August 29th, 2002, 11:29 PM
E-trust armor suite
has anyone here got any more info on how good or bad e-trust armor suite e.g. bugs, weaknesses.
ive decided to stay with this av but i need to know if there is something seriously bad with it that i ahvent noticed, by the way ive done alot of testing on it and i recommend it to anyone.
has all the features you need and never misses viruses.
August 29th, 2002, 11:42 PM
I have never had any problems with the e-trust AV. My former boss (with whom I still hang out with a lot) uses and recommends it to everybody. Like you, he does not like Symantec's Norton Anti Virus. I have used the precursor to the e-trust, called Innocolate It! and went back to Symantec, from which I have been very satisfied with.
As for known vulnerabilites for any AV suite, that should not be an issue per se (unless it has to do with the update feature) but as for detection of virii and the way it does it, is subjective. Here are some comparisons:
I am sure there are more.
August 29th, 2002, 11:51 PM
First we have:
has anyone here got any more info on how good or bad e-trust armor suite
Sounds like you've answered your own question, no? It sounds to me like you're more trying to pick an argument than looking for information.
ive done alot of testing on it and i recommend it to anyone. has all the features you need and never misses viruses.
Do what you want with the girl, but leave me alone!
August 30th, 2002, 12:02 AM
August 30th, 2002, 12:49 AM
Now that was not very nice.
Its called English, learn it.
In all, all of this is irrelavent to the problem at hand. Does e-trust have bugs? Probably, but so does every other AV or piece of software. I am sure e-trust has patches if software bugs do materialize, but if it works for others and e-trust is selling it while getting rather good reviews I am sure it is worth recommending.
I am still not 100% sure if you mean "bugs" as regarding to:
1. Catching and detecting virii
2. The methods of finding virus-like activity
3. Bugs in the software
4. Vulerabilites in the software
5. A combination of this list
August 30th, 2002, 01:15 AM
its not vey nice to tell someone what they are and are not doing either.
he told me that i was looking to start a argument so i gave him one.
Yea All av's have bugs but im sure you can figure out that i mean and large problems with it
i need to know if there is something seriously bad with it
did i just say bugs, NO!!!!!
info on how good or bad e-trust armor suite e.g. bugs, !WEAKNESSES!.
AND AS I HAVENT SEEN ANY POSTS ABOUT E TRUST BEFORE I THOUGHT I WOULD DO ONE FOR MORE INFO.
August 30th, 2002, 01:30 AM
Okay,so you mean combination of the list I gave you. Okay, thank you for clearing that up. As for "major problems" with the software, I cannot say 100% because I did not develop it.
So, my answer is the same as before.
August 30th, 2002, 04:41 AM
We dont need to argue. I have been running Etrust since it was free and called InoculateIt.
I have liked it and it has worked great and never let a virus through.
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August 30th, 2002, 08:53 AM
I have never heard of any problems with it only good things.
Ill THink of one when i get time.