Anti-Virus Products Show Spotty Performance on Windows Vista
Virus Bulletin's Reactive and Proactive (RAP) tests discovered many anti-virus programs while
The latest figures recorded an average detection rate from February 2009 (when RAP tests were
It is learnt that success in RAP test as well as getting Virus Bulletin's "VB100" certification
The resultant "RAP Quadrant" demonstrates that many popular anti-virus products fall into the
The best performers were also reported of showing mixed performance in certain aspects of RAP
According to John Hawes, director, VB test, considerably poor detection of new emerging threats
He further hoped to see improvement in RAP test scores in coming times as all products are
Apart from this, Virus Bulletin also praised many products in the report for showing good
It is important to note that this report has come up at such a time when Gartner's recent study
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