AV-TEST Product Review and Certification Report – Jan/2022
In January 2022 we continuously evaluated 3 endpoint protection products using settings as provided by the vendor. When conducting our tests, we always used the most current version of all products. The products were allowed to update themselves at any time and query their in-the-cloud services. We focused on malware detection and usability, including performance and false positives. The products had to demonstrate their capabilities using all components and protection layers.
Protection against malicious Android apps
|Protection against the latest Android malware attacks in real time 2,967 samples used||91.8%||79.5%|
|Detection of widespread Android malware discovered in the last 4 weeks 3,009 samples used||96%||89.6%|
Average influence of the product on computer speed in daily usage
|The app does not impact the battery life|
|The app does not slow down the device during normal use|
|The app does not generate too much traffic|
Impact of the security software on the usability of the device
|False warnings of certain actions during the installation and use of legitimate software 1,009 samples used||0||0|
Evaluation based on a point system
All products can achieve a maximum of 6 points each in the three categories of protection, performance and usability. This means 18 points are the best possible test result.
At 10 points or higher, a product is awarded the AV-TEST seal of approval. Additional details ›
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