Shouldn’t a comprehensive suite be competent in all of these areas?
Sure, the emphasis should be on prevention, but if something does get through, I’d sure like whatever I’m using to be able to detect the infection and clean it from my system.
So I’d actually be interested in seeing tests that show all of the options, but if we can’t think broad and must specialize, I’d have to go with what others have already stated. 3-2-1 in order of importance to me.
If 3 is good enough, then 1 and 2 are not necessary. But unless you can guarantee a 100% clean system before 3 is in place, then 1 and 2 are very necessary indeed. For me the vote is.
1,2 and 3 are equally important.
Yep. It’s a well known fact that you can spin public opinion in directions that aren’t entirely accurate by a biased poll.
When confronted with a poll such as this, human nature is to simply pick the most correct answer instead of refraining from voting. This of course only skews the results.
You end up seeing things like: (This is an extreme example, but hopefully you get the point)
How often do you use your computer?
Once a week.
Once a month.
Once a year.
Then the results will be published stating that 95% of computer users only use their computer once a week! Once a week is definitely the closest answer, but it really isn’t an accurate representation of actual use.
So yes, I haven’t voted because none of the options meet my actual preference. Basically, this poll says: You are only interested in this one thing and nothing else, right?