I wanted to hear peoples views on HOW to determine whether secondary antispyware scanners (for on-demand scanning only) are good or bad.
I truly feel that ZA-ISS is a well rounded and complete package, but in today's internet world, there is a need for secondary and even tertiary scan options due to the boat-load of malware, troyans, root-kits, keyloggers, wurms, viruses, etc. No single program can detect all the baddies, it's possible that even every program today could miss the newest baddies too.
On this forum, we support Free Superantispyware, Free MalwareBytes, as well as the Free version of A-squared. I've even seen Guru fax post that Dr.Webs cure-it! as a viable option too.
Other than those 4, how are users able to know which are good or bad (since there are at least a hundred apps going around, whether they are Rogue or not).