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AV-Comparatives - PUA test december 2009 released


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http://anonymz.com/?http://www.av-comparatives.org/images/stories/test/pua/avc_pua2009.pdf

PS: ADMs if this request is not permited, please edit the topic or send me a msg for me edit it:

Someone here can please post the tests results of VB100 on Windows 7?

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Thanx for the info.

Well, this time ESET is a bit behind and Avira seems to be hitting the right notes. :think:

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Kaspersky, ESET, Avast, Microsoft, and AVG don't do so well in this on-demand test of potentially unwanted applications.

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I want all my potentially unwanted applications. :smartass:

I disable detection for this stuff because it only detects and deletes all my :pirate: and haxx0r tools.

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I know and stuff like Metus, KillCMOS, ( which I can't seem to get to work :( ) anything that actually tests your connection.... but I just make an exception...Don't know why Metus would be picked up.. :hypocrite:

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I want all my potentially unwanted applications. :smartass:

I disable detection for this stuff because it only detects and deletes all my :pirate: and haxx0r tools.

auhauhauhauhauahuahuauahauuha - this is a good point.

Personally i leave it enabled because when something is flagged as PUA or "Risktool", more chance to the fix/tool be clean. Normally avira and a-squared( the 2 on demand scanners i have) flag fix/tools like this. Some AVs flag all fix as trojans/worms. One example is the SND fix for rollback rx.... a-squared flag it as "Risktool:RollbackRX!IK" when most other avs flag as a trojan.

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I keep it ON no matter how many type of tools I have. :sneaky:

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Infact, if you have fixes/keygens/etc on your PC. ESET is quite good as per the results. ;)

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I have ESET NOD32 Antivirus check for potentially unwanted applications. I do not have it check for potentially unsafe applications.

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@spootnack:

Don't sweat the reviews too much ^_^

What matters most is the day-to-day result they deliver.

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