AV-Comparatives Anti-Phishing Test July 2016

Discussion in ''Personal' Software Reviews' started by Danyboy Hidalgo, Jul 30, 2016.

  1. Danyboy Hidalgo

    Danyboy Hidalgo Malware Hunter Silver Member

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  3. Zjor

    Zjor Member

    Aren't the results a little low, only 3 products passed ?
     
  4. Danyboy Hidalgo

    Danyboy Hidalgo Malware Hunter Silver Member

    apparently , they were the only products that entered the test
     
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  5. Zjor

    Zjor Member

    I understand you but, 93% it's a low detection, the test was using 531 URLs. o_O
     
  6. dinosaur07

    dinosaur07 Senior Member

    This is dust in the eye$, in my opinion. I do not believe these tests. Our malware defenders` guys here perform a very good job on this matter. ;)
     
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  7. revC0de

    revC0de MTAC Moderator Staff Member

    I work with malware and anti-malware for a long time and I can tell you that some of the top rated AVs fail in our tests.
    In a real scenario, the situation described by the labs test is a bit different.
     
  8. guardian

    guardian Administrator Staff Member

     
  9. revC0de

    revC0de MTAC Moderator Staff Member

    The marketing process has the last word! :S
    Hardly we can trust these results, data are manipulated, losing all meaning.
    If I want to use a new AV, personally I test it, according to my needs and then I decide: in some cases, free products were equal or superior to the paid ones. :laugh:
     
  10. guardian

    guardian Administrator Staff Member

    Exactly!! my thoughts too :read:
     

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