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Avira Endpoint Security brings your desktop PC and file server protection under a single license. Naturally this also includes Avira Management Consol... Learn More
Full Anti-Virus protection
Scans for and fixes Malware
Scans for and fixes Rootkits
Scans iPhone Apps
System (Registry) Repair
Protected Repair Environment
Boot CD Creator
Open SBI Detection Rules
Supports multi core processors
No donation requests
Multiple updates per day
Command Line Parameters
Command Line Tools
Automatic software updates
Putting you a few steps ahead
Permanently delete old files
Bank in a SafeZone
Stay safe behind a firewall
Protection against DNS hijacking
Sandbox test space
Avira Professional Security
Avira Server Security
Avira Management Console
Avira Update Manager
Spybot is a great software research and clean Spyware and Malware, this is one of the software I prefer in terms of efficiency, lightness, speed, ease of use and I have to say that it has improved year after year.Has started as an excellent and simple solution Free against the traditional threats also be acknowledged that he never asked in a pushy to upgrade to paid versions, it simply requested donations in a silent way.By the time it earned its success and now offers several solutions: Spybot Free (which includes Anti-Malware and Anti-Spyware), Spybot Home sold at a cost of 10 € (which adds the integrated antivirus, adds the ability automate tasks with schedules, supports multi-core processors, scripting functions etc.) and Spybot Pro sold at the cost of 20 € (which adds the ability to create the Boot CD, scans for iPhone apps, ability to repair the Registry, Command line tools etc.).
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In the race of the best Anti-Virus protection, you need to be very careful. There is many aspect that needs to be evaluated; virus detection, performance impact, report, and management feature list, etc. I had to evaluate many different Anti-Virus during the last year, and I have to admit our final choice is not VIPRE, sorry. We had very specifics requirement; No impact on performance, multi-platform (Windows/Mac/Linux), server-side exceptions and client-side exceptions. After testing more than 25 different antiviruses, I can tell it is very hard to find. I’ve also tested VIPRE Internet Security 2016 for Home to find a fit for my home computers, where the requirements are very different. First, the Security suite come with a lot of advanced features, like Firewall, Website Blocker, Edge Protection (zero-day threats), Anti-Malware, Social Watch, Search Guard, Auto Patch, Anti-Rootkit, Email Virus Protection, Spam Filter, Anti-Intrusion, etc! Very impressive for 50$ (based on shop.vipreantivirus.com) for a year, or 100$ for Lifetime. The UI is very clean, and the configuration come by default with the standard scanning schedule, Full scan once a week, Quick the other days. You don’t want to scan too much since it is resource intensive and unnecessary, you already “real-time-monitor”. The Quick scan will scan the most important files only. The Quick scan used 12% of my CPU and 100 MB of ram, during 11 minutes. That's a lot more than competitors, scanning 10x more files. I have 4 processes running: the Anti-Malware Service, the SBAMTray Application, the Plug-in Manager Service and the WebProxy.exe. When you open the UI, you will also have VIPREUI.exe. There is a “Catch Up Scan” option if a scheduled scan is missed, but they will only do a Quick Scan. You may miss all your full. The “Second Layer Scan” will run a full scan in case a risk is detected using a Quick Scan. I like the Battery Saver mode, to skip scans when on battery. The Email Filter (phishing, virus, spam) works with Outlook or POP3/SMTP. It won’t scan if you are using Gmail in IMAP. Updates are checked every 30 minutes by default, but can be customized. There is no setting to skip update on slow network (to save bandwidth), but the signature files are probably small.
Monday 09 June 2014
If you have spyware or malware on your computer, your first step should be to download Spybot. This free detection tool is among the most trusted, and it's the ideal first step when you suspect a problem or want to ensure future problems don't create headaches.More about SpyBot Search and Destroy
Thursday 19 December 2013
With avast! Premier 2014 you gset everything in avast!'s entry-level suite plus a top-quality data shredder, an easy-to-use remote-control system, and automation for the software updater. However, if you're looking for a mega-suite there are better choices.More about Avast Premier
Wednesday 31 December 1969
Many small to medium enterprises have struggled to identify an appropriate anti-virus solution for their organisation, but Avira have tailored their product to suit the needs of smaller networks impressively.More about Avira Endpoint Security
Wednesday 31 December 1969
On one hand, we like that the overall look of VIPRE has had few changes from one year to the next. It's easy to become familiar with the software without having to hunt for things from one year to the next. Considering all these points, VIPRE Antivirus 2015 passes our tests with flying colors. It's not perfect, but no antivirus software is.More about VIPRE
Tuesday 20 November 2012
Spybot was one of the first antispyware tools ever. It's been dormant for a while. Now Spybot - SearchandDestroy 2.0 promises to destroy "spyware, malware, adware and other malicious software." In testing, it proved almost 100 percent ineffective. Pros: -Easy installation on malware-infested test systems. Cons: -Extremely poor detection of malware. -Extremely poor removal of detected malware. -Even worse removal of rootkits in particular. -Many user interface elements significantly awkward.More about SpyBot Search and Destroy
Tuesday 12 November 2013
The core product design is good, but a host of bugs meant Avast Premier 2014 ran poorly on our test PC, and it doesn't have enough extras to justify its price anyway. If you're an Avast fan, wait a couple of weeks for the next build, then focus on Internet Security 2014 instead.More about Avast Premier
Friday 17 January 2014
VIPRE Internet Security 2014 combines a decent antivirus, a simple, accurate spam filter, and a disappointing firewall; it's all over the map. You'll do better with a suite whose components are uniformly strong.More about VIPRE
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