AVG Antivirus Free

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Nowadays, as cybernetic attacks are becoming more and more threatening, security should be one of your prime concerns, as there is a broad range of malicious components that can jeopardize your computer's safety.

AVG Antivirus Free

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Fortunately, despite the wide variety of threats, there is an impressive amount of solutions that can help you counter and protect potential attacks. One of them is AVG Free.

This application can be easily deployed to the target computer since there is no complicated configuration required on your side. You simply need to launch the installer and choose between the standard or custom installation modes.

While the former automatically installs certain components and defines the installation path by following default values, the latter enables you to modify the parameters mentioned above and is recommended for experienced users.

After you have successfully installed AVG Antivirus Free, you are prompted with a management tool that lets you handle protection modules from your computer, install other ones and protect more devices by adding them to the list.

Web TuneUp is also deployed alongside the antivirus component. This utility binds to your browser and is designed to work with Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. It's used to identify malware-ridden web pages, prevent third-party components from tracking your online behavior and cleaning your browser while also serving as a secure search engine.

Launching the antivirus can be done by selecting it from the management utility above. Once you open it, the main window of AVG Antivirus Free will display an overall status of your system, highlighting available modules and allowing you to perform various scans on your PC. Scans cover full system analysis but also more specific areas such as USB/DVD, specific folders or files, performance issues, boot sequence and areas susceptible to infection. Scans can also be scheduled with ease.

This application features computer, web and email protection components, letting you prevent a wider range of potential attacks. Among the threats the computer protection module can prevent, you can find trojans, viruses, spyware, ransomware and rootkits. The web and email protection services help you by blocking links, downloaded content and email attachments that are deemed unsafe.

Whenever users encounter an unidentified threat, AVG Antivirus Free performs a quick analysis, sends collected data to AVG servers where it is analyzed and a cure is deployed without requiring any assistance on your side.

Security updates and new features are also pushed automatically, so you don't have to worry about keeping your program up-to-date.

Aside from its highly efficient protection modules, this application also packs a few extra capabilities, which enable you to do checks on your computer and attempt to fix potential issues that might negatively impact its performance.

More so, it also comes with a file shredder that allows you to delete various files or folders from your computer without worrying about them ending in the wrong hands. Simply open the main menu and select the "File Shredder" component, specify the files or folders you want to shred and carry on with the process.

To wrap it up, AVG Antivirus Free is a reliable security software solution that integrates several modules that aim to protect both your computer and email, while also providing you with a safe web browsing experience. It comes with a central management module where you can access its components, lets you choose from several scan types and offers you additional components such as a file shredder and a PC performance analyzer.

AVG Antivirus Free Review

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hello and welcome to the PC Security Channel today we'll be testing a VG's latest installment that is AVG Free Antivirus 2016 which comes with a family manage module so before we get into the actual product review there is something I need to talk about and that is a VG's new privacy policy unless you haven't heard about it already you should be well informed that AVG makes it absolutely clear that they are going to collect browsing and search history data which they think is non personal but your thoughts could vary and they are going to sell it to third parties to make money and basically keep their software free so they're just blatantly stating it in the open that they're going to sell your data to make money that's just how they're going to work and if you're fine with that you should use their products if you're not you probably shouldn't have AVG running on your system anyway that aside let's get started but before that I'd like to mention another quick note on the new installer it actually has a pop-up saying that you should safeguard your browser's by doing what by adding AVG secure search as your home page and setting your new tab page to some AVG search engine I assume so basically what they're saying is to be secure you have to you know use their search engine and their secure search or whatever as your homepage so that they get kind of a kickback now I don't like the way this is worded safeguard to your browser so it seems like it's a security function but what I think it is is it's primarily just an advertising function to help support AVG that should be mentioned as help support avg by doing these things rather than safeguard your browsers so let's see how how nice is this AVG secure search and how does it protect me so let me search for something like PC Security Channel and Wow Webroot that's totally what I was looking for and mcafee hmm and PC security devices so as you can see this is what happens and here we have the actual search result that is the PC security Channel now let's do the same search on Google and there we have it these are the correct relevant search results now what's happening here is we are getting these search results but before that they are showing a ton of ads to make money now that's totally fine if you choose a free product they want to you know make money by running ads or doing some kind of deals I'm okay with that but they should not advertise it as a security feature especially as a must-have security feature in the way the pop-up just popped up and any novice user would obviously click on that because they would think that it is necessary for them to be protected but that is totally not the case it just gives you a crappy search engine that's that's all it does for the most part so I know I'm being a little aggressive here and I know a lot of other Ivy's do this kind of thing but I'm really annoyed when these things are done kind of under the hood without making it clear to everybody I mean especially with this pop-up thing because I know most users are going to click on it without understanding what exactly it's going to do and then maybe they're going search for something like this and end up opening something like this which is not where they want it to get to and then they'll think there's something wrong with their computer when AVG is what is supposed to prevent adware and spyware from being installed in the first place so when antivirus products do this kind of thing deceitful behavior it really makes me feel bad privacy concerns aside let's get testing so here are our malware links going to go through them one by one and let's see how good VG's new product is on terms of security I mean let's see how well it does so I'm going to make sure that it's up to date and now that it is let's go through these links so our first file let's run it I didn't get no alert from AVG so let's proceed not sure will happen there let's run this file - it might have been moved or deleted and this one is caught by a Fiji's real-time protection that's good let's move on let's run this one - some of these malware files are pretty big as you can see a megabyte that's pretty big for malware file could be adware now I we do have detection of that we're turned on I think let's just make sure and I've found settings we have computer protection antivirus and it does report potentially on one and applications let's enable report enhance set of potentially unwanted applications just so that we make sure it gets everything and let's do that for the skin as well alright now we'll go ahead and run this file now alert from AVG so far there we go this is their identity protection or their behavior blocker and cop this one so that's good seared a component in action this one appears to be dead was alive a few moments ago but maybe not anymore let's try the next file and it's locked let's proceed you USB dotty at sea Wow that's Lea and once again caught by these signatures so far I've seen a couple files run that I haven't received any alert for but I'm not seeing any kind of malicious behavior maybe they're doing something in the background that I'm unaware of we'll find out I do see some processes here this one was blocked though see more links to go so like this one has been taken down - and this is khat cogent hoarse downloader 64 dotty at sea and this one's pretty revealing named backdoor dot exe well now these guys are being more honest than AVG so you know that search engine thing they're telling you we're giving you a backdoor want it go for it anyway that's the end of the link test that's not good something's definitely going on because I do see these process still running but Who am I to say whether the system is infected or not so I'm going to run our usual second opinion scanners and I'll be back with the results now we're bytes didn't find any threats on the system but hitman Pro did say this file was suspicious it was active at the time but now it seems to have terminated now I'm unaware if any damage has been done or not may be really hard to find out I'm not really sure it could be nothing could be a rootkit that's hiding in there it's really hard to say so I guess it's a okay result by AVG not a clean sheet I wouldn't call this a clean sheet but because we did see a couple of files run and I am seeing this thing is reported by hitman Pro so I'm not going to call it a clean sheet but probably not a horrible result we still have an operation system and I'm not having any real issues using it so let's proceed with the test I have disabled AVG so that we can grab our malicious samples we have got 1,000 pieces of malware this time they're all from today and yesterday so we'll do our usual right-click scan and let's see how many AVG can detecting them both its detection ratio test time the AVG scan seems to have being speeded up below it was a little bit faster than usual but the real problem is the removal most of times the removal takes almost half an hour maybe 20 minutes 25 minutes let's see how long it takes this time maybe they've made some improvements there well you know what I almost fell asleep anyway the removal process is complete I guess some things never change the user interface is still the same and the removal still takes well maybe I was wrong about the half an hour thing it took almost an hour for a thousand files but well I can't complain about that maybe they disinfect stuff I'm not really sure but they don't really give me any other option so I don't have any choice so please don't complain that AAPG may have disinfected stuff you know what if it has disinfected stuff it won't run in the next part of the test so that's how we'll know and that way we won't count it against a Fiji but just for the detection ratio I'm going to take this number and that's going to be eighty-three point one percent which is not too bad not too great it's a round average and that's pretty much where a Fiji has been so now let's rien a bow all of their shields and now that everything's turned on we can go ahead and run these files and see if a TGA components can prevent them from infecting the system so far I haven't received any notification not sure how many of these files we have in memory we surely do have some things let's keep going so maybe you know what maybe a Fiji did disinfect some of these files cuz quite a few of them are not running and then see any alert but not seeing any damage being done either we do have some crosses in memory now though nothing from IDP so far finally kure-san maybe detection I'm not sure what happened to the warning seems to terminate by itself we're almost done here a few more files and then we can finally check for infections on the system of course before that I'm going to let the system run for a while and so run ccleaner I guess that'll do we do have quite a few process in memory so I'm going to let the system run for a while and then I'll run ccleaner go through usual routine and we'll see the results from our second of the indian scanners all right so let's go through the scan results real quick hitman pro didn't identify anything else apart from this worm that's still stuck in the malware folder however I don't see any other replicas detected anywhere so I wouldn't worry too much and the only threat will stinger then detect anything and the only threat Samana and malwarebytes have found out apart from the one by hitman pro are the search engine modifications or your browser modifications by AVG itself so it is funny that some of these products are actually detecting it as a hijack start page that's interesting if you G haven't sorted this out so not a bad result Tom it did okay in fact it did pretty well the detection ratio was okay the link test went flying we did see some files go in here and there but as in what matters is the end result and we don't have any nature system infections so good job AVG although I will appreciate it much less thanks to their new additions and you know a little bit of dishonesty here and there feel free to comment below what are your thoughts on this product what do you think about AVG's privacy policy would you be fine with using a product like this let me know what your thoughts are and please leave a like if you did and subscribe to the PC security channel for more and as always inform basically our you

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File Size: 3.3 MB Downloads: 8322533
Added: Oct 10th 2018 User rating: 4.1
Supported Operating System: Win XP, Win XP 64 bit, Win Vista, Win Vista 64 bit, Win 7, Win 7 64 bit, Win 8, Win 8 64 bit, Win 10, Win 10 64 bit

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