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Vipre Premium AntiVirus CRACKED(2011 TOP ANTIVIRUS)

Post by falafox on Fri Jun 24, 2011 9:38 am

We all know that multiple real-time antivirus products on the same system can cause conflict. It's also possible for a real-time antivirus product to conflict with a real-time antispyware product, so you're safest when a single product handles both tasks. As its name indicates, Sunbelt Software's VIPRE Antivirus + Antispyware 3.1 is designed to handle all kinds of malicious software, and it does a very thorough job. Its pricing is a bit unusual—you can get one license for $29.95, three for $39.95 or unlimited licenses within one household for $49.95. Whichever deal you pick, VIPRE is a very good buy.

CounterSpy will remain available for those who really want to use a different antivirus. Longtime readers may remember that CounterSpy was originally based on technology from GIANT Company Software. Microsoft bought GIANT and turned GIANT Antispyware into Windows Defender while Sunbelt continued to innovate and evolve their product. That connection is all over now. Both VIPRE and the coming CounterSpy 3.1 are completely new code—there's nothing left of GIANT.

VIPRE (Virus Intrusion Protection Remediation Engine) is new enough that it doesn't have all the certifications that established antivirus products collect. Virus Bulletin hasn't put it to the test, nor has ICSA Labs. It does have checkmark certification from West Coast Labs for virus detection, but not for removal. And neither of the European labs AV-Test or AV-Comparatives has evaluated it as yet. I'd worry about this more except that antivirus and antispyware seriously overlap these days. Virulent threats like worms, Trojans, and backdoors should be caught by both antivirus and antispyware programs. I'll be sure to keep an eye for VIPRE's scores however, and will report back if anything unusual shows up.

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The product installs quickly and then walks you through all necessary configuration steps. By default, Sunbelt's ThreatNet is enabled. With ThreatNet, the product sends non-personal information about suspicious files and even upload samples to Sunbelt if needed. You can, however, opt out of this program if you wish. Other configuration steps include setting up a scheduled scan and configuring the product to work with a proxy server, if one is present.

To make sure you have the very latest malware signatures VIPRE installs without a signature database; Spyware Doctor with AntiVirus 6 does the same. The initial database download may take 10-15 minutes, but thereafter most updates are incremental and thus much faster.

VIPRE scans files on demand, on access, and on schedule. Specifically, you can schedule any number of full or quick scans to run at a specified time on specified days of the week. It also watches for macro viruses and scans incoming and outgoing e-mail. If it can't remove an entrenched malware specimen during the normal scan, it schedules a very thorough scan to run at boot time, before Windows even starts

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