MalwareFighter uses BitDefender Engine Right? Is that Engine not very powerfull?MalwareFighter is OK, but poor when compared to full-feature Antivirus and Anti-malware alternatives. Not something I would personally use ever.
Not in the Free version. MalwareFighter PRO includes the Bitdefender Engine, but why pay $20 when you can get the latest with Bitdefender Antivirus Free.MalwareFighter uses BitDefender Engine Right? Is that Engine not very powerfull?
That depends, how you choose the software. For me, trust is important. I would never use a software, I could not trust, no matter how good it is.I know the incident with Malwarebytes against Iobit but that has to be forgotten sometime or not?
Bitdefender is a very good antivirus, not just because of its signatures, but also due to its proactive protection. IMF only uses the signatures from Bitdefender, which means it won't do very well at protecting against unknown threats.MalwareFighter uses BitDefender Engine Right? Is that Engine not very powerfull?
But Malwarebytes argued that Enigma was tricking customers into purchasing its solutions by making "false claims" contrary to the immunity provisions set out by the Communications Decency Act..
Malwarebytes did block several IOBit products too. Not sure if they still do.... but I would guess yes.“The reality is that this is not only a critical win for Malwarebytes, but for all security providers who will continue to have legal protection to do what is right for their users,” said Malwarebytes co-founder Marcin Kleczynski in a statement. “This decision affirms our right to enable users by giving them a choice on what belongs on their machines and what doesn’t.”
Malwarebytes says Iobit Uninstaller clean though. If Malwarebytes blocked the site than the app will be blocked too.Malwarebytes wins court case over classification of 'crappy' software as 'potentially unwanted program' | TheINQUIRER
Malwarebytes won its case in court to block all software products from Enigma Software, makers of Spyhunter, Reghunter...
Malwarebytes did block several IOBit products too. Not sure if they still do.... but I would guess yes.
Nice, I wish Wise was like that. I reported a wrong reg value in their fixes for disabling IPv6 (twice), never fixed it. I reported, that advanced cleaning via cmd takes forever since the latest version, they replied, that it is normal (it takes about 5 mins now, took 10 secs before).One good thing I can say about IObit, is that they do listen to feedback from their customers. I reported issues with false positives in the registry cleaner and startup optimisation modules in ASC and they fixed then. I suggested they add the ability to scan for leftovers after a reboot to IObit Uninstaller and they added it.
ASC uses the internet connection to check for updates to ASC and other software. IObit Uninstaller does some same, checking for an updated version and also checking for updates to other software, as it now includes a software updater.It has Adware+PUP(same as wise products) but %99 safe to use if you disable the internet connection for it!