Monday, December 24, 2007

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Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Free virus detection test drive. Am I Infected?

Somebody told me about this new website. At first I thought it was another mean to install spyware on my computer, but after I saw that Panda Software was behind it I realized this was not the case. I mean, it is highly improbable for a respectable company dedicated to the detection and elimination of malware to be spreading adware or spyware in computers around the world (just imagine the bad publicity they would get). So, at least I know it is safe to use their tools.
After taking a closer look to the website I understood what was the real goal of this whole thing (besides the promotion of their new tools, of course): they want to raise awareness on how widely spread are these infections. The website allows you to use their Panda Nano Scan and Panda Total Scan tools for free and, more importantly, it displays the collected stats from all the scans performed at the website in the past 24 hours.
According to these stats, more than half the computers scanned were infected with some kind of malware. Almost 70% of the non protected computers and almost 50% of the protected computers are infected by some form of malware.
So, there you have it. If you want to test drive the new security tools from Panda go to In doing so, you will also contribute to the awareness of the prevalence of malware infections. Besides, since you are probably infected it wouldn't hurt to find out about it.

Friday, April 27, 2007

Microsoft Antivirus Launched Windows One Care

Microsoft has launched their new “Windows OneCare Live Security,” a combonation of antispyware and antivirus scanners, with plans for a much more complete “security warehouse” in the future.Microsoft is really pushing their Windows Live movement, is it simply an attempt to make Microsoft’s success independant of the actual Windows OS? Are they scared of losing their monopoly?Microsoft tells the community that OneCare Live is for the estimated 75% of consumers who don’t have antiviral software installed, or they do not keep it updated due to subscription costs, or inconvenience.
The Problems With an MS Antivirus
A few weeks back there was a big news story floating around about Symantec and Microsoft getting in a legal war as the result of a Microsoft AntiVirus program.While the lawsuit sounded quite flaky at first glance, a second and third glance revealed more information resulting around the basis of the Microsoft AV.Instead of securing Windows against viruses, Microsoft is considering the reactive move of an antivirus program. If Microsoft were to charge for this antiviral program, would it be a conflict of interests?I mean, rather than working on the security aspect of Windows, there would be little motivation for them to secure against viruses: that would damage their antivirus sales. They could continue to code insecurely, even lighten up on their security audits, and watch the money roll in on MSAV.Would they do it? It’s not like they don’t have a record of doing dirty things in the past to increase their bottom line, right?The antivirus product could result in a huge part of their total profits, if Symantec is any example, so, it would be worth it for Microsoft to develop such a product: unless the legal issues fall through, but, it would definitely be another blow to the computing industry and another powerhouse in their monopoly .

Friday, April 6, 2007

Secure Revolution

Our Antivirus Management application lets IT administrators deploy up-to-date virus protection across their whole network with the push of one button, providing desktop and file server protection. We provide real time reports on desktops and file servers, overall stats on the enterprise, plus management and administrative options. Click Next Info

Astaro Security Linux

Astaro Security Linux is a network security solution in an integrated package. It includes a combination of the following security applications: A Firewall with stateful packet inspection and application proxies guards Internet communications traffic in and out of the organization. A Virtual Private Network (VPN) gateway assures secure communications with remote offices, “road warriors,” and telecommuters. Anti-Virus defends computers from both email and web-bourne viruses. Intrusion Protection detects and stops hostile probes and application-based attacks. Spam Filtering eliminates the productivity drain of opening and deleting unsolicited emails. Surf Protection (Content Filtering) and Spyware Protection improve productivity by blocking inappropriate web activities, provide protection from user tracking threats and violation of privacy. Protects all types of networks – Windows, Linux, Unix and others. Click Next Info

Avast Server Edition

Avast! Server Edition fightsvirus infections on your server or servers. It works both as a standard protection of a file server, and also via its optional plug-ins as a protection of various server subsystems, such as electronic mail, firewall/proxy etc.You can download, install and use avast! SE 60 days for free. Click Next Info


The ViRobot product line is capable of repairing the damage caused by over 15,000 different viruses. The software is also able to monitor running processes in the system's memory for viruses. If a virus is found in a running process, the user is given a chance to save their work, the process is then shut down, disinfected, and then restarted. ViRobot is also written with performance in mind. The software places a minimal load on the CPU during system scans. Click Next info