PC Matic Passes VB 100 Testing

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PC Matic Passes VB 100 Testing

On April 30th, 2013 it was announced that PC Matic with SuperShield protection has completed and passed the prestigious VB100 March comparative.

PC Matic was tested along with 40 other antivirus solutions in this independent comparative. Testing is reactive and proactive using the freshest virus samples available. PC Matic made short work of the comparative on a system running Windows XP SP3, detecting 100% of the test viruses with 0 false positives.

Virus Bulletin is a publication and testing lab devoted to the prevention, detection and removal of viruses and malware. It features analyses of the latest virus threats. VB100 articles explore all the new developments in the fight against viruses. It also included interviews with anti-virus experts, and evaluations of current anti-malware products.

All of the major anti-virus vendors have written articles for their magazine and have completed in-depth comparison tests of their detection rates. The testing is free and without bias.

In order to display the VB100 Logo, PC Matic must:

1. Detect 100% of the of the most recent, In The Wild samples.

2. In addition, there can be “NO” false positive results when testing extensive “known clean” samples.

Use this link to access the VB100 website for further information.

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Use PC Matic with SuperShield and feel the confidence of having the most-up-to-date virus protection available, anywhere. SuperShield alerts you and stops the installation of infected .exe files before they have a chance to infect your system.

PC Pitstop will continue to enhance and update the protection you receive. We are already preparing for the next round of testing and the detection of even newer threats. The bad guys don’t sleep and neither does SuperShield. Protecting your systems is, and always has been, our most important goal.

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2 thoughts on “PC Matic Passes VB 100 Testing

  1. This will really help a lot, when XP is finally released, way back in Q4 2001, unless XP gets deprecated the next time 2009 rolls around, like it did the last time…

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