Message at install said it could not contact the vendor or something, reverting to standard install ( if we rename the install file, does it think it’s a different vendor’s product ? ).
It then refused the activation code as supplied, but allowed 15 days, so I tried it anyway.
It actually scanned pretty quickly, but only found POSSIBLY unwanted stuff, and failed to offer any exploration or identification as to why something is POSSIBLY unwanted.
Completely missed everything in my known MALWARE depository that included hundreds of viruses that I use to test anti malware programs ( you all don’t delete viruses, do you, you all move them to a safe MALWARE directory for perpetual re-testing, especially with new-fangled anti-malware offerings, don’t you ? ).
Not worth anything, and it has a failed and confused installation and license rejection.
Correction, it looks as if it just does not scan everywhere, and does NOT tell you or allow you to control where it scans.
I dragged my MALWARE collection directory to the main screen “drop directories here” and then it did find 3 out of hundreds of sample viruses and malware — not a good showing, even with it’s scan-to-cloud engaged.
The feature to “Launch FARBAR Recovery Tools” fails, claiming it can NOT access the Internet.
NRFPTY — Not Ready For Prime Time Yet — Nerf Putty.
I feel like a beta tester.
Or an alpha tester.
What kind of anti malware software does not scan everywhere on all drives?
Has Zemana not even LOOKED at the FREE competition?