3link9

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So I was searching through wilders and found this Linkedin discussion and the Director of Global Publishing at Qihoo said that products and features such as cloud service, pc maintenance, avira engine , and web search will join the global market with english translations this year. I find this interesting and looking forward to these new products and features. What do you think?
http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Qihoo-International-exposure-4619937.S.5831825598653173763?qid=d7648bc5-0b33-4c5a-85c1-5e2e71f39a8c&trk=groups_guest_most_popular-0-b-cmr&goback=.gmp_4619937
 

viktik

Level 24
Qihoo should add submit suspicious files option that lets us upload many files in one go.

But the question is where would they add the malware signature database. they uses antivirus engine by bitdefender. QVM is heuristic engine .

They don't have there own signature based engine. So what will they do with submitted malware signatures. Give it to bitdefender then wait fro few days to get updated virus signature from bitdefender.

That would significantly decrease response time .
 
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yigido

Yeah those are his suggestions, Not sure if Qihoo would do that but if they do, It would catch a lot of users.
If they do this, they will get lots of user of Cloud storage. Yunio, Baudi offers TB's of storage ;)
Windows Repair and Driver updater sounds good :)
 
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DaZa9

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Qihoo should add submit suspicious files option that lets us upload many files in one go.

But the question is where would they add the malware signature database. they uses antivirus engine by bitdefender. QVM is heuristic engine .

They don't have there own signature based engine. So what will they do with submitted malware signatures. Give it to bitdefender then wait fro few days to get updated virus signature from bitdefender.

That would significantly decrease response time .
and they have their own cloud engine "360 Cloud".
 

Jaspion

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I would like to see the addition of the Avira engine. A good, lightweight (and preferentially optional) firewall wouldn't be bloat at all either.