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BEST OPTION
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ANTI-VIRUS SOFTWARE
PROGRAM
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SOFTWARE
UPDATE
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ANTI-VIRUS PROGRAM
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Definitions

  1. An anti-virus program is only as good as the frequency with which it is updated.

Infected

  1. If you suspect that your computer still is infected, you may want to run a second anti-spyware or anti-virus program. (Web site)

Internet

  1. Additionally you want to make sure your anti-virus program has the ability to scan e-mail and files as they are downloaded from the Internet.

Good Idea

  1. If you deal with word processor files or spreadsheets, if you (or your kids) download software then using an anti-virus program may be a good idea. (Web site)

Firewall

  1. A good anti-virus program and a firewall can prevent Generic9 from infecting your computer.

Personal Firewall

  1. Once you've spent a few minutes configuring your anti-virus program using my recommendations, it's "set and forget." Ditto with your personal firewall. (Web site)

Best Option

  1. The best option for protecting your computer though, is to invest in an anti-virus program.

Important

  1. Modern anti-virus programs detect malicious code quite reliably but it is very important to remember that NO anti-virus program is perfect. (Web site)

Anti-Virus Software

  1. Most people know that anti-virus software is a necessity and most computers come with some form of anti-virus program already installed. (Web site)

Program

  1. PAL Emergency Response is an Anti-virus program that works separate from any other program on your PC and will remove all the latest computer threats. (Web site)

System

  1. It can (should) be used along with your regular anti-virus program or firewall, adding an additional level of security to your system.
  2. A good anti-virus program will perform real-time and on-demand virus checks on your system, and warn you if it detects a virus. (Web site)

Software

  1. Most people bought one type of anti-virus program or another and as long as they updated the software on a regular basis they knew they were protected. (Web site)

Update

  1. Since new viruses surface every day, it's very important for you to update your anti-virus program regularly. (Web site)
  2. Just like your anti-virus program, there is a need to regularly update your other computer programs. (Web site)
  3. Despite the fact that avast is a free anti-virus program its virus definitions gets update twice in a day, one in the morning and the other in the evening.

Malware

  1. The exercise clearly shows that there is no guarantee that executing an updated anti-virus program on a computer would remove malware. (Web site)

Scan

  1. The anti-virus program would scan the file for potential viruses and will post the results immediately on the computer screen. (Web site)
  2. By double clicking on the software, the anti-virus program will begin to perform a scan of your entire computer. (Web site)
  3. Get a good anti-virus program and have it scan your computer each week. (Web site)

Viruses

  1. There is a need, therefore, to update your anti-virus program on a regular basis to recognize these new variants of viruses. (Web site)

Computer User

  1. At the present time, a computer user can feel safe from keyloggers when he or she has obtained a firewall, an anti-virus program and an anti-spyware program.

Computer

  1. Often the anti-virus program can be set to scan each time the computer is rebooted or on a periodic schedule. (Web site)
  2. Retrovirus is a computer virus that specifically tries to by-pass or hinder the operation of an anti-virus program or programs.
  3. When scanning a computer for viruses, the anti-virus program compares the fingerprint of each file on the computer to those in its database. (Web site)

Anti-Virus Program

  1. Rootkits can modify the inner workings of the operating system[ 42] and tamper with the anti-virus program.[ 43] If a rootkit hides itself in firmware e.g. (Web site)
  2. Rootkits can change how the operating system functions and in some cases can tamper with the anti-virus program and render it ineffective.
  3. An anti-virus program can be set up to regularly check your computer or even your incoming email attachments for viruses.

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