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we have problem in warms

we have problem in warms we use trend micro antivirus enterprise edition but neither it clean or qurantien our so which security solution is better and why ?

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(NT) Huh????????
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Roddy please read problem with 'worms'.

Evidently current AV is ng and needs an alternate.

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I figured out the typo

even though it was in 2 places but I still did not know what they were asking after reading it 10 times. LOL

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someone with a problem

that Trend apparently cannot fix, who not only wants help with a different AV recommendation but arguments as to why.

Used to have a Mod here who had this on a disc and when asked simply pasted the information in and left it up to the user to find the best solution.

I had it as well but newer tower has no floppy capability.

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I stay out of the

"Which is best" threads. The best is what works for that particular user according to THEIR surfing habits. Most of these programs have trials. Users should try them and pick what works for THEM.

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Ask your IT to evaluate some other enterprise-AV solution

Or you can direct them to which has the performance stats of Antivirus program. Ask your IT department or whoever makes decision to see the PDF report by

See the websites of Antivirus too for the licensing options. Some are attracted while others are not.

In February 2007 test by the said website, below are the top 5 Antivirus for worm, virus, macros, scripts detections:
1. AVK
2. KAV, eScan, F-Secure
3. TrustPort
4. Avira
5. Symantec

While below antivirus are the top 5 for backdoor, trojan and other malware:
1. TrustPort
2. AVK
3. Avira
4. AVG, KAV, eScan, F-Secure
5. Symantec

Then 100% detection for Polymorphic viruses was performed by:
1. Symantec

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I clicked on that report but most referred to antispyware bu

But, at the top, it had another link for the Best Antivirus for 2007, The Shield Pro was number 1, two were tied for no. 2, CA Antivirus and BitDefender, Kaspersky was a shade lower. Below that, in descending order was, Norton, Panda, McAFee, NOD32 and the bottom one was TrendMicro. Darrell

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If a different company did the tests, the

results might be opposite. I don't believe any of those charts because every one of them is different. I use what works for ME.

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You click the wrong one

While you are the site of
You need to click on "Comparatives" at the left then locate the February 2007 online result so you can see the latest test result.

BTW, they didn't use AVG Antivirus or AVG Anti-Spyware in the test. They use AVG Anti-malware (paid version) only.

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