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read more via the link above.Blue Ridge Networks AppGuard Review
Anti-Virus products have been a staple in computer security for a while. While they still have their place on todays PC’s it’s been proven time and time again that their reactive nature and the fact they rely heavily on signature database updates can leave computer users exposed to newer threats until the vendors catch up. With thousands of new variations of malware being released daily, it is virtually impossible for them to keep us protected from the newest ones all the time. HIPs (Host Intrusion Prevention) have become commonplace alongside Anti-Virus software and even combined with firewalls but in order to get the maximum protection from these the user must be relied upon to answer prompts. Just like Windows UAC, many users will eventually not even bother reading these prompts and will simply start allowing everything nullifying any potential benefits. To top it all off, every layer that gets added for protection results in a slightly heavier, more resource hungry suite. As such it can be difficult to find security software that is both effective and light. This is where a program created by Blue Ridge Networks comes in. This piece of software is called AppGuard and in an online world where many programs ‘claim’ to be innovative, this one earns it place as the most innovative that I have seen in a long while. How it works can take some time to understand and it’s easy to get confused or mixed up when first trying. I’ll try to explain anyway but the beauty of this program is that you don’t actually have to understand how it works to make use of it. It’s designed to run alongside just about any other security software, including your Anti-Virus.