for youre PC and Kaspersky is the secure product ( 100 % detection).
This was tested by the Dutch Consumer Organisation.
Al this info will be published tomorrow.
English Translation by Babelfish:
AMSTERDAM - users of Microsofts live OneCare beveiligingsprogramma have run during for a long time a considerable risk on virus contagion. That concludes the consumer association after research. The largest danger has meanwhile yielded, thus the association says.
Microsoft live OneCare.
The first version microsoft parcel launched of the previous year according to spokesman Ewald van Kouwen of the consumer association will have stopped only 18 per cent of the viruses. Also the antiviruspakket of APPROX. (formerly computer Associates) worked badly. This parcel could only 21 per cent of the viruses stop.
"a parcel that lets through about eighty percents of the viruses must what concerns us of the market is obtained", thus Van Kouwen. "people lived wrongfully in the assumption that they were." Van Kouwen weet or users of APPROX. or live OneCare damage has not run, but he does not exclude that this has happened.
The consumer association would have wanted tomorrow present the results of the test to the press. Second and third tests versions of APPROX. of geupdate and OneCare showed results however strongly improved. The revalued programme of Microsoft stopped, depending on of the test 62 up to 82 per cent of the viruses fired on the pc.. APPROX. 65 per cent stopped.
With these values both programmes can measure itself with popular parcels such as McAfee (66 per cent) and Norton (56 per cent). Must be noticed however that this two lasts mentioned programmes only one time are tested. Possible scoring also possible updates these software parcels higher.
That it is really possible all viruses stop proves the online security company Kaspersky, which reached a score of 100 per cent. The technology of kaspersky is also used in anti-viruspakketten of F-Secure, g the dates and Steganos.
At Microsoft one could react not yet substantive to the outcomes of the research.
Edited by Reload, 13 February 2007 - 07:47 PM.