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    According to the test, norton is the best. Unfortunately, speed has conquered it's efficency. It's up to you to choose

    Efficency or speed?

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    angel_of_death57
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    How the hell did NOD32 scan a whole harddrive in 44 seconds thats bollocks must of only scanned memory or soemthing and where is AVG in all that. I use Norton so i am happy i would rather be safe than speedy

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    Weird, I've heard people talk for a month on how much better Kaspersky's pattern files are supposed to be.

    But then again NOD went through that hard-drive pretty fast, so I assume it was too small to really contain a lot of stuff, maybe this added a bit too much randomness to the test.

    I have serious doubts.

    Who made it?

    The Symantec PR department?

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    angel_of_death57
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    I doubt it also do these other scanners scan inside achieves like Norton does that makes it longer to do.

    I reall do doubt if i got NOD32 to scan all 100GB+ data on my 200GB hard drive would scan everything in 44seconds

    Norton does mine is 45 or less minutes.

    We needs specs and more info on this i do not believe yet.

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    BS test 4 sure.

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    It was only 1 folder not a hard drive.

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    8000+ infected files in one folder.

    Which took an hour to go through for norton, and 44 seconds for NOD 32, and only a couple of %'s difference in the detection rate.

    Bloody magic.

    Like I said, I have a doubt.

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    Here's what happened..

    Each were tested with:

    Zip compacted
    RAR Compacted
    Raw
    Attributed (hidden)
    Attributed (read only)
    Attributed (system)
    Atrtributed (all)
    Zip + Rar + TAR + GZ


    Then we, averaged the times that each antivirus used for each test and came up with the final results. Apparently, NOD32 easily passed the archived virus tests easily but not as efficent. Norton took much longer.

    We partnered with a large virus database to obtain all of these viruses.

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    We?

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    i am on kaspersky now after going from Avast! (long term believer until i found out they dont use old viruses, just new ones) then to norton (very good but kills your system resources) and now on kas (very pleased so far, very little resources used. Just see whether it lives up to claims)
    Shut that cuntís mouth or Iíll come over there and fuckstart her head.

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