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Out-of-the-box it's awful. It's like a kit car: assembly required and not all the parts fit so you'll have to work around it or supplement it with your own parts. It's also requires far too much user intervention...we already have UAC to play the nagging mother-in-law role and we see how swimmingly that works (in the real world, not theoretical and not in a lab).


No, only evidence found was against Tencent and the other two (Qihoo and Baidu) were only accused but not cleared even though it was specifically announced that there was no evidence of cheating on their part. cf. http://malwaretips.com/threads/av-comparatives-real-world-protection-test-march-–-june-2015.48405/#post-411019

Mass media: where rumour > fact
Just lol nothing more to add.
 
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chinese often cheat to be first , in Vietnam where i am , they even manage to resell their chicken frozen since 40 years :D

so i'm totally not surprised ! ;)
 
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chinese often cheat to be first , in Vietnam where i am , they even manage to resell their chicken frozen since 40 years :D

so i'm totally not surprised ! ;)
Chinese have different mentality - they do not consider it cheating...

40 year-old, frozen chicken ???
 
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Chinese have different mentality - they do not consider it cheating...

40 year-old, frozen chicken ???
yes exactly, they call it competition :D (you must do all you can to win, cheating is just a tool hahaha )

40 years yes, amazing no ^^

Chinese always lurk upon Vietnam, so some Vietnamese start to think China try to poison them to reduce the population then in the future take over Vietnam lol
 
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I remember border disputes in 1980s... "border wars" - and - Spratly Island disputes.

China has always wanted to annex Vietnam - for very long time now - is this not correct ?

Off topic, I know... do not want political discussion - I just say facts.
 
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What does "AE config" refer to?
AE config = anti-executable configuration.

CIS developers give user two options:
  • Change auto-sandbox setting for Unrecognized files from "Run Virtually" to "Block."
  • In HIPS settings, enable "Do NOT show popups - Block Requests." (Blocks all Unrecognized files)
There is also related firewall setting:

Enable "Do NOT show popups - Block Requests." (Blocks all Unrecognized files from accessing network)
 
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and for even a tighter CIS, empty the trusted vendor list ;)
 

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China has always wanted to annex Vietnam
You must be kidding.
In 1965, America tried to invade Vietnam. At that time, 320 thousand of Chinese soldiers went to support Vietnam and fight against America.
In 1979, Vietnam got support from USSR and invaded us. So our Chinese military had to fight against them.
Now we only want to get our islands in South China Sea back.
 
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and for even a tighter CIS, empty the trusted vendor list ;)
Untick "Trust applications signed by trusted vendors" now disables Trusted Vendor List (TVL) completely.

I completely removed TVL once - and found I could not restore it - and, worse, it caused black-screen system because CIS blocked\sandboxed bunch of critical system files.

It was bad experience so I only disable the TVL using the above mentioned setting.
 

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You must be kidding.
In 1965, America tried to invade Vietnam. At that time, 320 thousand of Chinese soldiers went to support Vietnam and fight against America.
In 1979, Vietnam got support from USSR and invaded us. So our Chinese military had to fight against them.
Now we only want to get our islands in South China Sea back.
Guys off-topic for a minute is ok, but this is so far off-topic that one could make a new forum section for this...
So stay on topic...

Thanks.
 
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Just lol nothing more to add.
Very productive. If you have nothing to add, please don't add anything. :rolleyes:

Not to mention the press release by Qihoo admitting that they used the BD engine to get high test scores, yet their QVM was pretty much for show... gimme a break lol..
Qihoo admitted to stating that to the AV testers when they provided the software to be tested--which no respectable consumer product tester asks for a sample; they acquire it the same way the consumer does--why didn't they do that? Additionally, why did this all come out 2 months after the fact?

At the end of the day, Qihoo 360 performs exceptionally well and is a top shelf product; test it yourself (or not...it's your stuff, your money, but don't claim to be "objective" if you rule out options based on professional gossip and not observable, repeatable testing).
 
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