Apps for Security - CNET Download If you have tried it what do you think?
I don’t tried it but i heard it is god. It is a cloud product, and it is based on the community. I think ThreatFire is better.
they have just released this new version today. Its alright, very light but detection rates are nothing special. Its good to use alongside a normal AV solution.
I have a friend who swears by it. I have had it a week so far. And so far so good. I have a habit of what I call, “Power Downloading” lol. Basically I like to try new software on my computer. I usually try them for a month, then keep them and recommend to discard them. I will be back to this thread in three weeks
I noticed that Immunet Protect 2.0 has a Blocking Mode in the Settings. Blocking Mode is off by default. I don’t need to enable Blocking Mode because I already have Comodo Internet Security to sandbox the unknown. I would like to hear from others, including a test by languy99, as to which is more effective at blocking the unknown, Immunet Protect’s Blocking Mode or CIS 4.1.
Isn’t it a ClamAV with Realtime scan ?
Hi patrice58 ,
If you search for “Immunet” here in the forum - you would find this old thread
I personally do not believe in any cloud AV
…hmmm … :THNK … do I believe in any local AV 88) … not really ;D
I tried Immunet in “blocking mode” but it didn’t seem to make a difference. It still let a rouge install and a few Trojans past.
Some tests maked by PC WORD says it is very poor. 50% malware detection. If you want BB then simply use Threat Fire.
Has anybody tried the latest Immunet Protect v2.0 http://www.immunet.com/main/index.html and also watchout for the ask toolbar.
I’m interesting in your feedback about the new version 2.0 of Immunet Protect which is a cloud-based protection that is always up-to-date against viruses, spyware, bots, worms, trojans, and keyloggers without slowing down your PC. No need to download any virus signature files! Immunet is compatible with existing antivirus products to help protect you better. Add an extra, lightweight layer of protection for free.
I used v1 for awhile, Enjoyed it (few minor buggs) But on the whole I was happy.
I have not used v2 as the free version is hosed down. No anti rootkit etc.
Heres a comparison from their site
Has anybody seen this thread https://forums.comodo.com/other-security-products/anybody-tried-this-t58048.0.html ?
topic merged :-La
I bought the paid version of Immunet. At first it worked very well. It finds things that to me don’t seem too serious. It did get something called Agent32.win and could not repair or quarantine it. I still don’t really know what it is. My computer works well.
My gripe with it is that it randomly just says I cannot connect to run it, like today. I close it and then it usually fixes it self in a day or two.
If I had it to do over I would “not” have bought the paid version, seems like the free I had before was less problematic. It is really too early I guess to tell if it was worth it. Well, I hope the Agent32.win was not to serious. I hope they pan out into a goodAV provider, but if I could back up the clock I would have stayed with their free version for sure.
I have Avast Security Suite too, and it seems to work well with it and IObit 360 paid.
I am not a tech. person so I cannot give you stats, but if it would work all the time I would like it a lot better thans I do.
Take care all,
I am using comodo internet security premium 5th version beta together with Immunet v2.0(free version) and I think it’s great. Before i had comodo i ran avast! together with immunet v2.0 and they worked good together; what avast didn’t catch immunet did. Immunet is meant to work with your current AV and therefore you can see immunet as a second layer of protection. I think it’s better to have two AV than one. I think you should try it and see if you like it.
I am happy with it!
Tried it but when i uninstalled it it left ■■■■ everywhere i still have it listed as an option when i right click something!
yes i installed immunet this evening and it hasnt hampered my computer in the least.its silent and very low on the computers resources.
as for its effectiveness against malware,hard to say as i havent come across any.im not relying on it completely as i have CISV5 installed also and they seem to ride in tandom perfectly and i see no reason not to have it on my machine.
if anyone can see any reason why it should not be installed then please say.
its just another line of defence.
im happy with it to sit quietly until it comes into action.
bye for now.