Battle Which is better in terms of protection Avast or G-data?

sepik

Level 11
Aug 21, 2018
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Harlan, maybe but that combo works like a charm and its fast.
Gdata for AV purposes
Zonealarm for Firewall(actually because its own firewall driver)
Spyshelter mainly for anti-keyloggin
OSArmor for bloking powershell etc scripts
Sure i've "tuned" them so there's no "overlapping" popups.
With above combo, cpu time is 1-2 %. It just work and im quite happy with it :)
 

sepik

Level 11
Aug 21, 2018
521
Gery79 chill down and get a cookie :) Seriously, it depends on the hardware and other softwares installed etc. Actually Avira was extremely heavy on my PC, but i've heard that its very light on other ppl computers. I think the same goes for Trend Micro(and others).
 

gery79

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Jun 21, 2011
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i can not eat cookies as i am diabetic ..... lol.... yes it is true that it depends on machines and hardware but i still know for a fact that gdata is heavier than trend.....
 
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amico81

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Jan 10, 2017
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trend micro is lighter than gdata all the way so please unless you have facts dont make notorious statements

one fact is here. if you say that av-c tests are not valid....then i cant help you :)

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but the thread goes more and more offtopic....so pls calm down
 

sepik

Level 11
Aug 21, 2018
521
I do like how Gdata improved their own engine(deepray). Its deepray, according to Virustotal samples "catch" samples that Bitdefender never heard of. The same is Emsisoft and Fabian "Fabulous" Wosar. Or just a "Fab" :D Crazy talented person with a "white hat" :)
 
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