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In our real-world attack test, AVG completely blocked 94.4 percent of attacks and partially blocked 5.6 percent of attacks. This indicates how well the program will block new malware attacks when it encounters them in the wild, and this is a good score, actually. However, since five of the nine security suites we tested completely blocked 100 percent of attacks, this score still puts AVG in the bottom half of the list.
AVG’s ability to detect 97.8 percent of known malware samples seems respectable at first glance, but it’s actually the worst detection rate of all the suites we tested. All of the other security suites were able to detect at least 98.8 percent of malware samples, while the top contender in this category, Trend Micro Titanium Internet Security 2013, was able to detect 100 percent of samples. AVG also flagged five safe files (out of a pool of over 250,000) as being dangerous; while this isn’t a bad false-positive rate, almost all of our other tested suites posted lower rates.
In our system cleanup test, AVG detected 100 percent of infections, but only disabled 90 percent, and only managed to completely clean up 60 percent. This isn’t a great rate—F-Secure Internet Security 2013 managed to completely clean up 90 percent of malicious files—but it’s also not the worst of the suites we tested.
AVG Internet Security 2013 is quick and fairly painless to install. It has just five screens to click through, and the program does not require you to reboot your computer. You do have to opt-out, rather than opt-in, of the company’s browser toolbar and SafeSearch. If you choose just to install the browser toolbar, AVG will still change your default search bar in Firefox to its SafeSearch bar.
AVG’s new interface is very nice—simple, clean, and totally in line with the look of Windows 8. The main window features large, brightly-colored tile-like buttons arranged in an easy-to-understand layout. At the top of the window is a protection status notification, which lets you know whether you’re protected (green) or in danger (red). Below this status lie five large green tiles.