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Published By: Webroot UK     Published Date: Sep 25, 2013
Have you seen a lot of articles and blog posts with titles like “Is Antivirus Dead?” If so, there is a good reason: Traditional signature-based antivirus technology is rapidly heading toward obsolescence.
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reinventing the virus, antivirus, webroot security, client cloud, architecture, rollback, technology, antivirus technology, networking, security, enterprise applications
    
Webroot UK
Published By: Webroot     Published Date: Sep 18, 2013
This white paper describes how new threats have stretched the capabilities of “fat client” security architectures to the limit, making it impractical to keep endpoints updated with signatures for all the new viruses. It discusses how a revolutionary approach is making traditional antivirus obsolete by replacing bloated clients and large signature downloads with: • Cloud/client architecture • Journaling and rollback • Behavioral recognition of malware These improve performance and effectively address the new threat environment, which includes protecting against zero day threats.
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cloud architecture, behavior recognition, security, antivirus, journaling, rollback, malware, software development, business technology
    
Webroot
Published By: Webroot Inc     Published Date: Mar 05, 2014
In this paper we look at 3 new approaches that can make antivirus effective and practical again, including client/cloud architecture, behavior recognition, and journaling and rollback Together, these three approaches represent a major rethinking of antivirus technology, a major shift in antivirus that creates a new type of technology that is able to detect and counter today’s Malware.
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antivirus, journaling. rollback, behavior recognition, client/cloud, client/cloud architecture, antivirus technology, malware, networking, security
    
Webroot Inc
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