Kaspersky Internet security VS antivirus!?!

Discussion in 'Security and Anti-Virus Software' started by Satyrion, Dec 7, 2008.

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  1. Baserk

    Baserk Notebook user

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    Ivar, funboys?
    Really?
    People who use KAV are considered stylish and of indeterminate sexual orientation e.g. classic metrosexuals?
    Do you also have a surprising description for Avira users (like me)? :D
    Cheers.
     
  2. THAANSA3

    THAANSA3 Exit Stage Left

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    Is this a joke?
     
  3. Thund3rball

    Thund3rball I dont know, I'm guessing

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    LOL Funboy? You make a massively bold and unsupported statement like this and I'm the funboy. Puh-lease :rolleyes:

    Well how did you form your opinion. Surely their must be some shred of evidence to support your theory. I am not saying I need to see documents signed by Kaspersky and Putin on collaborating to infiltrate foreign Governments with malware but there must be something out there that helped you come to this conclusion, no?
     
  4. stewie

    stewie What the deuce?

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    No they don't, trust me, I work for the <del>KGB</del> FSB.
     
  5. huh

    huh Notebook Enthusiast

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    Oh man, politics in here!!? So, do Antivirus softwares of American company involve with CIA? lol :p
     
  6. Thund3rball

    Thund3rball I dont know, I'm guessing

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    Actually it seems the FBI uses Kaspersky too! lol

    http://cert.gov.sa/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=177&Itemid=77

    Oh and here's an article with the Guy from F-Secure claiming Americans are helping the Russian "Storm Worm Gang" not Kaspersky.

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/01/31/storm_worm_protection/

     
  7. lordvader

    lordvader Notebook Evangelist

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    Is Kaspersky Internet security 2009
    something like Norton 360 ?

    Would be nice to buy something with everything in it
    or is not good to get the 360, meaning to get it all

    Plz help
     
  8. zfactor

    zfactor Mastershake

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    no not really the same. it does a lot but doesnt have all (imo) uneeded junk 360 has
     
  9. Thund3rball

    Thund3rball I dont know, I'm guessing

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    Kas Internet Security is a suite of security tools similar to 360 or Eset. As for which is better... Kaspersky and Eset are rated the highest pretty much across the board. Norton products tend to be quite bloated, resource intensive and do not remove themselves completely. Kaspersky when uninstalled does. The last time I used a Norton product (years ago) it was horribly buggy as well.

    Compare Kas:
    http://usa.kaspersky.com/products_services/internet-security.php
     
  10. ivar

    ivar Notebook Deity

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    To quote Saudi Arab sources about FBI should be an act of desperation. :p
    Why not to add here all the crap as to how FBI, CIA and Mossad have organized 09/11... :D

    "but we believe it's a Russian gang with an American or several Americans helping them to build the social engineering messages and the websites they use."

    Are you one of them, or those are the fanboys of KAV who are meant here? :D
     
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