Posted by: David Harley | June 18, 2009

Making Sense of Anti-Malware Comparative Testing

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This is an Elsevier article preprint of an article on the main issues around comparative testing of antivirus/antimalware products, made available here by permission of Elsevier.

The fully formatted, proofed and reviewed version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.istr.2009.03.002.

Abstract:

If there’s a single problem illustrating the gulf between the anti-malware industry and the rest of the online world, it revolves around the difficulties and misunderstandings that plague product testing and evaluation. This article considers these issues and the initiatives taken by the anti-malware and testing sectors to resolve some of them.

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