Chili Antivirus
Chili Antivirus
3.1

0.5

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Chili Antivirus3.1

15 February 2015

Protect against virus attacks.

Overview

Chili Antivirus protects you from virus attacks. It is based on an award-winning technology as rewarded by AV-TEST with the accolades of having both the "Best Protection" for three consecutive years, and also "Best Performance" regarding its system speed. It's incredibly easy to use and secures your Mac with a single click of the button. The advanced technology also protects your private data online along with your digital identity, so you can safely use online banking and more. Chili Anti-virus armors your Mac and offers an uncompromising performance.

What's new in Chili Antivirus

Version 3.1: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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3 Reviews of Chili Antivirus

Derekcurrie
15 February 2015
Version: 3.1

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I'll be taking a look at this AM (anti-malware) application. But I have to point out that: 1) It's using inflated version numbers. It was first released for PC on September 01, 2014. And now it's on Mac at version 3.x? Sounds like Google Chrome numbering. (o_O) 2) The marketing lingo says stuff like "Has received top marks from PC Mag" and "Voted as "Best Protection" 3 years in a row and Best Security 2014, PC Mag - Voted "Best Performance" by AV-TEST.". And this lingo was for version 1.0 for Windows. WHAT?! - - It turns out that 'PC Mag' has NEVER EVER reviewed Chili Antivirus. PC Magazine's 2015 antivirus review doesn't even mention Chili Antivirus. Therefore, from my research I have to say 'SHENANIGANS!', to put it mildly. Everything I've researched tells me that these guys are plain old blatant LIARS. We know what that portents. :-P But I'll take a look at this application and post an actual review later. Meanwhile, I suggest: STAY AWAY!
(5)
Mcr
16 February 2015
Version: 3.1
Detailed malware detection test results are regularly posted here for nearly 2 dozen products, free and paid: http://securityspread.com/detection-rate-results/ These are very detailed, showing EXACTLY by name for each malware/virus if it is detected or not, for each product, then products are ranked 95%, 85%, 75% etc based on detection rates. Historical results are maintained so you can compare over time, and you do see product results change with each test (done every month to every 3 months depending on whether there are any new reported malware in the field, and a sample can be obtained for testing). Presumably results for Chili AV would be comparable to Bitdefender. I've done a bit of research on the /securityspread.com/ site and tester, to make sure it was not one of those 'sponsored' sites by a vendor that are made to appear as objective, neutral reviews. The fact that the product rankings change constantly AND that the results are very specific and listed in detail, further support that this site and the tester are very objective. In fact this is exactly the kind of site and test results, that vendors DON'T want you to see, even the ones that do well on the test (because no product is 100%). I am posting this to support the Mac Community. My aim is not to support or dissuade anyone about a particular product, you pick / use or don't use whatever product you want, and live with the consequences. I highly recommend you don't just look at the current results, but look at the past ones as well. You WILL see trends, with some products consistently doing well and others not so much, and some moving up and down. Remember, an A/V product rests on two main things, the scanning engine AND the malware database. A great engine can be crippled if the database is not updated in a timely manner. Conversely, a vendor that does maintain a current database might still not be effective if the program itself is buggy. This site only ONLY addresses virus detection results, it does not in general make any conclusions or post results regarding performance, installation, support, UI, etc.
(0)
0.5
tjekov37
15 February 2015
Version: 3.1
View is same like "Bitdefender AV for MAC ". Bitdefender is $39,9. And this "Chili av " is absolutely phishing app ....$178 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Derekcurrie
15 February 2015
Version: 3.1
I'll be taking a look at this AM (anti-malware) application. But I have to point out that: 1) It's using inflated version numbers. It was first released for PC on September 01, 2014. And now it's on Mac at version 3.x? Sounds like Google Chrome numbering. (o_O) 2) The marketing lingo says stuff like "Has received top marks from PC Mag" and "Voted as "Best Protection" 3 years in a row and Best Security 2014, PC Mag - Voted "Best Performance" by AV-TEST.". And this lingo was for version 1.0 for Windows. WHAT?! - - It turns out that 'PC Mag' has NEVER EVER reviewed Chili Antivirus. PC Magazine's 2015 antivirus review doesn't even mention Chili Antivirus. Therefore, from my research I have to say 'SHENANIGANS!', to put it mildly. Everything I've researched tells me that these guys are plain old blatant LIARS. We know what that portents. :-P But I'll take a look at this application and post an actual review later. Meanwhile, I suggest: STAY AWAY!
(5)
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$178.20

0.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later

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