BitDefender 2008 Build 11.0.15

BitDefender is a powerful antivirus software with features that best meet your security needs. Features as easy to use and automatic updating make BitDefender Antivirus an "install and forget" antivirus product. BitDefender Antivirus uses the ICSA Labs certified scanning engines for Microsoft Windows XP allowing users to enjoy their virus protection as they head towards the future's technologies. Using powerful engines to filter all possible access ways into your system, BitDefender Standard Edition is the ideal protection for your critical information.

BitDefender provides security solutions to satisfy the protection requirements of today's computing environment, delivering effective threat management to over 41 million home and corporate users in more than 200 countries.

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one of the best - if not the best Yeah I know about eset but it didn't actually catch the virus i had while bitdefender did. Props to them.

ps nothing beats online scanners :P

As for the comparisons between BitDefender, NOD32, and Avira, there's several different tests. The full November reports and overview might give more insight.

Overview for 2004-2007
November 2007 full report

It looks like Avira was ahead of NOD32 in some tests, while overall NOD32 was rated much higher. Avira and BitDefender have a higher rate of "false alarms" along with their detection rates, which hurt their ratings. Also, the version they tested in November was NOD32 2.70, while I think the current version is 3.0.

Just thought someone might find those links useful.


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