@jac Late to this but thought I’d weigh in with my two cents worth…
@phenomlab said in Best antivirus software? (Looking to switch):
The best by far is bitdefender.
I would be curious as to what data you have to back this claim up. Admittedly I have not been surfing avbulletin and such as of late but imho…
The best and longest running track record, by far, per real world testing by various virus labs of both lab and “in the wild” variants ESET NOD32 ANTIVIRUS.
Eset offers various upgraded products but I only use the av product. Well, hell, I full disclosure I do not use any of it as I have been winwoes free since the “new” millennium. Wife uses it though and I get stuck playing support. Hence why I research stuff like this from time to time.
Be that as it may, Eset does offer the everything and kitchen sink premium product, wh/includes password manager:
ESET SMART SECURITY PREMIUM
btw- I used to be a Kaspersky reseller bitd. Before Eugene fsck’d all us little hole in the wall independents over by negotiating a low, low bargain price deal with Costco retailing far less than my cost. Nice slap in the face. Double so the next time your clients hit Costco and confront you re; your gouging. Great way to build trust, eh? Hence I ditched Kaspersky long ago. Tried a few others, e.g. F-Secure, that had great scores but experience showed once attained they tended to slack off a bit in profit “optimization” mode. Eset, however, has not been thusly, at least so far, and we’ve been using for years now. Additionally, Eset is also the preference of a couple InfoSec buddies for their home use.
Edit: Actually, the wife also uses the full suite that includes smartphone device app. No complaints from the lower tech user dept. there.