AVLab.pl The July edition of the Advanced In The Wild Malware Test

  1. This test shows how an antivirus behaves with certain threats, in a specific environment and under certain conditions.
    We encourage you to compare these results with others and take informed decisions on what security products to use.
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Adrian Ścibor

From AVLab.pl
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Apr 9, 2018
Hello Reader!

We have just published the July edition of the Advanced In The Wild Malware Test. In our study that is complaint with MITRE procedures and techniques, we have analyzed 7 security solutions that protect wide range of devices. The test lasting uninterruptedly for the whole month, 24 hours a day, was possible to carry out thanks to a programmed system that performs tedious calculations and actions in the Windows system, automating the entire test procedure (aggregating and analyzing logs, giving a final verdict). The design and operation of this system are described in this article and in the methodology.

In the test, we considered these program versions that have been suggested by developers. Here is the full list of tested solutions (in alphabetical order):
  • Avast Free Antivirus
  • Avira Antivirus Pro
  • Comodo Advanced Endpoint Protection
  • Comodo Internet Security
  • Emsisoft Business Security
  • SecureAPlus Pro
  • Webroot Antivirus
The article is available at: We checked protection level of security software - AVLab and the details: Recent Results - AVLab

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