Kaspersky, Norton and Panda emerges as the overall winners, while McAfee dissapoints.
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Safe Returner heals systems infected with adware, spyware, remote access trojans, internet worms and other malware.
How much of a resource hog is our favourite antivirus? How well does it perform in real-world conditions? Does it have a good enough detection rate? Find out.
Modern antiviruses are expected to do much more than simply detecting threats. A good antivirus should also be able to clean all malwares present in a system and undo the harmful changes caused by the malware. Find out how effective your antivirus software really is in cleaning virus infections.
Find out which is the best antivirus software – both free and paid, based upon detection rates.
Internet Security Suites are notorious for slowing down systems. Find out which internet security suites are the biggest culprits and learn which internet security suite is the fastest and the lightest.
More and more cyber-criminals are using websites as a vehicle to deliver trojan horses and other malwares. Often they insert malicious codes into innocent websites run by unsuspecting webmasters. Detecting a malware infection is relatively easy (as long as you have a top class antivirus) if all the pages of a website is affected. However, […]
The secret new free antivirus software from Microsoft, that a lot of people have been waiting for has been leaked. Until now it was known only by its codename Morro. However, it seems that Microsoft has settled on Microsoft Security Essentials as the final name of the product. Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) is currently in […]
On previous occasions, I brought to you Six Premium Antivirus Software for Free, but this time I shall do one better. Read on to learn how to obtain extended trial license keys for popular antivirus products including Kaspersky, Norton, Mcafee and Avira. If you aren’t sure about the antivirus product is best for you and […]
Besides the internet, one of the most common methods of propagation of malware are USB Devices (removable storage). Almost all such malwares work in a similar way. They copy themselves onto the USB device and automatically execute themselves when inserted in another computer. In order to achieve this they make use of the autorun.inf file. […]
It’s been quite some time since I took a look at how popular antivirus softwares are doing. Earlier this week Av-comparatives.org released the results of their on-demand comparatives. More than a dozen antivirus softwares were tested using about more than 1.2 million malware samples. Most of the traditional performers maintained their good showing, but there […]