Umbra Polaris Reviews List

Discussion in ''Personal' Software Reviews' started by Umbra Polaris, Apr 8, 2013.

  1. Umbra Polaris

    Umbra Polaris Board Enthusiast Silver Member

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  3. Spirit

    Spirit Initiat3 Silver Member

    RE: Umbra Corp Reviews List

    Always eager to read review by you
     
  4. Umbra Polaris

    Umbra Polaris Board Enthusiast Silver Member

    RE: Umbra Corp Reviews List

    Thanks guys, i started to redirect my reviews/guides from MT to my blog, it will take some times until i finish.
     
  5. MalwareDoctor

    MalwareDoctor Member

    RE: Umbra Corp Reviews List

    Alright get on it Umbra time is money. :D
     
  6. Umbra Polaris

    Umbra Polaris Board Enthusiast Silver Member

    RE: Umbra Corp Reviews List

    Added: SAS Pro 
     
  7. MrHacker

    MrHacker Initiat3 Silver Member

    Thanks for the Great Reviews.
     
  8. Gnosis

    Gnosis Senior Member Known Member

    You were being modest---SAS still sucks.
     
  9. guardian

    guardian Administrator Staff Member

    can't understand what the fuss is about with SAS?
    tried it once and that was enough for me :(
    IMO I feel that 3/5 is modest especially when it revealed 9/44 but Umbra has his talents
     
  10. Umbra Polaris

    Umbra Polaris Board Enthusiast Silver Member

    What people have to understand about any product is the main purpose of it.

    SAS detection/protection is indeed quite low, but it has other features (BSO protection, etc..) that works as expected.

    Remember that SAS was just an Anti-spyware, not an anti-malware, its technology is not designed to be "the-main all-powerful-main-AV." but just a second layer.

    Of course now if you compare it against MBAM, SAS is weak but you have made a small mistake; MBAM is a powerful malware scanner/remover designed to clean infected systems; its huge user database contains many malware-hunters that submit their discovering right away.

    The actual problem with most security geeks/aficionados/fan is that they try to compare products performances between each other; this is a mistake again; what anybody should look is "since i am using my product, does i got infected? does my system was vulnerable?"

    if your answer is "no" , so it is a good product.

    No one jump on more than 1-3 zero-days malwares a week (unless you look for them). and in a week most products will get a signature against most zero-days.

    This just my point of view.

    Thanks.
     

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