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Compare Webroot vs Comodo

Overall Score:
7.8
Features
Value for money
Support
Ease of use
Price:$29.99
Overall Score:
8.2
Features
Value for money
Support
Ease of use
Price:$17.99
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Scanning
Real-time Antivirus
Manual Virus Scanning
USB Virus Scan
Registry Startup Scan
Auto Virus Scanning
Scheduled scan
Threat type
Anti-Spyware
Anti-Worm
Anti-Trojan
Anti-Rootkit
Anti-Phishing
Anti-Spam
Chat/IM Protection
Adware Prevention
Compatibility
Windows
Mac
Android
IOS
Usage
Ease of use
Extra features
Personal Firewall
Parental Controls
Gamer Mode
VPN Service
Smartphone Optimizer
Device Tune-up
Safe browser
Support
Live Help
Phone support
Ticket support

Last Customer Reviews: Webroot vs Comodo

Gemma
Webroot customer service is rubbish. They have a phone line which leave you perpetually on hold. They also run a pure scam in terms of renewals. First element of the scam is to set up as automatic renewal and then charge excess fees for second and subsequent years. The other part of the scam is to have URGENT ALERTS notifying that the subscription expires soon and urging immediate payment. Those expiry notices are more than two months before expiry. But when they get payment they 'renew' the subscription for 365 days from that date, effectively then charging for one year subscription but only providing 10 months. I know these scams are also perpetrated by other internet businesses, but that is no excuse. Webroot demonstrate that they have no customer service and no ethics and people should avoid scam businesses of this type.
Kelly A. Green
We're really sorry to know that you had such a bad experience with Webroot. Unfortunately, we can't test the payment options or the recurring payment conditions. However, we strongly advice to check out other reviews of the products with really immaculate reputation. For instance, Norton Antivirus or Total AV Best regards, BestAntivirusPro.org team
Greg
Very high pressure up-selling when you contact customer support.
Ashraf Abd El-Kader
Comodo seems the better and the best for me.. It has all premium features for free, except for remote support (remote installation, remote virus removal, etc) , which is paid. Same features in other rivals are paid. In addition, comodo works well with no system performance issues provided that you use enough ram suggested for your operating system. It has a sandbox as well. This version is called: Comodo Internet Security. (The one with free download option; you get it provided that you don't want any remote assistant). Note that Comodo doesn't include an anti-theft option, but it seems the best as an internet security software.

Webroot highlights:

  • Cloud-based malware detection and elimination
  • Works with outdated devices and operating systems
  • Fully supports Win XP 32 and Mac OS 10.7 lion
  • Features an ever-growing malware database
  • Compatible with the four major operating systems
  • Competitive pricing (especially for long-term subscriptions)

Comodo highlights:

  • Offers a very decent free edition
  • Email, phone, and live chat support
  • One of the most effective sandboxes
  • Highly configurable, thanks to hips
  • Dragon, a safe browser, is available for free