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Prevx Free 3.0.5.50

Whatever you use your computer for, be it business or pleasure, a malware infection is bad news. Most computer users are aware of the importance of installing antivirus and malware protection, but with so many different programs to choose from it can be hard to know which one to select. When choosing your protection, there are three key considerations to keep in mind - the price of the product, the effectiveness of its protection, and the impact it will have on system performance.

The free version of Prevx fares well on the cost front, and the program has been designed so that it will not slow your computer down despite offering realtime protection against a wide range of threats. In addition to realtime protection, Prevx can be scheduled to perform a scan of your hard drive on a regular basis and this process is significantly faster than other similar tools. The program also provides protection against potentially malicious web sites by checking for known phishing attacks, blocking keyloggers and preventing unauthorised use of browser sessions.

Prevx is automatically updated and uses heuristic detection so there is no need to worry about the threat of new malware. Rootkits, adware and other suspicious software can be easily removed leaving you to enjoy your computer without worrying.

Platforms: Windows 2000, Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP
Version: 3.0.5.50
Licence: Freeware
Manufacturer: Prevx
Date Added: {ts '2010-05-14 15:29:00'}


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