Roboscan Internet Security Free is an antivirus solution for your computer, designed to keep your computer safe from any potential threats, such as viruses, malware, Trojans, adware or spyware.
The application runs using a dual-engine security system, specifically the Tera and the BitDefender engines, that in turn offer multiple protection layers and powerful filters against online dangers. Furthermore, the regular antivirus database updates ensure that your computer is always guarded against the latest threats.
Roboscan Internet Security Free provides you with three scanning modes: the 'Quick Scan' will analyze files related to currently running processes as well as vital system areas. The 'Basic Scan' verifies all system areas and disk files, along with areas targeted by a 'Quick Scan'. Finally, the 'Advanced Scan' makes an in-depth analysis of your system, ensuring that no files are compromised or infected.
An additional function of Roboscan Internet Security Free is the ability to activate the Firewall, which can allow or deny network access.
Another important feature of his application is the 'Privacy Protection' component that enables you to completely shred selected files in order to ensure that no data is recoverable. This is mainly advisable when deleting files that contain personal information, which can be used in malicious purposes if it were to fall in the wrong hands.
Moreover, Roboscan Internet Security Free verifies and identifies any security risks that pertain to overdue Windows updates. As such, it warns you when you need to bring your OS up to date.
The 'Scheduled Scan' function allows you to set the application to perform scans at regular intervals, so even if no suspicious activity has occurred lately, you can still analyze your system just to be safe.
The numerous configuration options along with the numerous customizable features make Roboscan Internet Security Free a great antivirus solution, that can meet your every requirement in terms of system protection and prevention.
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welcome to the P security Channel once again today I've got a test of Robo scan internet security coming up now this product has been out in the market for quite a while but I've never really got a chance to test it so finally we'll be testing it now this product supposedly uses dual engines it uses bitdefender's engine along with an engine called a yak or something like that it's probably a Chinese engine and it uses both of them for signatures now apart from signatures it does provide you with the very basic firewall but it's not much of an help and it comes to unknown malware so this is basically more or less a signature based product so first of all the most important thing about signatures you need to make sure that they're up to date so that's what I'll be doing and this update module is very buggy it can give you weird unexpected results sometimes I've been stuck in a few updates where you know I'm just updating and it never really ends and then I find out that the updates already completed but the window is stuck so some bugs exist in this program which could be fixed and the advertising is very aggressive this is not very user friendly especially advertising over here and you also have to consider that this is not their pro version or anything like that it's just some other kind of advertisement which is completely annoying when it comes to your anti-malware product and there's no way to disable it you have to buy their pro product if you want this to be gone advertising to some extent is okay but I think this is way too aggressive but anyway the other aspects of the user interface seem to be well organized and put together but the text can be awfully small and difficult to read on high-resolution displays and there's nothing really strikingly you know special about this user and face it kind of reminds me of Webroot a bit but they've got some extra features like you can shred files that is delete permanently and I guess they also have they have some tune-up utilities but they're only available in the pro version and of course they have the usual features of scan quarantine and so on but as far as the configuration goes you're not really given too many choices it's very basic you don't have any options to like go into any of the details and probably there aren't any it's more or less just signature based so they're not too many settings to mess with so I won't be changing any of these settings we'll just restore it to default there's not much you can change really because they haven't got any specific behavioral blocker now one thing I did notice is they had a heuristic somewhere now I'll have to go through all of these because again the settings are not that well organized yeah so in scan options we have heuristic threats that are you know by default they don't even use heuristics that just go with the signatures but I think I'll turn this on so that's the only change that we will do we will use their heuristics and that's basically it now some parts of the user and they still feel a little unpolished like you saw that dialog box just vanished without me clicking okay I think some of these need a bit of working I mean they need to improve some of these things and definitely I would really want this ad to go away but anyway I guess that's how to sell you their Pro product now as far as memory usage goes I haven't really checked let's see so the real-time service okay so this is also the GUI so right now it was using 24 megabytes with the GUI open but when I close it it's just 3.6 megabytes and the Cray applications 2.5 updates 3.7 and that's about it great so not too much of memory usage it's very light considering it uses two engines let's see if it bumps up when I open Internet Explorer and let's just see it does go up a little bit I guess but then it again falls down so it's not that much it's very light on memory and that's probably a really good thing about this product I find it quite light although it uses two engines so now it's started with the prevention test again we haven't got too many links but we've got some and we'll try them out and see if robos scan can protect us mmm I'm not exactly sure what happened there I didn't get any kind of alert destroyed once again this time I'll just save it on my downloads folder or whatever and I'll try to open it and now it says it's invalid let's check if the downloaded zip file is there yeah but for some reason I can't open it so I'm assuming Robo scan has blocked this one but I would like to see an alert for that it's really confusing once again a zip let's see if this one gets through okay so this time we can open the zip well let's see if we can extract the file yeah we can so let's just run it seems to be running just fine that's quite concerning because I think that is a piece of malware interesting let's proceed with the test since they are using BitDefender signature so I'm expecting a pretty high detection rate save this once again just make sure that this thing is working correctly because it's buggy so it may not be working at all in fact the reason why I wasn't able to test it first was probably because it was way too buggy at that time and it just wouldn't respond for some reason and it would restart the system but looks like it's a bit improved now okay so finally we've got an alert here of some Trojans being detected so we'll just hit clean and it's cleaned I think the alerts are a bit bulky would be nice if they could fix that I guess we try that yeah so it successfully blocked this thing got lots of zip files today all of these are malicious of course now here we've got a potentially unwanted program so it's not really a big deal but let's see if they actually detect PU piece just cancel this one so apparently the last file okay now we're seeing a detection here yeah so the pp was indeed detected so that's good okay we'll just hit clean so I guess we're safe again let's open the zip file and try to extract this executable and once again it's caught so that's good news so we'll just continue with the test this is also a fairly big file okay this one again I'm not exactly sure what kind of malware this is it had seven out of some forty I guess detections in fire stole let's try it out just look like malware to me and okay it's cut so that's good so this one's blocked but this one has probably managed to get through let's see what it did interesting we've already got a lot of crap from the first file so if you remember this was the file I ran and we didn't see any action from Robo scan and this is probably again some kind of adware and PvP and it wasn't detected we've got a process running here and I can guess that some odd stuff is going around in the background look at that - Internet Explorer icon it's not very friendly so anyway I'll just do a quick hitman pro scanning a malwarebytes can to assess the damage welcome back I've just run a few scans as you can see we're getting some weird errors on the screen if it's just not Jen generally a good sign so first of all I scan with hitman Pro and it said nothing's detected but then again hitman pro is if every light scan these days so I decided to go ahead and scan with malwarebytes which is bit more deep and it found four items we've got a file over there's someone on the desktop that I extracted from the archive it's not cut by robust can but it's malicious according to malwarebytes it says it's a Trojan dropper then we've got pre backdoors to registry Keys and file so we do have some stuff in here and I also did a deep scan with MC soft just to check everything out and it turns up again it found trojan downloader in Program Files and that is different from the one caught by malwarebytes so probably two infections there and it also found a couple of registry keys that are labeled high risk as worm in 32 and of course it also found this desktop file so I mean considering we just tried seven links I don't think this is a very good result so it's probably medium to bad I'll just try to remove all of these items and then I'll just grab my samples and we shall continue with the tests so once again here we've got quite a lot of infected files there 500 of them and I will do a right-click Robo scan scan just shrub will scan and let's see what Robo can find for us it's already finding a lot of stuff since it does use a couple of really good engines I'm expecting a good detection rate these files are again from yesterday so you can somewhat compare the detection rate to other products so I'll be back with the results the scan and removal process is now complete and it says it's successfully cleaned 478 failed to clean - and I don't know why it failed to clean these probably because I wasn't able to delete the file inside the archive but anyway now this products cleaning process seems to be very similar to qui who which I tested a few days earlier and so it comes up with hundred and three items but a lot of the malicious files inside these archives have been removed so most of these are probably like self-extracting archives and the malicious part of that has been removed so we don't really have hundred and three items and to verify that I did a scan with emsisoft again and as you can see it only detects 22 items and since Robo scan also claims that it detected 478 failed to clean - no clean 478 detective 480 so clearly that's 22 items missing there so I'll use 22 as the number to find the detection rate so I'm not taking MC soft word for it it it's actually a combination of MC soft and rubble scans reports itself so I'll use the number 22 because I don't give it any credit for not cleaning these two so I'll use 22 and you can probably also use 20 yourself to check out what what kind of detection rate that gives you but I'll use 22 so 500 - 22 of course as rebel scan said 478 clean files divided by total number of files so that's a 95.6% detection rate which is pretty impressive and that's probably what is expected because it's using the defender plus another pretty good engine so I'll just read the real time protection I had disabled it just to get these files here so now we'll just close out everything and start running our files now this will be quite tricky because I don't know which ones are the ones that are infected so we'll probably go by MC soft and we'll scan those so we'll just run those sorry so as you can see MC soft says that we've got a virus in let's just open the detected locations for 30 for real-time is enabled so any kind of behavioral blocking if they have it it would catch it now this probably one of those that it was not able to remove so we'll keep trying this alert window is kind of annoying it's really big I would like to change the size of that but anyway we'll just have MC soft on this side and we'll try to figure out the files they're really infected so let's start over here at 137 we'll just sort these again just try running this and as you can see no response and that is probably expected because it doesn't have anything apart from signatures as far as I know they do have a firewall but nothing for zerud a malware no behavioral blocking no it's just mostly a signature based product so I'm trying to run the infected ones doesn't guarantee they will work out but let's just hope we are able to get some infections going okay this one's probably one of those two files that it was unable to remove so no damage done there for 24 let's try out this one for 34 okay this one's also cut just one of those couple of files now we'll go to 489 and that is also cut so we do have a few files here they're being caught by the real-time protection but I'm not seeing any kind of behavioral component in fact they don't even claim to have any so that should be pretty clear go down to 76 okay this one kind of looks like 360 Internet security it's funny but this is probably being removed yeah so I'll just leave it at that and I'll do one more scan and let's see if we've got any more infections I just wanted to show you guys that we've got a really annoying piece of adware over here now this thing just doesn't stop running no matter what you do you can obviously try to close this out but that just minimizes it and if you right-click here no option even if you right-click it opens it if you click it it opens it if you double click it just opens it and then of course you've got more spam over here they'll probably lead you to more adware and probably malicious links and all you can do is basically just minimize unless you're smart enough to use task manager so for a lot of people things like these can be really malicious so I just decided to let it run because I guess a regular user would just do that and meanwhile I'll just scan with malwarebytes actually I'm scanning with malwarebytes at the moment and also use MC soft I think I'll skip hitman pro this time and I'll be back with the results the scans are still going on but I saw something interesting so I thought you guys might like this as you can see this is a fake you know pop up it's obviously not what it claims to be it's probably just an open web site and if you click open I mean accept and then it takes you it just says premium installer sure there's a product called premium installer and what you're trying to get is basically file open or pro and I'm pretty sure no such program exists so all it's going to do is just install all this crap where and not give you any product at all so this kind of stuff in my opinion is malicious so anyway I'll just let this thing run and I will be back with the results malwarebytes scan has completed and I just cut DMC soft scan a little bit short and as we can see we've got a lot of peepees nothing really malicious like no trojans or something like that according to malwarebytes of course now let's take a look at MC soft now the reason why these two files are still there is because I cannot delete them and you know I guess they're not detected either I just did a scan and it doesn't detect them and I couldn't delete these files even before running the scan so it's not like MC softest denying access or something like that so as you can see we've got lots of stuff here again lots of PP crap some registry keys and it would have probably found a few more photos just let it scan completely but that's the point we've got and peepees they're like they're the work in groups they're like wolves so if you get one you'll probably get millions after that so overall how do I rate Robo scan to be honest it's kind of about a tragic once again it's not that great it's okay ish but you know why would you go this with this product it doesn't make much sense I just say if you want this kind of product with good signatures just go ahead and install the defender free antivirus they'll do the job for you and you don't have to deal with all these ads and the nuisance that this product comes with so although it's not that bad I mean it's it's nothing special to take it's no reason you should take notice about a product like this there's as it is it's not that well known and you have better products like BitDefender out there so I don't see why you would need to use something like this and once again if you do plan to use this I would highly recommend pairing it with some better firewall instead of the one that comes to it because in this state it doesn't have any kind of zero-day or unknown malware protection apart from the built in heuristics of course along with its real time scanner so I hope you guys enjoyed this review it's good to test out new products all the time it's good to see that they're getting new products I'd just like to see some more innovation from their part so stay tuned comment rate and subscribe and I will return with more videos so have a nice day and I'll talk to you guys later
|File Size: 138 MB||Downloads: 22489|
|Added: Oct 29th 2013||
User rating: 4.2
Company: ESTsoft Corp.
|Supported Operating System: Win 2K, Win XP, Win XP 64 bit, Win Vista, Win Vista 64 bit, Win 7, Win 7 64 bit|