F-Secure tops AV-Tests antivirus protection list for Windows 8.1

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  1. Both Kaspersky and Bitdefender scored higher, so apart from being at the top of the list it was not the best

  2. Agreed with the previous quote. Kasperky is better and that’s allegedly based on BitDefender engine anyway. With both scoring higher I’m happy that I stuck with BitDefender.

  3. I haven’t tried out recent f-secure versions, but I have used kaspersky recently and I am currently using bitdefender. About Kaspersky, it is really outstanding, not too heavy, and really efficient. As for Bitdefender, it is very very heavy. It is much heavier than I thought after I saw comparisons charts. Finally, do not forget that F-secure has a “little” more experience in antivirus detection than probably any(or most) of the actual alternatives. It is one of the oldest antivirus trend and I have to remark, it has always been a really efficient scanner. So I am pretty much installing it in the short term to replace bitdefender. I still remember how many times f-secure saved me in the past :).

  4. Hmmm, I fail to see why it is top of the list in the graphic, it appears top of the list only due to the numerical sort applied to the “Testreport” column and not due to the overall measurement based on the three metrics. Compare it with Kaspersky and Bitdefender — these clearly had a better performance than F-Secure, or am I missing something?

  5. Hi All,

    I have 2 queries

    1. Is Morton Internet security a new Anti-virus in the market?
    2. How important is F-secure in managing malware, adware, riskware, spyware and also virus compared with other security software?

    Thanks and regards,

    Vinod Vanukuru

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