Not sure if this information is useful but my friend runs avg 2011 real time, also just did a full scan and came up clean, then he did a full scan with Malwarebytes on demand and found 11 errors related to trojans. Kind regards.
IMO, Avg still doesn’t make the cut, the only thing possible to be recommended from AVG is maybe the linkscanner. The I
I pick avira as #1, even though the free version doesn’t have the web guard. You still need to have a virus in the harddrive and/or memory to get infected
AVG Identity Protection™
Identifies software that behaves strangely in order to protect your identity
It's a clever marketing term, if you put that jumbo marketing terms to technical terms, it's backly a form of "hips" (Host-based Intrusion Prevention). avg's hips can't be compaired to comodo's, kasperskys, or symantics hips
AVG Social Networking Protection (NEW and UNIQUE to AVG)
Protects you and your friends on social networks
AVG Online Shield™ for safe downloading
Checks files before you download them
AVG Online Shield™ for safe chatting
Ensures online chat links are safe
it’s nothing more the realtime web protection. all avg marketing team is doing is breaking down what some of the things it does. Avg can even add p2p protection and microsoft office protection on there webpage WITHOUT having to change any code. 2 weeks from now, they (avg) could say has Instant messaging protection. It wouldn’t be a new feature, it’s just explains another thing that it already does Most AV software do the same thing, but better.
(If you ignore all the marketing terms,The question is which one does a better job of protecting your computer from the web) While nothing is perfect, which one gets the job done