juhful

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Malewarebytes is an addition to AV's not in competition so saying it's real time and url blocking not as effective as competing products is misleading, what are these comparable products?
 
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Purshu_Pro

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I can see that webroot is better than ESET, is that really true? I know that webroot is lighter than ESET, but how good is it in protection wise? This question always arises to me.
 

Koroke San

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I can see that webroot is better than ESET, is that really true? I know that webroot is lighter than ESET, but how good is it in protection wise? This question always arises to me.
ESET is far better then WSA. Don't change ur mind when u see a blah blah AV is perform better then a blah blah AV in AV test. Untill u not try urself & test urself u can't tell exactly which is better suitable for u. I suggest u to watch malware testing review of some trusted peeps in yt - MyITtech - Technology Services & Education, MalwareDoctor
, The PC Security Channel, winsevenholic etc..
 

Cats-4_Owners-2

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Trust no one , not even you :D
*laughing*:p :eek:..takes breath... to lol some more..:D:D
The one problem that arises for me by 'Trust(-ing) no one, not even (me)' is an endless loop that develops:p:mad:o_O:oops: after which :eek:I don't know what to believe...and I don't even believe me!:D:D Can you believe that?:p:D:D:p LOL!!!!:D:D::D*catches breath*:rolleyes:
I guess I'll just believe Umbra,o_O ..it's easier that way!;);)
 
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ifacedown

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I can see that webroot is better than ESET, is that really true? I know that webroot is lighter than ESET, but how good is it in protection wise? This question always arises to me.
In terms of lightness and speed, Webroot is the winner against ESET. Though of course ESET itself is light and fast.

In terms of detection, ESET is the winner... landslide.

In terms of proactive protection, I think ESET again wins this one.

But, Webroot has the great rollback feature - it can 'undo' all damages done by the malware, once the activity is detected as malicious on the cloud. Yet, I doubt its rollback feature - if the damage is so severe, i really doubt webroot's capacity to bring back the critical system files back to normal. If I am wrong, please correct me on this. Thanks.

Overall - I would choose ESET. But, if your want to sacrifice some measure of protection for performance, choose webroot.