I just got a good deal on NOD32 3 years for just $20 and switched to it. The difference in lightness over BD Free and Kaspersky is day and night
BitDefender AntiVirus Free Edition 18.104.22.168
Offline Installer (32bit/64bit):
With best Regards
Atleast this time revision sounds logical, unlike one case in December but like that time it took about week till next update came out.Might be a miss/glitsch from Softpedia - Majorgeeks ? don't shoot the messenger
Bitdefender Active Threat Control is a pro-active and dynamic detection technology, based on monitoring processes and system events, and tagging suspicious activities. It has been designed to act against never-before-seen threats based on their behavior.
I have never used BD Free, but what I know is that it used "Active Virus Control" (which, for example, is not on ad-aware free).
On BD forum many users complaining about website's on FF, Chrome ,Edge, opera are not loading due certifcat problem..... maybe this is fixed.Some fix again
So this mean BD Free just got upgrade to it's detection, with this small update?
Yes, this was only one of two issues I had with it over a 1 month trial. I wanted to like it, but … the problems.On BD forum many users complaining about website's on FF, Chrome ,Edge, opera are not loading due certifcat problem..... maybe this is fixed.
I have used BD free for several months and it was using active virus control (that was the old one) this has been replaced with active threat control, the newer part already in paid versions.
So a little better detection