Twitter Updates for 2010-07-13

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6 Responses to Twitter Updates for 2010-07-13

  1. Christos July 13, 2010 at 5:54 am #

    I know i asked you in your video aswell, but where is the kaspersky review?

  2. Thomas July 13, 2010 at 8:03 am #

    so out of 10, how would you rate it?

  3. malwarekilla July 13, 2010 at 2:06 pm #

    @as soon as kis 2011 goes on sale in the US then I’ll upload the review.

  4. Frank July 13, 2010 at 4:08 pm #

    Thanks for the info Matt…and for your time posting the video. We all appreciate your work. Maybe for a ‘part 2’ video, I’d be interested in seeing how this AV fairs against some malicious URLs and if this would be sufficient as a standalone AV.

  5. Tweak July 14, 2010 at 12:29 am #

    Immunet is not intended to be stand alone and will not function well as one, even the creators state this so although it is a nice extra layer of protection it is a very bad idea to depend on it alone.

    From the site:
    “Companion Antivirus: Immunet is compatible with existing antivirus products to help protect you better. Add an extra, lightweight layer of protection for free”
    “PLEASE NOTE, Immunet Protect Plus should not be installed along side other full security products. Only Immunet Protect Free is built for ‘Companion’ installs.”
    With the free version only the Ethos and Spero engines are active and work only when online as they are cloud based engines, Tetra is an antivirus engine that works offline and via updates or definitions like a typical antivirus, this engine is only active with the paid version and could be used stand alone but honestly I wouldn’t reply solely on that alone for protection personally.

    You can compare the two versions though and make the call yourself, hope this is useful information Frank.

    Comparison: http://www.immunet.com/plus/compare/index.html

  6. JimBob July 15, 2010 at 1:43 am #

    Seeing that “Automatically Cleans Infected Files” is not included, is a HUGE strike against it, even as a second layer of defense. I’m not wasting CPU cycles on something that might find something and then not be able to anything about it. I’ll stick with my MSE, GesWall, and Comodo Time Machine for free, bulletproof protection.

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