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#1 IStogov

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Posted 18 October 2006 - 07:44 PM

On-demand results August 2006
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Proactive/Restrospective Test, November 2006
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Results from: http://www.av-comparatives.org/
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#2 Lucian Bara

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Posted 18 October 2006 - 08:01 PM

Aren't we forgetting some products? :)
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Posted 18 October 2006 - 08:39 PM

Aren't we forgetting some products? :(


No, we are not forgetting.

G DATA Security, F-Secure and TrustPort - it's not a secret, that these products are using two antivirus engine. That's why they are not included. By the way one of thier engines is Kaspersky.

Other notincluded vendors: AVIRA and VirusBlokAda (VBA)
look at this picture from av-comparatives.org
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I think nobody in right mind will use protection with such false positives
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Posted 18 October 2006 - 09:25 PM

actually i think f-secure uses more then 2, it uses kaspersky, f-prot and i think some orion thing

Avira is still improving, those fps are because of the new heurisitc engine. probably kaspersky will score a few more fps after the new heuristics engine is released, but the Ps will only last for a short time.
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Posted 18 October 2006 - 11:08 PM

Avira is still improving, those fps are because of the new heurisitc engine. probably kaspersky will score a few more fps after the new heuristics engine is released, but the Ps will only last for a short time.


Yes, I agree, those fps are because of the new heurisitc engine.
And I agree with you, AVIRA is one of the intresting product on the market.

But those detection rate is also becuse of the new heurisitc engine.
Now using new heurisitc they have 99,51% detection rate, but befor that they had only 96,19%.
So we have the usual problem: detection vs fps.




I've just found another test - Virus.gr

15-25 August 2006 (NEW!!!)

The test was made on 15-25 August 2006, using Windows XP Professional SP1 on a P4 2800 Mhz, 512MB DDRAM.
All programs tested had the latest versions, upgrades and updates and they were tested using their full scanning capabilities e.g. heuristics, full scan etc. The default settings of each program were not used, in order for each program to achieve its maximum detection rate. Because of this, there is a possibility for the tested programs to detect a few false positives.
The 147184 virus samples were chosen using VS2000 according to Kaspersky, F-Prot, Nod32, Dr.Web, BitDefender and McAfee antivirus programs. Each virus sample was unique by virus name, meaning that AT LEAST 1 antivirus program detected it as a new virus.
ALL virus samples were unpacked and the only samples that were kept were the ones that were packed using external-dos-packers (that means not winzip, winrar, winace etc).
The virus samples had the correct file extension using a special program (Renexts) and were unique, according to checksum32 filesize.
Most of the virus samples used were not previously replicated at the time the test was made, which means that some of them, although probably only a few, may be false positives. The procedure of testing each and every virus sample is still under process.
The programs MKS_VIR , PER and IPArmor were not tested because there was no english demo version available.
The programs WinAntivirus , Anti-Hacker Expert , Command , Extendia AVK , GDATA AVK , BOClean , VET and Freedom were not tested because there was no demo version available.
Thourough mode was not used in VBA32 due to extremely slow scan process.
Advanced heuristics were not used in Tauscan due to extremely slow scan process.
VirusBuster uses the exact same engine as Vexira.
TheShield uses the exact same engine as VirobotExpert.
Avira uses the exact same engine as AntiVir.
Fire uses the exact same engine as Solo.
MKS_VIR uses the exact same engine as ArcaVir.
BullGuard uses the exact same engine as BitDefender free edition.
The program InVircible did not include a "typical" scanner-function and could not be tested.
The program V-Catch checks only mail accounts and could not be tested.
The program PC Tools kept crashing while testing the samples.
DOS-Based scanners were not tested.
The following file types were used.

SH, ELF, COM, EXE, PL, BAT, PRC, DOC, XLS, BIN, MDB, IMG, PPT, VBS, MSG, VBA, OLE, HTM, INI, SMM, TD0, REG, CLASS,

HTA, JS, VI_, URL, PHP, WMF, HLP, XML, SCR, PIF, SHS, WBT, CSC, MAC, DAT, CLS, STI, INF, HQX, XMI, SIT.


The virus samples were divided into these categories, according to the type of the virus :

File = BeOS, FreeBSD, Linux, Mac, Palm, OS2, Unix, BinaryImage, BAS viruses, MenuetOS.
MS-DOS = MS-DOS viruses.
Windows = Win.*.* viruses.
Macro = Macro, Multi and Formula viruses.
Malware = Adware, DoS, Constructors, Exploit, Flooders, Nukers, Sniffers, SpamTools, Spoofers, Virus Construction Tools, Droppers, PolyEngines.
Script = ABAP, BAT, Corel, HTML, Java, Scripts, MSH, VBS, WBS, Worms, PHP, Perl, Ruby viruses.
Trojans-Backdoors = Trojan and Backdoor viruses.
Rank

1. Kaspersky version 6.0.0.303 - 99.62%

2. Active Virus Shield by AOL version 6.0.0.299 - 99.62%

3. F-Secure 2006 version 6.12.90 - 96.86%

4. BitDefender Professional version 9 - 96.63%

5. CyberScrub version 1.0 - 95.98%

6. eScan version 8.0.671.1 - 95.82%

7. BitDefender freeware version 8.0.202 - 95.57%

8. BullGuard version 6.1 - 95.57%

9. AntiVir Premium version 7.01.01.02 - 95.45%

10. Nod32 version 2.51.30 - 95.14%

11. AntiVir Classic version 7.01.01.02 - 94.26%

12. ViruScape 2006 version 1.02.0935.0137 - 93.87%

13. McAfee version 10.0.27 - 93.03%

14. McAfee Enterprise version 8.0.0 - 91.76%

15. F-Prot version 6.0.4.3 beta - 87.88%

16. Avast Professional version 4.7.871 - 87.46%

17. Avast freeware version 4.7.871 - 87.46%

18. Dr. Web version 4.33.2 - 86.03%

19. Norman version 5.90.23 - 85.65%

20. F-Prot version 3.16f - 85.14%

21. ArcaVir 2006 - 83.44%

22. Norton Professional 2006 - 83.18%

23. AVG Professional version 7.1.405 - 82.82%

24. AVG freeware version 7.1.405 - 82.82%

25. Panda 2007 version 2.00.01 - 82.23%

26. Virus Chaser version 5.0a - 81.47%

27. PC-Cillin 2006 version 14.10.1051 - 80.90%

28. VBA32 version 3.11.0 - 79.12%

29. ViRobot Expert version 4.0 - 76.22%

30. UNA version 1.83 - 75.44%

31. Rising AV version 18.41.30 - 73.60%

32. Sophos Sweep version 6.0.2 - 69.48%

33. Ikarus version 5.19 - 63.22%

34. Antiy Ghostbusters version 5.1.3 - 61.55%

35. Digital Patrol version 5.00.12 - 54.29%

36. Vexira 2006 version 5.002.45 - 52.66%

37. V3Pro 2004 version 6.1.1.2.640 - 52.38%

38. Ewido Premium version 4.0.0.172 - 51.27%

39. Ewido freeware version 4.0.0.172 - 51.27%

40. ClamWin version 0.88.4 - 51.23%

41. E-Trust version 7.2.0.0 - 50.36%

42. ZoneAlarm with VET Antivirus version 6.5.722.000 - 44.65%

43. A Squared Anti-Malware version 2.0 - 43.28%

44. A Squared Free version 2.0 - 43.28%

45. Zondex Guard version 5.4.2 - 41.73%

46. Comodo version 1.0.0.4 - 41.02%

47. Solo 4.0 version 3.1.0 - 40.83%

48. Protector Plus version 7.2.H03 - 37.04%

49. Quick Heal version 8.00 - 33.66%

50. PC Door Guard version 4.2.0.35- 24.13%

51. AntiTrojan Shield version 2.1.0.14 - 24.11%

52. VirIT version 6.1.9 - 21.39%

53. Trojan Hunter version 4.2.924 - 13.44%

54. Trojan Remover version 6.5.1 - 8.00%

55. Tauscan version 1.70.1414 - 7.70%

56. The Cleaner version 4.2.4319 - 6.03%

57. Hacker Eliminator version 1.2 - 1.70%

58. Abacre version 1.4 - 0.00%

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Posted 19 October 2006 - 02:38 AM

Thanks for the links IStogov...I gather in the near future the Kaspersky Awards will get busier

Congratulations to the team for the hard work....nothing more needs saying :)

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Posted 19 January 2007 - 09:22 AM

Hello,

Don't you think the reports should be updated? :)

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Posted 19 January 2007 - 11:37 AM

Yes xpsunny, A bit more of an understanding may help.

http://www.av-compar...sse_2006_11.php

Does the tests include hueristics, as a few companies have been running this for awhile ?

What of the results for 10,000, I don't think any did well. Guess the days of a anti-virus program is nearing the end of its life. Which will put spyware companies out too.

Just a thought. Pro-active as in Kaspersky's is mis-leading to say the least. This test says pro-active , but isn't that confusing to what it actually means ?

Pro-active meaning hueristics is the testers case ?

Note: Not sure how the owner of this site is with copyrights, but to do all these tests, then hide them seems maybe a touch excentric to say the least.

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Posted 19 January 2007 - 01:04 PM

yes, in this proactive test the proactive defense can't be used. it's a standard scan of new malware with 3 months old signatures. the praoctive defense triggers only on execute.
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Posted 19 January 2007 - 02:55 PM

yes, in this proactive test the proactive defense can't be used. it's a standard scan of new malware with 3 months old signatures.


Thought something along this line, very misleading for the public.

the praoctive defense triggers only on execute.


It is amazing how far it has come. I only met version 5 of Kaspersky A/V, but with ProcessGuard it was a great front. PDM is definitely a great bonus to version 6, enough to not need ProcessGuard anymore.

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Posted 20 January 2007 - 09:33 AM

Hello,

The "ProActive Defense" was enabled during the tests. Take a look at the below link.

http://www.av-compar...topic.php?t=573

By the way, the scan speed and false postivies results should be at least updated. :)

Bring the truth to the public. :D

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Posted 20 January 2007 - 01:55 PM

I saw that already, it was enabled but it's unusable under those circumstances, the proactive defense is superior to heuristics from the detection point of view, if the malware would have been executed kav should have catched over 90% of it using the pdm alone.
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Posted 20 January 2007 - 07:35 PM

Lets get back to the point.
Please update the reports. :yes:

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Posted 22 January 2007 - 11:10 AM

if the malware would have been executed kav should have catched over 90% of it using the pdm alone.

there is an own test report about this on av-comparatives.

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Posted 22 January 2007 - 11:11 AM

Hello IBK, good to see you here.
I know about that test. :whistle:
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