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  1. Primary Response SafeConnect Anyone use it?

    If it has been used by anyone--what do you think of it? Is it worth
    $30/yr, at least for the first year?

  2. Re: Primary Response SafeConnect Anyone use it?

    ranger@no.net wrote:

    > If it has been used by anyone--what do you think of it? Is it worth
    > $30/yr, at least for the first year?


    Could you bother to describe what this thing actually is? No one cares,
    thus no one will look it up.

  3. Re: Primary Response SafeConnect Anyone use it?

    Traditional antivirus software often depends on the identity or
    signatures of known viruses to block malicious code and generally
    focuses only on file system scans and email attachments. While
    signatures for new attacks can be developed in a minimal amount of
    time by antivirus vendors, sometimes even a matter of hours, it
    requires much more time to deploy the new signatures to individual end
    users an all systems across an enterprise. As a result, antivirus
    software is limited in its ability to defend against unknown or zero
    day attacks, not to mention known, established attacks that execute
    out of memory. This leaves systems vulnerable. Enterprises and end
    users need more immediate and real-time protection against these types
    of stealthy, ever-evolving threats.

    It is increasingly evident that the conventional approach to tackling
    malicious software through signatures and scanning falls short. Not
    only is the user experience unappealing, the technology approach
    itself is minimally effective against the speed and complexity with
    which new attacks are launched.

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