Battle CIS 5 or KIS 2011

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Jack

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CIS 5 or KIS 2011.

I will go with KIS 2011 in Interactive Mode. :diablo:
Reasons will follow, now I have to go to work
 

LaserWraith

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Feb 24, 2011
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Yeah, I doubt KIS will alert to and block everything. While I have heard many good reviews about it, I still think an HIPS like CIS's on paranoid will catch more.
 

techgeek88

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Mar 16, 2011
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Jack said:
KIS is awesome (like you I'm a KIS fanboy) but to be fair KIS on standard settings can only offer a 98-99% overall protection (real world) .....
CIS will probably average around 99,5% ( since the HIPS is more intensely used)

CIS is just too bloated and has too many notifications.... KIS with my custom settings has perfect detection. Never missed a thing. Sure, they could improve their stock settings, but that's alright. I'd still prefer it over CIS anyday though.
 

ghost

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Jan 16, 2011
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I would choose KIS for now but in the near future Comodo will overpass it once CCE will be integrated in their suite (hope the free one)...Machine shared with my wife so i can't let her answer Comodo HIPS questions. The so called Parental Control would only make her call me on work and that's not a good option!:whip:
 

psyside1

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Mar 23, 2011
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techgeek88 said:
Jack said:
KIS is awesome (like you I'm a KIS fanboy) but to be fair KIS on standard settings can only offer a 98-99% overall protection (real world) .....
CIS will probably average around 99,5% ( since the HIPS is more intensely used)

CIS is just too bloated and has too many notifications.... KIS with my custom settings has perfect detection. Never missed a thing. Sure, they could improve their stock settings, but that's alright. I'd still prefer it over CIS anyday though.
 
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