWIL avast Professional 4.7: 79.16%
MicroWorld eScan Internet Security 8.0: 76.31%
McAfee Internet Security 2007: 71.55%
Symantec Internet Security 2007: 69.96%
F-Secure Internet Security 2007: 57.89%
CA Internet Security 2007: 55.74%
AhnLab V3 Internet Security 2007: 53.78%
Trend Micro Internet Security 2007: 53.71%
ESET NOD32 2.5: 49.51%
Kingsoft Internet Security 2007: 47.21%
AVG detects more viruses than anti-virus heavyweights Dr.Web,
Avira and Kaspersky?
Trend Micro and ESET NOD32 are down at the bottom with the
world's worst virus detectors?
THIS TEST IS JUST A PILE OF FRESH STEAMING DOGGIE-DOO!
www.malware-test.com has taken over from www.virus.gr
as the #1 dipshit of the anti-virus testing world!
Re: Chinese Wannabe Anti-Virus Tester Wins Dipshit Oscar!
Borked Pseudo Mailed wrote:
I don't oft reply to unfettered torrents of conciousness, but have to side
with you on this one. It could be that they were testing on a lot of ZLob
variants, key-gens, cracks and similar low-threat, low-spread malware that
is changed on a daily basis and mostly downloaded by criminals anyway. I
know that Eset concentrate on real threats whilst putting the former on the
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