Viruses quarantined with Norton
1 April 2005 | 0
Norton AntiVirus 2002 Version 8.0 lets users quarantine infected files, easily get help with viruses directly from Symantec researchers and automatically protects against viruses as well as malicious ActiveX and Java applets.
Infected files that have been quarantined are safe to store on your computer without fear of spreading any viruses. The software’s new Scan and Deliver wizard makes it easy to send quarantined and other suspicious files to Symantec for evaluation.
Version 8.0 has bloodhound technology that uses advanced heuristic logic to ‘sniff-out’ and eliminate new viruses even without updated virus definitions.
Norton AntiVirus can run constantly in the background to keep a computer safe from viruses that might come in from e-mail attachments, Internet downloads, floppy disks, software CDs or a network.
It can be scheduled to automatically retrieve new anti-virus definitions from Symantec as often as once a week.
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