According to the latest comparative testing of anti-virus products by Virus Bulletin, an independent anti-malware and anti-virus testing and review bulletin, two did remarkably better than the others.
Coranti from Japan outflanked others including highly-rated antiviruses such as G-Data, Bitdefender, Kaspersky, and E-set. It did better than the three A’s from Europe too. The three A’s are AVG, Avira, and Avast that we usually wax on about at Ducktoes, being good as well as free for home use. The rest did well on the reactive tests, but less well on the proactive. So we’re adding it to the Ducktoes anti-virus cocktail in our lab to see how it does. You can try it too. There’s a 30 day free trial. I couldn’t find prices on their website. Here is their website, by the way: http://coranti.com.
If you have viruses and would like help please visit Ducktoes, your Calgary anti-virus experts.
Here’s the Virus Bulletin site if you’re interested. It’s worth the subscription if you want to know the latest and greatest about anti-viruses.
Proactive means finding new viruses in the wild before the anti-virus company has developed an antidote based on the virus’s definition. Coranti seems to excel at that.
The other that did well is part of a optimizing and cleaning product, Zeobit. I don’t much about Zeobit but I’m really interested. Here is their website, http://pckeeper.zeobit.com/