ESET Smart Security vs Bitdefender Internet Security vs Kaspersky Internet Security

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arsenaloyal

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Littlebits said:
I couldn't count the number of times that I had to remove BitDefender, Kaspersky, McAfee and Norton from my customer's system because they caused problems.

I never experienced issues with ESET, therefore it is the only paid AV that I will recommend besides paid versions of Avast, AVG and Panda Cloud.

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Exactly my opinion,eset is such a stable product, i have many of my family members still using version 3 which is still supported for more than 6 years without any problems whatsoever,mind you they are no security geeks,just normal people,all I do is just renew eset every 2 years for them and give them the key and no problems!
 

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maaster said:
Detection doesn't alone matter....other factors such as false positives,resource usage etc too matter!
yes absolutely right! the good thing about EST is they keep things really simple,all most user need is a completely bloat free antivirus,and eset is the best at it.
The last version of kaspersky I tried was 2009.
Kaspersky and bitdefender change their UI too much,so its not really always good for non technical user and their updates are also very big when compared to eset.
ESET when configured to max settings and password protected it hard to beat.
 

maaster

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arsenaloyal said:
maaster said:
Detection doesn't alone matter....other factors such as false positives,resource usage etc too matter!
yes absolutely right! the good thing about EST is they keep things really simple,all most user need is a completely bloat free antivirus,and eset is the best at it.
The last version of kaspersky I tried was 2009.
Kaspersky and bitdefender change their UI too much,so its not really always good for non technical user and their updates are also very big when compared to eset.
ESET when configured to max settings and password protected it hard to beat.
And add to that HIPS which was introduced in version 5 and still developing makes it a solid product!
 
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ESET on default settings is good enough. maxing the settings will just make it overkill and FPs will rise (referring to Threatsense module which is basically the only settings you can tweak as well as the web protection component).
 
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