Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Article: Shootout at the Antivirus Corral

PC Magazine reports: ", an independent testing group at the Otto-von-Guericke-University (Magdeburg, Germany), tested 29 anti-malware products with a very large set of files (606,901 to be specific). The goal was to test detection capabilities only, not cleaning. Products were set with their most aggressive detection options, such as using all heuristics and testing inside archives."

Want to know which is the best and worst virus scanner, the results are very interesting....

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