Anti-Malware Tools Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
MohammadAlshatreet says in a Norton Security Premium review
Head of Information System at a construction company with 1-10 employees
The antivirus aspect of the solution is very good. The support we receive from Norton is excellent. View full review »
Head, Managed Security Services with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable features of this solution are the advanced firewall and malware prevention. The mobile device solution is very good. View full review »
Information Security Engineer IV at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We are primarily using it for its static analysis capabilities. It is valuable because it offers reports on a great many more file types than the other analysis solutions we have. It can give us a more in-depth analysis and better reporting on a larger number of file types. It also gives us a more comprehensive score on a number of things as well, and that's why we're using it as a front-end filter. It gives us more information, and then we use that information to decide whether or not we want to send it on and do further analysis. It's valuable because of its depth of information, as well as the breadth it gives us. There aren't a lot of tools that cover all of the different file types. While we have not extensively tested the detection, it has detected everything that we've thrown at it that we've known is malicious. From the numbers they've given us, the solution's malware and goodware repository seems huge. It easily integrates with our SIEM, Splunk. View full review »
CEO at Datastream LLC
I value the stability of the product most. WatchGuard Gateway AntiVirus also has great scalability. But for us, it's only about ten people who use it. View full review »
CSO - Information Security at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
As far as the cloud version is concerned, we mostly leverage the product to retrieve samples, or malicious programs, that we are otherwise unable to find. So, the ability to download programs directly from the platform is of importance to us. Other than that, we mostly leverage the information regarding static analysis. As far as URLs are concerned, we would use the product as a source to verify whether or not the URL has been flagged as malicious. As far as static analysis information is concerned, we use most of the information that is available in order to determine whether or not we might be dealing with a malware variant. This includes information that is related to Java rules. This is also related to malware families indicated or specific malicious software variants that are labeled by name. Besides this, packing or unpacking related information is something that we leverage a lot. As far as the malware repository is concerned, it's extensive. It's a good source for finding samples, where we are unable to find them on other channels or by leveraging other sources. View full review »
SapManag7ec0 says in a Norton Security Premium review
SAP Manager at a pharma/biotech company with 501-1,000 employees
The most valuable feature is the ability to do ad-hoc checks on our software. Every time we load a new software product, we do a virus check using this product. I also like the fact that it checks files. If we get a ZIP file or some other file type that is unknown, it helps us with doing the virus scan. View full review »
SeniorManag392 says in a Norton Security Premium review
Senior Manager, IT & Safety with 1-10 employees
It does not take many resources during scanning. View full review »
Aaron Krytus says in a GFI Vipre [EOL] review
Network Manager / Senior Network Engineer at Warnock, Tanner & Associates
- Server/Client based - Separate profiles to be applied to different computers - Detailed reporting - Email alerts - Website blocker - Removable device scanning - Push install to clients View full review »
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