GFI Software recently announced the immediate availability of the latest versions of its VIPRE line of antivirus products.
In a news statement, GFI announced that VIPRE Antivirus 2013 and VIPRE Internet Security 2013 incorporate the exceptional detection rates, typically found in all VIPRE products. Ensuring low impact on PC performance, VIPRE Antivirus 2013 and VIPRE Internet Security 2013 ensure that users’ PCs are protected from malware and also identify and fix any vulnerability that is present.
In an effort to eliminate the installation challenges, VIPRE 2013 has been equipped with VIPRE Easy Install feature that removes the conflicting AV program completely, allowing for a trouble-free installation.
Coming with VIPRE Easy Update feature, VIPRE Internet Security 2013 allows for automatic finding and upgrading of out-of-date software. In addition, VIPRE warns the user if the Windows updating system is configured incorrectly, and assists in getting this corrected. This helps reduce the PC’s vulnerabilities to malware.
VIPRE Antivirus uses Active Protection, heuristics and other highly sophisticated detection methods to protect against more than 100,000 new threats every day, including the latest viruses, adware, spyware, worms, rootkits, bots, Trojans and other malware.
VIPRE does not impact system performance, rather in many cases, improves PC performance by detecting and removing malware that slows it down.
“The updates we’ve made to VIPRE 2013 enhance what the product has always delivered – simplicity and effectiveness. However, effective AV is not the only concern many people have. The average Internet user does not have the time or inclination to manage AV software. They simply want a product they can easily install that protects against threats aimed at them, and one that doesn’t interfere with their PC’s performance. They don’t have time to manage third-party software either, but they sure would like a simple and intuitive way to fix any weaknesses in their PC due to third-party applications. VIPRE 2013 identifies these weaknesses and fixes them,” general manager of the Security Business Unit at GFI Software Mark Patton (News - Alert) explained in a statement.
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