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Malware infections include viruses, worms, trojan horses, most rootkits, spyware, dishonest adware, crimeware and other malicious and unwanted software.
 
Most agencies are using Symantec AnitVirus Corporate ver 8.x or 9.x... the current version sold is 10x if you are using an older version the product is unlicensed, outdated and may stop updating.  You should upgrade now to get the best AV solution protecting your systems with the latest technology.
 
Signature updates may continue since your product expired but your installed version is not as effective as even the latest edition.  I have successfully migrated many agencies to Eset NOD32, which is the best in class compared to the most known antivirus solutions.  AV-Comparatives named ESET NOD32 Antivirus the "Best Antivirus Product" read about the competetive advantages and analysis.
 
Other than just being more accurate, NOD32 has smaller memory requirements which means more space for your other applications.  NOD32 'threat sense technology' provides zero day threat protection and unknown virus.  It provides this protection by sensing virus like activity rather than relying on recognizing the virus signature.  This is important because while others are waiting to define what the virus looks like NOD32 detects virus activity or potentially unwanted programs from infecting you computer.
 
Visit Eset NOD32 for information, an online scan or purchase.
 


Windows Updates is a service of Microsoft providing updates to their operating systems.  Issued monthly on the 2nd Tuesday updates fix bugs and plug 'security holes' in Windows and internet explorer.  Periodically they will post a hot-fix which requires more immediate attention.  The security holes are used by worms, viruses and hackers to compromise your system.

It is vital to keep Windows up-to-date with patches.  If you are unsure if your operating systems are properly maintained then please contact me.

Here are RSS feeds that I like to watch to keep up with current threats and activity:
 
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