- Jan 9, 2013
You don't use products by MS, Google etc....from the USA?Emsisoft gets my vote. Lighter. Equally excellent protection. But most of all, the scanner is MILES faster than most of the competition. No phony certificates by Kaspersky that decrypt your traffic. I'm also more comfortable with an AV product coming from a free country. Prefer that my computer does not to become a cyberweapon when the day comes.
Yes. But being in the United States, I rather run software that is not hostile. If I were in Russia, sure I would use Kaspersky.You don't use products by MS, Google etc....from the USA?
How do you know they have no backdoor to make use of your PC as a cyberweapon on day?
Look, Kaspersky has been challenging the US to audit its software? Did the US take up the challenge?Yes. But being in the United States, I rather run software that is not hostile. If I were in Russia, sure I would use Kaspersky.
No, you shouldn't recommend that ! Completely waste of the system resources I would use Kaspersky first, then EAM, and then EISInstall all 3 of them.
Emsisoft use only the BB.
KIS the sigs.
EIS use HIPS.
That's it you are safe and tell us how it goes.
Ok now to be more serious i believe which ever you choose you will be safe.
Which is one better only you will have to decide for your system no one else.
It's because their end-user home products are designed for... home users. They know a majority will stick to default or may not even know how to use such features properly given the target market.I prefer Eset, but I really wish they would adopt a BB like Emsisoft has
There was some talk about the possibility of ESET getting an application control.I prefer Eset, but I really wish they would adopt a BB like Emsisoft has. I also like Kaspersky, but I live in the US, and due to my career field i'm not sure I want to trust them. Kaspersky offers really good protection though when compared to any traditional AV.