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naim697

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Gdata vs Emsisoft Anti-Malware
Which is the better, in terms of:
-Overall Features?
-Detection?
-Removal?
-BB Hips ?
-Online Banking?
-Etc (anything else you may want to add)
 

spywar

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-Overall Features? EAM
-Detection? EAM
-Removal? Cannot reply as I have never really used G data, but EAM is known to be great at that part too.
-BB Hips ? EAM
-Online Banking? Cannot reply as I have never really done online banking with them
 

Petrovic

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Both use the engine BitDefender
-Overall Features? EAM - G Data 2013(BitDefender+Avast)
-Detection? Has no specific features
-Removal? G Data ( Both have no treatment)
-BB Hips ? EAM (Emsisoft Internet Security Pack)
-Online Banking? G Data TotalProtection 2014 (BankGuard )
 

Paul.R

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Hi!

-Overall Features? G Data 2014
-Detection? I choose G Data 2013.
-Removal? G Data 2014
-BB Hips ? EAM 7
-Online Banking? G Data 2014

Have a nice day!
 

Littlebits

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naim697 said:
Gdata vs Emsisoft Anti-Malware
Which is the better, in terms of:
-Overall Features?
-Detection?
-Removal?
-BB Hips ?
-Online Banking?
-Etc (anything else you may want to add)
Don't rely on others opinions, the only way that you will know is to try both for yourself. Both have limited trials, try both until the trials expire and tell us what you have found.

Of coarse the most important is stability, user-friendliness, compatibility and how well they run on your system.

Thanks.:D
 

Nikos751

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For detection and BB/hips Emsisoft is better, I don't think someone who has done some testing/searching cannot agree with that. Maybe there is no difference in real world but it's a fact.
 

jamescv7

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Logic, people tends to choose two engines than one itself. :ROFLMAO:

Unless EAM provides there home engine besides Bitdefender alone only.
 

Littlebits

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jamescv7 said:
Logic, people tends to choose two engines than one itself. :ROFLMAO:

Unless EAM provides there home engine besides Bitdefender alone only.
Two AV engines doesn't always offer better protection but it does offer more false positives you can bit on it.

Thanks.:D
 

Petrovic

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Littlebits said:
jamescv7 said:
Logic, people tends to choose two engines than one itself. :ROFLMAO:

Unless EAM provides there home engine besides Bitdefender alone only.
Two AV engines doesn't always offer better protection but it does offer more false positives you can bit on it.

Thanks.:D
After changing the engine on BitDefender Ikarus-false positives
EAM have greatly diminished)
 
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illumination

As been said before, depends on your uses/system resources... Try both products out, take them for a test drive, always wise, especially if you plan to throw money down for a license...
 

nsm0220

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illumination said:
As been said before, depends on your uses/system resources... Try both products out, take them for a test drive, always wise, especially if you plan to throw money down for a license...
i saw gdata in action and did well to make a fake av butt naked that can't really do any thing
 
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