ANTI MALWARE TERBAIK 2010

Posted on Juni 4, 2010. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tag:, , , , |

avast! Internet Security 5.0

$59.95 direct
Fans of avast!’s antivirus can now get full security without going elsewhere for firewall and antispam protection. It’s still just the essentials, but, if that’s what you’re looking for, it’s a good choice.

AVG Internet Security 9.0

$69.99 direct
The latest suite from AVG is a distinct improvement over its predecessor. It integrates multiple new anti-malware technologies and its firewall problems are fixed. It’s now a good choice, though not a challenger for Norton Internet Security 2010 and other top products.

BitDefender Total Security 2010

$79.95 direct (for 3 licenses)
BitDefender offers everything you expect in a suite and more. It’s especially good at malware detection and offers better antispam, parental controls, and privacy protection than most suites. It affects performance more than some, but it’s a very good choice for all-around protection.

CA Internet Security Suite Plus 2010

$69.99 direct (for 3 licenses)
CA hired experts to completely overhaul their suite’s user interface. The result is unique, stunning and user-friendly. Alas, the security components housed in that gorgeous shell are hardly changed. They’re still second-rate, and the suite’s default settings can cause serious trouble for users. Maybe next year!

eScan Internet Security Suite for Home Users Version 10
$45.95 direct
Just installing this suite on malware-infested systems took days of effort. It scored okay on malware removal and blocking tests, but its proactive scan blocks many valid programs. The antispam and parental-control elements aren’t worth consideration. This suite has a long way to go before it can challenge the top contenders.

F-Secure Internet Security 2010

$59.99 direct (for three licenses
The 2010 edition of F-Secure Internet Security has a new, easier-to-use interface and improved detection capabilities courtesy of a new protection network. This year’s suite has less impact on performance than last year’s, and its firewall now explicitly blocks exploits. In almost every security area it’s a good choice—but not a great one.

FortiClient Endpoint Security Standard Edition 4.1

Free
FortiClient Endpoint Security Standard Edition 4.1 may not cost you any money, but its poor performance in dealing with malware and phishing attempts means that if you install it you’ll pay the price of limited security.

K7 TotalSecurity Version 10.0

$44.96 direct (for 3 licenses)
This suite from Asian security giant K7 Computing needs work. It’s not a resource hog and the spam filter is decent, but it needs to clean up malware more thoroughly and the firewall is fragile. Maybe the next version will do better.

Kaspersky Internet Security 2010

$79.95 direct (for 3 licenses)
Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 has everything you expect from a security suite and more. Its firewall is smart, the antivirus labs like it, and its “Safe Run” sandbox protects your system. It did not, however, ace our antispam and anti-malware tests, and it somewhat slowed system performance.

McAfee Total Protection 2010

$79.99 direct
Pleasant, streamlined interface. Network map with intruder alert, remote repair. Fast, accurate antispam. SiteAdvisor toolbar includes very good phishing protection. Very good malware blocking. Small performance impact. Online backup from Mozy.

Norton 360 Version 4.0

$79.99 direct
Norton 360 offers all the protection of the powerful Norton Internet Security suite. For $10 more, Norton 360 adds PC tuneup and a feature-rich local and online backup system, now with remote access and file sharing. Either version of the suite will be a fine choice for overall system protection.

Norton Internet Security 2010

$69.99 direct
Utilizing innovative technologies that crank up your PC’s protection without bogging down its performance, Norton Internet Security 2010 remains the best overall security suite on the market.

Panda Internet Security 2010

$79.95 direct (for 3 licenses)
Panda Internet Security 2010 has less impact on system performance than its predecessor, and it’s more effective at blocking phishing sites and removing malware. Otherwise, it’s unchanged. I had serious problems getting it to install and run on some malware-infested systems, just like last year. But if you’re installing on a clean system it can be a good choice.

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