Gnosis

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I am interested in a list of reputable antivirus software developed be companies based outside the united states. Preferably Russian, Chinese or Non-American allied European countries . Basically, I am looking for companies that may have an interest in detecting and eliminating en-ess-aye malware.
ROFL

Don't forget rushandeefencemenastree malware. ;)
 

Gnosis

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I dare either of them to breach my sandbox, tip-toe around my behavior blocker, and then WSA.
 

alakazam

Level 3
1. Avast- Czech Republic
2. Avira- Germany
3. Panda Cloud Antivirus- United Kingdom Spain
4. BitDefender Antivirus- Romania
5. Baidu Antivirus- China
6. AVG Anti-Virus- Netherlands
7. Qihu 360 Internet Security- China
8. Ad-Aware Free Antivirus- Malta
9. (Agnitum) Outpost Security Suite- Cyprus
10. Roboscan (ALYac)- Republic Of Korea
11. Emsisoft- Austria
12. Kaspersky- Russia
13. Dr.Web- Russia
14. Sophos- United Kingdom
15. F-Secure- Finland
16. Norman Antivirus- Norway
17. Gdata- Germany
18. ESET- Slovak Republic
19. F-prot - Iceland
20. IKARUS- Austria

Enjoy!! :D
I'll add these:

21. eScan - India
22. Quick Heal - India
23. K7 Computing - India
24. Zone Alarm - Israel
 
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Burrito

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I am interested in a list of reputable antivirus software developed be companies based outside the united states. Preferably Russian, Chinese or Non-American allied European countries . Basically, I am looking for companies that may have an interest in detecting and eliminating en-ess-aye malware.
What about the ones that give access to their code -- which are many on that list, as they want US government contracts?

They deny that they do this... but..

Do you want that list?
 

AtlBo

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The NSA is responsible for Security and the use of spying techniques to accomplish that goal.The controversy is that their technology is advanced and undetectable.I don't really think they are going to infect your computer with anything.If you are concerned however there are many non US based companies that provide security software.However many have US Locations also.
If you go to their website and click "about us" you can usually find where their headquarters are based.
Problem for me is the question of "who knows who inside the NSA may have leaked information on how to spy to an individual or group." I completely identify with the OPs concerns.

[QUOTEThe OP is MIA for exactly five years but he seemed ahead of his time in this matter. :cool: Nothing of that calibre is publicly divulged and understandably so. Very cloak and dagger. :devil: Best you can do is go by what's publicly online from trusted sources. ][/QUOTE]

Kind of amazing. I agree...at least 2 or 3 years ahead for sure...