360 internet security just take a look at the detection rates way higher then Baidu but it all comes to personal preference also.
It's mostly because Qihoo is more known in Asia, see survey results:never heard of either of them they sound like scam software names so i wouldnt trust them with security on my pc id rather go for a known company like eset etc
That is correct!Just a quick question, 360 Internet Security is not a cloud AV? Because the download is over 200MB, compared to Baidu which is less than 20MB(?) I believe.
ZoneAlarm uses Kaspersky AV engine and according to several AV testing sites gives you about the same protection, it is just not as popular as it once was that is why it is not on the list. Just because it is not on the list doesn't mean it isn't good, it just means it is not popular. Comodo is not on any of the lists, neither is Online Armor, Gdata, Trustport, Norman, Dr. Web or FortiClient, does that mean they are not good as well?zone alarm isnt good otherwise it would be on that list huracan posted
Protection-wise , chinese AVs are like any other AVs.The answer is - none of them. I don't trust software from China. This is completely different market than rest of the world, allowing applications to do what they want and when they want.
Yup. Focusing only on detection - Qihoo is better.Protection-wise , chinese AVs are like any other AVs.
Privacy-Wise, i don't trust them; there is no privacy in China , and common chinese users really don't care about privacy.
I fully agree, especially with the copying. They copy-paste everything since they joined VirusTotal.Yup. Focusing only on detection - Qihoo is better.
IMHO Baidu has no idea what they detect and why, they just blindly copy detection from other vendors (what means - they copy their FPs).
Anyway - because of privacy concerns - I don't recommend .cn software.
Privacy is a serious issue when talking about AVs. They can send to HQs files, memory dumps, links, metadata..
People should choose only vendors they trust.
Totally agree to.I fully agree, especially with the copying. They copy-paste everything since they joined VirusTotal.