Qihoo actually has a lot of behavioural-based protection mechanisms AFAIK. It's been awhile since I tested it so cannot remember 100% but...You may give it a try to combine it with OSArmor or similar for signature-less protection which qihoo may lack, I think it has some like registry protection..
Qihoo actually has a lot of behavioural-based protection mechanisms AFAIK. It's been awhile since I tested it so cannot remember 100% but...
IIRC Qihoo can block code injection attacks, unauthorised webcam/microphone access, AutoRun modifications, and other things. They even have a sandbox.
@jackuars You use Qihoo I think? Could you let me know if this is incorrect if you do?
Test the Essentials version and not the Total Security. The TS is really bloated but the Essentials is more about security mainly and not optimisation/cleaning crap.also has its terrible interface, which just looks and fear
I don't trust the Chinese government.But why trust something as MS? and the other several apps? I see everyone talking about AV privacy issues when they are using Windows.. especially 10.
Same with every major company.
I'm not sure what you're asking.Oh yeah, actually MS does not even know what data collection is..
Prove what you're saying.
So people being arrested, because MS reported their private files is hype? Yes, it is against their TOS to store illegal files, but it only shows, that MS is monitoring everything and it even admits it but saying, it is OK, we do not share it with anyone, unlike google, which shares email content with 3rd parties, according to its TOS.FAKE hype is created by media outlets who make grabbing headlines to trick people like you.