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:rockon: Fantastic. Very nice list and all in one place. I do not know if this will count for anything,

but if maybe an admin could sticky this, I think it would be a good thing. As a mozilla FF user

with add-ons, most of those tests will not run unless I allow them to. Having said that, it is still

very nice to check my set up across multiple sites.

Once again, thank you.

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thanks guys ... :)

had all these tools/links collected and bookmarked , over quite some time ,

but found them while day cleaning the browser ....

so thought of compiling them together and obviously then sharing it ...

( else what would be the use of compiling .... ^_^ )

you can be sure of running a well tuned setup ,

but its always a feel good factor and reassuring to test it and see some warning sounds and alert messages ... ! B)

PS -- Added a few more Tests ...!

i ll keep checking and if found , more will be added to the list ..

>>if any other member also has an interesting tool / application / resource , for testing ,

share it with us .... :)

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pc security test 2011

virus protection:

ESET SS 4 : 75%

KIS 2011 : 55 %


ESET SS 4 : 0% (?)

KIS 2011 : 0 % (?)


ESET SS 4 : 100%

KIS 2011 : 100 %

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IF any of you have installed the Finjan/M86 Security Labs Extension in Firefox.. I would suggest removing it and opening the prefs.js file for the profile you have it installed in... Then take a look at the entries which are left behind.. May be a good idea to remove all of the entries for Finjan in that area... I have attached the file... which is an excerpt almost to big for an attachment...for your viewing pleasure..

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thanks to Alienforce ..

for the comodo tests ...

+1 ;)

first post edited .....

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hello people sorry to posting this actually when you installing pc security test it will install 2 malware test file in c:\windows and c:\windows\system or system32 folder. namely system.exe and virus2.exe. if your antiwhatever does not detected the manually scan for this file and upload it to online virus scan and check the result and delete it, thats it bye bye. :P

ps: thanks for the info nsane. (about the tools shared) :D

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Just updated the First post . :)

>Sanitized . Removed all dead tests .

>Edited . Formatted and unified the layout .

>Refreshed . Added new tests and new links to old tests .

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Malicious Web Site Blocked

You attempted to access:


This is a known malicious web site. It is recommended that

you do NOT visit this site. The detailed report explains the security risks on this site.

For your protection, this web site has been blocked. Visit Symantec to learn more about phishing and internet security.

Exit this site

Continue to web page anyway

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