Before you put VoodooShield into lock down mode(Always On), make sure your PC is virus/malware free, than set VoodooShield into training mode for approximately 2 weeks so that way VoodooShield can make its whitelist for all your applications. After that, switch it to Always ON aka lock down mode. In this mode any executable wasn't in VoodooShield whitelist will block, but you can allow it to run if you know it's safe.i searched info about fortinet and it doesn,t provide much, only heurestic for zeroday malwares thats its
I try this now Avast Free + VoodooShield Free
Just to let you know, VoodooShield is a free non commercial ANTI-EXECUTABLE. This programs only block executable application( application end with .exe such as 123virus.exe). Also, it'll upload every single executable files into VirusTotal.com to check if it malicious or no, so you can have better opinion if this file is safe or not.Thanks For Good Advices Thats Helped a lot
dont see a need for companion AV when you have avast.
COMODO signature detection is weaker against installers, than it is against downloaded malicious payloads.
Avg fixed this a couple of hours after they where notified about this bugIf you go for AVG read this first.
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I think you don't need for that case, usually its more complicated + overpowered. Avast contains numerous and vast features that is indeed enough for the AV to stand itself + Voodoshield as an anti-exe is effective in the sense where its a user decision to provide notification of a file which not included on the snapshot.