i currently use avg latest
and was wonder would it
be worth the switch to
cavs? need some opions

I’ve been running CAVS on a couple of test boxes since its release and three months ago rolled the latest beta out onto 6 PCs in a controlled production environment. I’m still waiting for the first problem. :wink:

Ewen :slight_smile:

but is it as good as the rest of the anti virus proggys out

Other AVs may have a higher provable detection rate than CAVS, but what’s better than a PC that hasn’t had a problem so far? Whether it’s as good as the others comes down to personal choice and effectiveness in your environment, under your browsing habits. Maybe I’ve just been lucky, but I don’t think so. :wink:

Ewen :slight_smile:

The question is:

Which product will protect you better?


yes melih thats why im asking
lol so far ive been clean with avg but
every now and then i get the urge
for change

Well the way CAVS 2 work is by Stopping everything… and only allowing what is classified (by Comodo) as safe.

The way other AVs work… they allow everything and try to see if the program running is in the list of AV signatures they have.

The problem with the way AVs work is: a new nasty will not be in their signature list… which means it will allow it to execute.

the beauty of CAVS 2 is: It will simply deny execution of this nasty.

So IMHO CAVS 2 will give you a better protection.


pls note: Even though latest version is fairly stable, it still is beta…