Trying to support a dozen off-site users who cannot even start their computers is not much fun, that's for sure.
I've been a big proponent of Avira within our company, but I think that may change when it comes time to renew our license in a few months.
The only FP I get now with CIS on my Vista 64 is a component from Code Stuff Starter, even after pushing the heuristics up to medium.
Have you tried the latest version because the FP's and the latency issue were two of the big fixes?
Hello, Been lurking about the forum trying to find a solution for this.
For what it's worth, I feel that since signature based AV's are one step behind the baddies anyway, it's vital to have the latest signatures.
The update bumps the software version to 220.127.116.11 and the definitions file to 7..
With Comodo improving all the time and (finally) the new Avast!
I agree with what's said in all of the last three posts. Can't be availability of samples or process time converting the signatures because these guys have their own research lab in Austria somewhere for this exact purpose.
Can't be server quota because they could easily increase their hosted capacity or as it's likely to be owned and maintained directly by them just go down to the local store and buy another one I too am thinking that this is direct strategy to divert custom towards the paid version.
Upon arriving at work this morning, users were greeted with an Avira update prompting them to restart their machines.
Unfortunately, upon reboot, most users could not log in, as Pro-Activ was blocking the login process.