F-Secure Virus Definitions v.12.04.2013

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Latest virus definitions for F-Secure Anti-Virus 5 and F-Secure Anti-Virus 4. Whenever a new virus is found, the databases need to be updated for F-Secure Anti-Virus to be able to detect it. F-Secure Anti-Virus offers an easy to use protection against viruses for your PC. With F-Secure Anti-Virus you can open e-mail attachments and use your computer without fear of virus infections. You can also be sure that you are not sending viruses to others. Just install and forget, F-Secure Anti-Virus will automatically keep viruses away from your computer. Download and execute the FSUpdate utility. Note, that to update the databases again, you need to download the utility again. F-Secure Automatic Update Agent is delivered with the latest F-Secure products. This is the most convenient way to keep the databases updated as it connects to F-Secure Policy Manager Server or F-Secure's Update server automatically whenever you are on-line. F-Secure Automatic Update Agent uses incremental technology and network traffic detection to make sure that it works without disturbing other Internet usage even over a slow line.

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  • F-Secure Virus Definitions
  • 12.04.2013
  • F-Secure Corporation
  • Win All
  • Freeware
  • 188.74 Mb
  • 188
  • Free
 
 

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