- May 16, 2018
I guess I might get a little vitriolic here but it's sort of twinged my lesser nature that a company that's gotten a 27% protection accuracy rating on the SE Labs endpoint test is going to start throwing out accusations that another company isn't going to cover ALL types of malware and threats. I guess if you have it listed as a feature somewhere in the settings that a product detects scripts, exploits, word documents, loaded pdf files, it doesn't actually matter that you demonstrate that your product can do so effectively. It just matters that it's there, listed somewhere in the feature set so that any tom, dick, and harry can go to your website and proclaim that you cover those areas better than another product. 27 percent is so abysmal that I'd be willing to bet money that you could pull someone at random off the street and have them get a higher score than the malwarebytes product, and I think they should be held up as the poster child for bloated and useless anti-malware features.
Laughing.... yeah, it is kind of ridiculous to reference anybody not covering everything when you cover 27%.