I think this is the question that is on everyone's mind before choosing a
Internet Security Suite. The problem is how each user finds his answer to
this question. Can he choose the product that is the best according to the
rating of the market or he must have more advanced knowledge about computer?
My opinion is that he must seek the answer to the question: Which is the product
on the market that prevents malware coming into my computer in the first place?
I'm secure with a product that has high detection rate? Definitely not!
Prevention of infection does not mean the high rate of detection but the way wich
a completely unknown malware is prevented from accessing your computer. That means
products that are based first on whitelisting and HIPS module and finally on a AV.
And if you found the product but it has not the market rating of a product with a
detection rate of 99.99%
does not mean you're not protected, but the opposite
way round! To the growing number of new malwares and their aggression, the only
solution are the products based on prevention technologies, and they will prove
very effective in the future and will definitely replace conventional products
based on detection.
Comodo is currently the product wich is able to provide by combining of different
technologies (Default Deny Protection, HIPS, Sandbox, AV, Firewall, etc.) the
most realistic and credible protection against the newest malwares in the wild.