Welch wrote:Kaspersky is alright, and while the company makes good tools (See TDSSKiller) their AV has fallen behind.
I believe that's a little bit of exhaggeration
Their antivirus product has always had an excellent detection rates, and still does, according to all of the latest test from various sites like av-comparatives and av-test.org. Same goes for my personal experience... I haven't "caught" any malware recently, but for example when PlanetSide 2 was updating its own client, the Kaspersky (I have the most recent version of their antivirus) warned me about "planetside2.exe" behaving like a "keylogger" and gave me a detailed log of all the system changes the PS2 updater was trying to do to my system, including stuff like creating and then deleting temporary files in my "/Pictures" directory... I'd say that was a good behavior on trying to detect potentially harmful system changes
Of course, some people may also be "put off" by the fact that Eugene Kaspersky used to work at KGB (and according to some rumors still has a very "close" relationships with current federal security service), but unless you keep the "launch codes" on your PC or you're one of those persons who believe that, for example, the Valve's Steam is an "evil program designed to steal your tax data and upload it to IRS" or something - you should not be worried about this at all, comrade
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