Labels: antivirus protection, Antivirus Protection - Free, Trial or Pro
The need for antivirus or firewall software for personal computers is more essential than ever before with the continually increasing threat of computer viruses and large amounts of spyware and adware presenting a security risk for any computer that is connected to the internet. There are hundreds of security vendors offering a wide range of antivirus tools and security suites. It is increasingly common for vendors to offer several different versions of antivirus protection - free, trial, or pro.
The various different versions of the antivirus software can be useful for different situations. If you are in need of antivirus protection but cannot currently afford the expense of purchasing security software for your computer then a free version of the program would be ideal for you. You may be considering changing which antivirus software you use and have made a shortlist of programs which may be suited to your individual needs. In this situation you will find it useful to test drive your options by making use of short term trial versions of the short list options before making a commitment to purchase one of them. Once you have decide which of the trials best suits your needs you may wish to go ahead and upgrade to the pro version by purchasing the software in question. These are just some of the reasons why security vendors release three versions of antivirus protection - free, trial and pro.
Security vendors are finding that it is highly beneficial to offer the three versions of antivirus protection - free, trial or pro. They are able to allow potential buyers to test drive their product through use of trial versions which are usually valid for a maximum of thirty days at which time users are prompted to upgrade to the pro version of the software. They are also benefiting from offering a scaled down free version with only basic functions. If a buyer likes the software they are more likely to consider buying the pro version of whichever free package they are used to than they are to purchase a completely new program.
Labels: How to Update Norton Antivirus 2007, Upgrade Norton Antivirus 2007
Norton Antivirus 2007 is a product released by Symantec to help combat malware on personal computers. Keeping your Norton Antivirus software updated is an important part in making sure your computer is protected.
Open Norton Antivirus 2007.
On the left side of the program window, click "Run LiveUpdate." This can be found under Quick Tasks.
Click "Start" when prompted.
Wait for the connection to be made with the Symantec servers. Click "Close" once the updates have finished installing.
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Labels: How to Upgrade McAfee Antivirus Via Command Line
McAfee AntiVirus is a program that scans your computer and protects it from Internet-related viruses and malware. Every version of McAfee AntiVirus comes with detection of security threats and automated resolution. If you run Windows remotely or must send instructions via the Windows command line, you can force an engine upgrade using a single broadcast command on the machine that needs updated antivirus software.
Click "Start," then "McAfee AntiVirus."
Click "Settings," then click "Remote Invocation."
Click "Allow CLI udpates" and click "OK."
Click "Start," then type "Command Prompt."
Right-click "Command Prompt" and choose "Run as administrator."
Type "mcafee-upgrade" to launch the McAfee upgrade utility.
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Labels: Update Avira Antivirus
Avira GmbH is a German antivirus software company. Its antivirus applications are based on the AntiVir scan engine also known as "Luke Filewalker", first launched in 1988. It was called "H+BEDV Datentechnik GmbH" when it was founded. Avira AntiVir Personal - Free Antivirus is free for personal use. Avira's engine has been licensed to Ashampoo antivirus and Webroot WebWasher.
Avira AntiVir PersonalEdition Classic is a comprehensive, easy to use antivirus program, designed to offer reliable virus protection to home-users only.
Avira PersonalEdition Classic constantly and rapidly scans your computer for malicious programs (such as viruses, Trojans, backdoor programs, hoaxes, worms, dialers etc.), monitoring every action executed by the user or by the operating system and being able to react promptly when a malicious program is detected. Actions include repair, delete, block, rename and quarantine programs or files.
Avira PersonalEdition Classic also features enhanced protection against unknown boot-sector viruses, issuing alerts for boot sectors suspicious formats. Through the permanent update of the detection engine, the protection is ensured constantly: the user can set the product to download any updates when available, thus keeping you clean and safe.
Download the Virus Definition File to always keep Avira AntiVir up-to-date.
Manual Update of AntiVir
Steps on how to update AntiVir Avira:
· Download the latest virus definition file (IVDF) on a PC with internet access.
· Copy the downloaded file to a portable media storage such as an USB Stick or a CD-ROM for transferring it to the PC without internet access. Note: Extracting of the ZIP file is not necessary.
· Insert the media storage into the PC without internet access.
· Start AntiVir Personal Edition Classic / Premium and go the menu Update" and select Manual Update".
· Select the downloaded IVDF file from your media storage and click open".
Your AntiVir PersonalEdition Classic / Premium is now up to date.