You recommend Panda Premium ?. I have a friend who would sell me a license for 5 devices at very low cost.
But it appears to have done well in this test.It is very sad to see Panda on MH, it will be the biggest beating that an AV one will take in tests, it will beat the record of 100% infected in all the tests, soon the protection against the animals will appear here It's no use adjusting there and here, Panda is weak and full stop.
No. Can't make any sense of this post at all, either factually or in terms of its English.It is very sad to see Panda on MH, it will be the biggest beating that an AV one will take in tests, it will beat the record of 100% infected in all the tests, soon the protection against the animals will appear here It's no use adjusting there and here, Panda is weak and full stop.
Not to mention it's a lightweight offering. Has one of the best software firewalls - and specifically - one that can handle near 1000Mbps speeds when most choke past 400Mbps. Also it's cheap, legitimate licenses for unlimited devices are as low as $20 on Ebay. I purchased one to put family/friends all on the same account and opened a ticket with Panda support who verified it was a legitimate license. Also their mobile offering is really nice IMO.Wanna see Panda Dome's true potential? Test only with PE malware, just like with Cylance. You can even disable Data Shield and Application Control, doesn't matter. I spent countless hours in Hybrid Analysis to even find something that would get through Panda. It's completely normal results in Malware Hub, some react like you've never seen your favourite AV product in MH fail, what is this hypocrisity? Damn. Better give some credit to AV testers who do dirty job for you. Panda is not weak, it's your opinion.
This dude;Damn for $20 for unlimited devices i can't say there is a better deal even if protection, especially with signatures, is not the best of the best.
How can we compare the 2 when 1 license of EAM costs more than this unlimited license. Find me a deal with 3 devices for EAM and on that price and i will say cool. Let alone Emsisoft removing more and more features on every release and making their product ideal for old blind ladies. I was using EAM but license is expiring this month and not getting renewed as i don't support bs.Funny, formerly here was everyone speaking well of Emsisoft,who had one of the best protections and etc, today criticizeher, and now appeared the new trend, Panda , an AV that isweak, has been tested by several Members here, and alwaysthe system gets infected, I don't know who you want to trick
Scripts seem to be the bane of most products. For someone that feels they may have a reason to run scripts it would be wise to use Syshardener or OSA w/Panda I would guess (But Harlan already warned of his earlier in this thread). Although in fairness, I haven't seen any script activity on friends/family systems with Panda Advanced but I might consider running Syshardener on their boxes in the future.The truth is that PDP even with @Slyguy strong settings, is still weak against scripts... PDP Application Control only blocks unknown .exe files (is very good at this) but not other types of executables files as probably dll and script files etc... usually scripts are able to drop payloads/copies to \AppData\Local\* and/or \Users\* and set keys in Windows AutoRuns sections, sometimes its monitor is triggered but is not accurate to tag the security of the new keys added, so for a standard user will lead directly to an infection after the next reboot of the system...