Video Emsisoft Anti Malware Home Tested 6.3.21

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-PfRyQeJww
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Computer Solutions

Digmor Crusher

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Jan 27, 2018
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I wish when people post videos like this that they would include a summary of how well the tested product did. I have zero desire to watch any video more then 30 seconds long, and that's pushing it. I know tester's want other people to watch their videos but speaking for myself, and I assume a few others, I don't want to watch any videos'.
 

upnorth

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Malware Hunter
Jul 27, 2015
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I wish when people post videos like this that they would include a summary of how well the tested product did. I have zero desire to watch any video more then 30 seconds long, and that's pushing it. I know tester's want other people to watch their videos but speaking for myself, and I assume a few others, I don't want to watch any videos'.
A tip/hint. Try click a few times at the end, as normally tester does include the summary at the end. In this case around the 18 minutes mark. :coffee:🍪
 

uninfected1

Level 11
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Jan 28, 2016
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Off topic but surprised to see Computer Solutions using Zemana Antimalware as one of their on demand scanners. Zemana used to have some great products but did just about everything they could to destroy their good name. Wouldn't touch anything of theirs now.
 

The_King

Level 7
Aug 2, 2020
314
Off topic but surprised to see Computer Solutions using Zemana Antimalware as one of their on demand scanners. Zemana used to have some great products but did just about everything they could to destroy their good name. Wouldn't touch anything of theirs now.
Yes, I used the Zemana Anti logger years ago it was a great software company back then.
NPE would be a better choice for a second opinion scanner.
 

plat1098

Level 25
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Sep 13, 2018
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@5:11 and @5:41: Emsi + Edge--that dreaded third URL, I saw SmartScreen pop up and then a notice from Emsi about a Trojan. Does that qualify as a "pass?" It wasn't blocked in the same way the other URLs were--it looked like Emsisoft didn't initially block it like the others.

So I took from this that if using Edge browser, keep SmartScreen enabled anyway for those rare or maybe not-so-rare times. I notice that an Emsisoft scan loaded w/malware didn't need a restart after cleaning like it used to. That's nice!
 

zoran popovic

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Sep 26, 2019
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