matousec.com - right or wrong

Ulikedat

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Not much man, i'm not stingy and yes i must do in private but trough your funding i will save up for a cloak and dagger and then hide my sinister plans from the public and eventually get taken in by the illuminati and take over Disney world.
 

Littlebits

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Matousec.com is the only testing site that hides its Whois data, it is also the only testing site that always gives Comodo top honors.
Just to add the the conspiracy.

I would love to be able to see past that Whois Protection Guard.

Enjoy!! :D
 
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Ulikedat

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I did enjoy your postings and it does certainly have alot of value but it's good to form different opinions on such a controversial mather don't you agree?
 
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Ulikedat

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Lemme see, can you hack me the Ripper from Ghosts Devastation? No worries, i will spread the word deviously.

On a sidenote, i think that whole Umbra Security thread got me this delusional + flue= worse than being drunk i think.
 
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Littlebits

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Here is some more interesting reading.

"Conclusion: Matousec’s tests are misleading the reader, disadvantaging several vendors in a unacceptable way and his commercial activities in relation to his tests can be labeled as dubious. My advice: stay far away from his so called “tests”. They are not worth the paper they are written on."

Enjoy!! :D
 
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Matousec's test are based upon HIPS and Behavior style Proactive testing , not just firewalls.. Although i am again using Comodo, i would not recommend this site as a source of anything ..
 
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anitac

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Two interesting posts by Mike Nash (Tall Emu)

"Nonsense.

Vendors trusting the tests or not doesn't matter. It matters only if the users/potential customers trust them, so it can be used for marketing purposes."

"Well, as a Comodo fan, I'd recommend you read Melih's thoughts on Matousec tests. Last time I read, he was only there because Symantec was - after publically saying he was done with it.

He changed his position because a larger competitor was playing in the matousec pool, just like I did."

http://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/matousec-comodo-100-again.293304/