Feb 2010: G Data, will improve Avira, Panda Aug 2010: G Data, TrustPort, McAfee Feb 2011: G Data, TrustPort, avast ! G Data is obviously doing well. Odd that it is not the best according to AV Test. Let’s track the market leaders by their position in the top 20: Symantec: 7,6,12 (medium positions) McAfee: 5,3,10 (close to the top) Trend Micro: 18,13,13 (almost consistently close to the bottom) “Underside” in this case means >90% detection; We’re talking about 90% of thousands of newest and the most dangerous virus threats, and so I guess it’s good enough anyway. Virus Bulletin Virus Bulletin is the most complex site, quantifying the broadest range of vendor products and giving the results that are most wide-ranging. They have lots of historic data on antivirus product operation. Let us take their RAP (Reactive and Proactive) test from October 2010 to April 2011. The finest vendors Kaspersky, Trustport, Coranti, Avira, G Data. How are the leaders doing? п»ї
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Symantec: ~90%-80% (definitely top quadrant) McAfee: ~ 75%-75% (average results) Trend Micro has been boycotting this evaluation for 3 years (hmm) If it is examined by separate sources so what can be said about antivirus protection? – The results do not fit. Totally different vendors come to the top and fall to the bottom with no indication of why – Top sales sellers are average or below average in their protection amount and the best locations are awarded to small-scale businesses – The same vendor can show a great result on an identical test in 2010 and drop down a year after – Websites of the antivirus vendors are full of certifications obtained from one of these three laboratories. Each of the 52 vendors has at least one. I am uncertain how you can compare them based on this information. Power of the fourth estate There are a lot of computer magazines. And they are issued every month. Marketing research says the advice from computer news sources is among the most important factors in the decision making of antivirus product customers.
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Let us look at some comparison charts from distinct sources (first version of the article on Antivirus Direct features links to the posts) Dennis Technology Labs, “PC Total Protection Suites 2011,” February 2011 Greatest Options: Symantec, Trend Micro, Webroot PassMark Applications, “Consumer Security Products Performance Benchmarks (Edition 3 Feb. 2011),” February 2011. Best Choises: Symantec, ESET, G Data ConsumerSearch Finest Choices: Symantec, avast!, Sophos TopTenReviews Best Choices: BitDefender, Kaspersky, Webroot Antiviruscompare Finest Choises: ESET, Symantec, Mcafee PCMab Greatest Alternatives: K7, Symantec, Kaspersky CNet Greatest Alternatives: Kaspersky, Mcafee, TrendMicro I believe I’ve made my point, although I could continue posting heaps of screenshots. Pick any of the 52 vendors and there will be an IT magazine that will rank it number 1.