Question about Kaspersky Labs Anti-Virus & Maximum Spyware Protection Version 7.0: Windows
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I have recently tested AVG free v8 and found that it didn't find a number of infections found by Kaspersky - a potentially catastrophic situation. I also tested the same infected disc against several other AV products and found that each one caught a different subset of what was actually there. Kaspersky was the best of the bunch although it has to be admitted that it's performance impact on the machine was quite noticeable.
BTW, I verified the presence of the infections by looking at actual files and registry entries,
The last-but-one update to AVG 8 included a "safe surfing" change which made it cane certain websites and use vast amounts of your Internet connection. In a company with 10 workstations and people doing Google searches all the time, this caused bvig problems. I understand that this has now been fixed but it left a very nasty after-taste!
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
I just did a test on Kaspersky 7.0 and I don't recommend it. It showed signs similar to Norton. I've determined they are adding extra files so you think this program is working. And that if you don't have it you'll have problems. It's true of Norton Anti-Virus and McAfee. You best bet is to get your money back and go to http://free.grisoft.com/ This program is free and I know it works great. And because it's free they don't add a bunch of un-necessary files. AVG Internet Security 8.0 is what I use. But the free version works very well also. Good luck and PEACE
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