It's way bellow average.Bullguard is a comfortable security company. Thus:
- custom development is almost nothing
- Bitdefender SDK engine helps a lot to detect malwares
- you can get free 1 year license almost every year
- Internet Security and VPN are cost is €119.98
- it is an average product
- behavior blocker is not the best
Yes, I do believe in them. One member said that they are developing their own engine which I was not able to confirm. But let us wait and see. The product is one of the lightest suites available in the market.Very informative thread thanks to all above memebers for their valuable input. In the long run Bullguard should become a more rock solid antivirus
I have installed the new version of BIS on a laptop with fresh Windows 10 Pro install. First, I have noticed that the online installer download 170 MBs instead of 60 MBs (as it used to be). The high ram usage is still there and I feel a performance hit which I confirm is a new issue. I don't know what's going on but let's wait and see what the changes are in their release notes (still not published).How about the high Ram usage?
As soon as I saw the architecture on your screenshot, I realised it's gone. Maybe BullGuard has switched to someone else...I will investigate rn.Went to Bullguard folders and nothing's there related to Bitdefender All drivers are signed by Bullguard Ltd
I am curious if they dropped BD engine, and if they did, what engine are they using right now.
I saw that, they are showing BD names...they have done something... maybe relying more on the cloud? Also, last time I tested them the UI was blurry. Now they have fixed it, maybe they have read my feedback on here?Bullguard support confirmed that they are still using BD engine in addition to their own.
I hope all the changes get reflected in the release notes soon.I saw that, they are showing BD names...they have done something... maybe relying more on the cloud? Also, last time I tested them the UI was blurry. Now they have fixed it, maybe they have read my feedback on here?