Comodo 1 Malicious, 9 Privacy, 8 Confidential, 1 Suspicious = 19 Total
Ill try to do some more later. Gotta head out in a bit.Top contenders;
Dr Web Security Space
All safe, quality programmed allegedly.
Quickheal, CM, Dr. Capsule(ESTsoft), eScan, probably should be tested to round this out.
How about Adguard for android? Let's test that too.. So of the full, comprehensive suites, only Dr. Web makes the cut? Really...
I'm not sure they'd ever have to update it. It's a myth apps need constant updates, and often that only applies to apps that do things they shouldn't or interact in specific ways with the OS or various devices. This app is peeling apart other apps to see how they work and what they do. That's about it.Last updated October 24, 2016 !
Cash money says it would. It's just doing forensics. So I don't think the OS matters much in this case. Of course that would be something to test, but so far I've seen it work today on 2 different android versions, years apart.What about Oreo? Would this still be effective?
Good luck. It's going to be ugly.Well I am scanning the rest of my phone just to see what shows up
Good results with those. Respectable.Ok, just scanned the followings
IntelliAV - 2 Confidential
AdGuard (paid) - 4 Privacy, 5 Confidential
I don't actually know the most current answer as I do not develop Google Apps.So should that be reported to Google? I'm guessing an app from the play store is not allowed to do that right?