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Kaspersky anti-virus is used by more than 400 million computers globally and is generally viewed favorably by the security community for their active efforts to thwart cyber attack.
In addition, the organisation tests anti-virus products against a collection of proprietary malware samples.
Its most innovative feature allows it to integrate seamlessly with Faronics Deep Freeze, the instant system restore solution, so anti-virus updates can be applied even while computers are protected in a Frozen state.
NetQin Mobile Anti-virus for Android can be downloaded free of charge from http://www.netqin.com/en/antivirus or from the Android Market.
have unveiled evidence of potentially ineffective blocking capabilities in Windows Defender, slow definition updates, and weak anti-virus capabilities in the default anti-spyware and anti-virus components of Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system and Live OneCare suite.
Known as worms, they were an inconvenience but were fairly simple to eradicate with a clean sweep from an updated anti-virus program and a lecture to employees lout never opening e-mail and/or downloading attachments from unknown sources.
Clear Digital Solutions, of Middlesbrough, has launched a new anti-virus support service to operators of computer networks, using updates supplied by Moscow-based Kaspersky Laboratories, one of the world's leading anti-virus companies.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-10 February 2006-Nokia announces F-Secure Mobile Anti-Virus for new devices(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
--Proxy for Deployable Web Anti-Virus--ProxyAV provides a Web anti-virus solution that can maintain Maxtor's real-time Web traffic requirements without introducing any noticeable latency.
Anti-virus software, today a large and profitable software category, is clearly destined to join Hyper Terminal in the software graveyard that is the "accessories" group.
But Watters believes the hacker threat is subsiding, and can be dealt with largely through traditional anti-virus products.
The virus has succeeded in hitting computers which have already walled protection from the popular Norton anti-virus system and has presented subscribers with a message stating that the Norton monitoring service has been "de-activated".