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Last post Author Topic: Scot Finnie finally decides on an antivirus solution...  (Read 14202 times)

Edvard

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Re: Scot Finnie finally decides on an antivirus solution...
« Reply #25 on: August 24, 2006, 02:07:23 PM »
What? No Avira? (Formerly Known As H+Bedv AntiVir...) Was it one of the Rejected Ones? Sure it's the Free version. Sure it isn't as feature-full as others, but dang...

Not.
One.
Virus.
Ever.

Shouldn't that count for something?

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Re: Scot Finnie finally decides on an antivirus solution...
« Reply #26 on: October 07, 2006, 03:31:00 AM »
I would certainly agree Scot's criteria was... a bit funny. :D But interesting nonetheless. I would dearly love to do my own "real" antivirus test! I'm amazed there is no real "open" antivirus test out there. I would imagine a good public collaborative effort could assemble hundreds, perhaps thousands of viruses, trojans, spyware, etc. to infect test systems with. That would really be the measure. It would even be good to get a few "white hat hackers" together to custom-code a new antivirus for heuristic testing.

Oh but I digress...

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