About 360 total security

Discussion in 'Windows XP Security' started by WindowsXPforever, Dec 5, 2018.

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    WindowsXPforever

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    As i read many news articles this "antivirus" is a Chinese company who steals your information,your privacy wont be so "private",sends them to the China goverment.WAIT WHAT?!?!No no no.I knew it,this garbage av is supporting XP because there are lots of people in china who use xp.Pretty obvious.Anyways im glad i stopped using 360 total security.Its a flipping china spy tool thats all.Anyways im not saying "UPGRADE NOW!!!111!!!" im just warning people who use 360 total spy security.
    Anyways here are some links;
    http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-3031395/360-total-security.html
    https://www.tomsguide.com/us/qihoo-cheat-accusations,news-20867.html
    https://translate.google.com/transl...ing_wp_cron=1544032767.0836079120635986328125

    BEWARE PEOPLE OF 360 TOTAL SECURITY!
     
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    Elizabeth23

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    well if they are going to spy on me, there is not much for them to learn, I will still use it as it works fine on xp, :)
     
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    360 is terrible, detects almost no viruses and only serves to consume resources of your pc
    if you think it's good just because it ''works'' , you have serious problems
     
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    IMO the detection rate is great, I believe that it would depend on which article you are reading about Qihoo. oh well, to each his own.
     
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    what is your proof about that? everyone know 360 is a shit antivirus just like baidu and any other chinese antivirus
     
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    I use 360 Total Security Essentials as I do not need all the software that comes with 360 total security. I have been using 360 for approx 5 to 6 years with all 5 engines and the configuration set up for security protection. so far so good, have not had an infection in about 10 years. :)
     
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    I have been using it for over a year and agree with you. It works fine for me :)
     
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    Your privacy isnt that „private” with 360 ;)
     
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    My point was I would rather have false 'positives' than missing any 'threats'.
     
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    I also found this in the 2nd link of the 1st post in this thread - go to the very end of the page.

    "Lest American readers feel smug about this, this week U.S. prosecutors and government officials told Congress that Apple and Google need to weaken their mobile-device encryption standards so that police and other authorities can easily read private citizens' communications"

    In any event, google, facebook and all the rest of them have been doing this for years.

     
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    360 always felt like a hog on a single core Atom, honestly the only protection you need is your own noddle... that's more than enough and stronger than any AV.

    Avast et al. aren't all good companies from what I've heard but at least they're better than Qihoo who have repeatedly cheated AV tests...
     
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    that dosent help you with viruses that dont need user interaction :p
     
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    360 sucks 100% anyways.Heck yeah Even MSE is better at protecting:cool:
     
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