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Webroot AV
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Performance and System Impact
Computer protection (Antivirus engine, Heuristic engine)

TheErzengel

Level 2
Among those that you mention sincerely I like Panda more (especially the full version) although the free has a decent protection. It is not very good with zero day malware but with malware of more than 5 days it is VERY GOOD.

Innmunet I never liked and webroot is weak against almost everything.
 

Nevi

Level 4
Verified
Webroot is a great partner to Voodooshield. I have used it for awhile, and I think it's strong. Mostly because of Voodooshield. Webroot has a very good web shield, so I think it's a great combination. If you are one of the few where Webroot start writing alot of data, try Panda.
 

amico81

Level 17
Verified
thx for all comments and advices (y) i have installed the new version 6.3 of Immunet and looks much better now.
better integration in windows security center and more.

but I'm confused about a message on the left corner: installed av product : avira antivir guard... WTF ?!
my system never touched AVIRA :emoji_fearful:

213957
 

Threadripper

Level 7
Don't use Webroot:
Files Webroot is unsure of, Webroot logs what they do, what they modify and tons of other stuff. This means it can "roll back" damage, and if you were infected, this would be your only hope with Webroot lol. Back on the topic, all of this junk is written to ProgramData/WRData and it can be anywhere from 50MB to 50GB - really. Constant reading and writing to that folder, no wonder things slow down.

Webroot love to advertise their 5MB app and cloud signatures, that's great, but filling people's main drive (because you can't change where this folder is) which could be a small SSD with potentially more than 50GB of junk... Lunacy.
 

Evjl's Rain

Level 43
Verified
Trusted
Content Creator
Malware Hunter
thx for all comments and advices (y) i have installed the new version 6.3 of Immunet and looks much better now.
better integration in windows security center and more.

but I'm confused about a message on the left corner: installed av product : avira antivir guard... WTF ?!
my system never touched AVIRA :emoji_fearful:

View attachment 213957
it's a bug maybe
or something created avira registry key or folder into your PC
wise antimalware, for example
I'm not sure, but this should not affect your usage
 

Threadripper

Level 7
The highest amount of data ever wrote to my SSD have never exceeded 10 mb.data So your generalisation doesn't hold water. ;)

As a partner to Voodooshield Webroot is great. And it's webshield is second to none.
Seems like your system is very static or you're lucky, unlike the hundreds of people on the Webroot forum posting about it since 2011 - even business users.