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unbelievable , emsisoft the best. :lol:

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exodius - rather - it's one of the best on this chart.

There are a few of them which scored perfectly, and were then sorted alphabetically.

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exodius - rather - it's one of the best on this chart.

There are a few of them which scored perfectly, and were then sorted alphabetically.

Yeah, you're right.

I think Kaspersky will beat bitdefender. :D

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It seems that if detection is equal products are arranged alphabetically.

Don't forget avast!, he also detected all threats.

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Yes, yes,YES! Finally Emsisoft gets the attention it deserves. I'm so glad! :D

Hopefully, people will get that, and start testing it out, giving it a fair chance.

On another note, which engine does Quihoo use? It's bundled with Malware Defender, so I know it must bee good. xD

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On another note, which engine does Quihoo use? It's bundled with Malware Defender, so I know it must bee good. xD

Three engines ; Avira, BitDefender and their own in house engine

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Last time I checked, people were complaining about Emsisoft's inclusion. :P

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Hello guys.... :D

Finally Out official AV-Comparatives - Real-World Protection Test - March 2013.

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nice chart ...

Emsisoft |F-Secure| GData |Qihoo >> BitDefender engine did perfect 100%

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unbelievable , emsisoft the best. :lol:

far from the best, it seems to have a very big false positive alarm rate, the only real winner is kaspersky, high detection and protection couples with few false positives
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unbelievable , emsisoft the best. :lol:

far from the best, it seems to have a very big false positive alarm rate, the only real winner is kaspersky, high detection and protection couples with few false positives
incorrect reading Bro,... check back the chart. Pls note :: I'm NOT an AV fanboy

see my sig

GDATA is The WINNER Mar 2013 test so far

Real World Protection : 100% Blocked

File Detection Test : 99.9% Detected

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unbelievable , emsisoft the best. :lol:

far from the best, it seems to have a very big false positive alarm rate, the only real winner is kaspersky, high detection and protection couples with few false positives
incorrect reading Bro,... check back the chart. Pls note :: I'm NOT an AV fanboy

see my sig

GDATA is The WINNER Mar 2013 test so far

Real World Protection : 100% Blocked

File Detection Test : 99.9% Detected

He is totally right, you should read this :http://www.av-comparatives.org/images/docs/avc_fdt_201303_en.pdf to understand what he was talking about, btw GDATA is not good enough just like emsisoft :)

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I read your link. Considering FPs,..you're right. Go Kaspersky fanboy. :D :lol:

sorry, I still not interested to use AV right now.

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I read your link. Considering FPs,..you're right. Go Kaspersky fanboy. :D :lol:

sorry, I still not interested to use AV right now.

Well, I'm an ESET user and I like it so much because it never put me in trouble ^^, Kaspersky is very good, but since 2 years it couldn't detect a nasty and annoying sality virus in my PC, since then I changed it to meet ESET and satisfied till now :), no AV means more risk I think , because even Sandboxie have its flaws ;)

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Only avast!, Panda, 360 decided to use free editions on this test.

AVG and Avira used Internet Security suite (and still failed).

Free edition outperforms overpaid full feature suites.:tehe:

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no AV means more risk I think , because even Sandboxie have its flaws ;)

Respect your opinion Bro...

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WOW avg did so well

considering the excellent fix for AVG that is available might be a decent option.

ESET seems to be performing slightly worse on the successive tests I've been looking at.

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WOW avg did so well considering the excellent fix for AVG that is available might be a decent option. ESET seems to be performing slightly worse on the successive tests I've been looking at.

Eset is always billed to be the "not on-par with the big boys" AV because they think it lacks extra features which some would call bloatware but some call simply extra features. Although it lacks some "big" features like IM Protection and P2P Protection, it proves to be adequate enough for even the advanced users.

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