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Product testing is a complex task. We recommend that unless you have extensive experience specifically with computer viruses, you not attempt to test virus detection or disinfection in corporate environments. Our area on product testing, currently under construction, will explain the various problems with such testing.You can also check in our papers section for additional reference material.

You can obtain information about products which are tested against or certified to detect viruses found on The WildList from many sources, including www.check-mark.com and www.icsalabs.com. Additionally, www.virusbtn.com publishes test results. Please note that these references are provided for your convenience and should not necessarily be construed as endorsement of any test or testing organization.

For now, we'd like to present our views on virus naming. This is important. Users often ask us about viruses which are on the WildList, but under a different name than the name their product calls them. Who is right? Read this article and find out!


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