Faybert

Level 22
Verified
Malware Hunter
Version 25.5.3.4:
'Thank you for your trust in G DATA and for your feedback, which we have included in this update.

* Performance improvements & bug fixes.

* Improved protection through optimized linking of protection technologies
DeepRay and behavior monitoring.

* Improved user experience through optimizations for the
Behavior monitoring related to downloads and external data carriers.

* Greatly improved scan performance, Web protection, and Outlook add-in.

* Privacy Policy adjusted.
 

sepik

Level 3
Nice and what i've seen on the Virustotal, GData's own engine(DeepRay) catches stuff even better than their BD engine. Especially GData macro etc detection is improved a alot.
 

Cortex

Level 14
Verified
Not tried GData for some time but giving Internet Security a try, so far impressed, takes a fair bit more disk space than Norton/Emsisoft etc. but pretty light on this desk PC that isn't the last word in power. Some test I've read don't give it much but I'll see?
 

Slyguy

Level 43
Not tried GData for some time but giving Internet Security a try, so far impressed, takes a fair bit more disk space than Norton/Emsisoft etc. but pretty light on this desk PC that isn't the last word in power. Some test I've read don't give it much but I'll see?
Disk space was a thing a decade or so ago. These days? I hear maybe 1-2 people a year complain about disk space. Especially with games now taking 20, 50, even 70+GB.
 

Cortex

Level 14
Verified
I agree, the SSD on the what was a office PC but no longer needed has in excess of 60 GIG free on C:\ - Impressed so far with g-Data though, off work ill so messing with stuff to avoid temporary/complete insanity :) I still notice disk space as my first PC was a 286 with an 80 MEG hard drive so in the past space was a premium, of course not now, I suppose old habits linger on.