05-05-2009 07:12 PM - edited 05-05-2009 07:17 PM
why are you worrying this much!! You know Symantec was the first to update it's site for knowledge about confiker and it's product to protect against confiker's latest varient that came this april..it has pulse update feature that does what you want for your missed-in-the-wild viruses theory...!!.In overall symantec wins over eset..Have u not read pc mag review..i think you should take a close look on it..!!
I have been keeping close look on every security suite..and Symantec's Norton has proved to be the best in every single test..regarding protection to performance..!! one day you will come to know it.!! digg out..do your researches and after that you will come to my conclusion..but remember one thing for every security suite consider it's complete malware removal..that is removing traces of threats..Norton is among the best in doing this...
05-05-2009 07:48 PM
Dear Silverhawk, I'm not worried about it, just that I'm not that well-versed in this "wild" area. It's a bit funny how this thread has turned out, heheh... Anyway, many thanks for your additional info!
I was just more particularly curious about the methods used for the so-called missed-test. Perhaps the forum moderator can be kind enough to correct my title to reflect the topic better, or do whatever deem fit with this thread?
I've learnt a lot here, it's been very constructive to me