Avast 2012 gets bigger antivirus cannons Video
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What's safer than a cut less and eye patch and a nasty smile? How about Avast 2012. The latest major update from this popular security suite includes some sharp new weapons to keep you safe online. This is include hybrid update tech, remote assistance and the first (bi-reputation?) system from a free antivirus vendor. I am Seth (Rosenblack?) and today I'm showing you Avast Internet Security 2012. It's just like the free version but with more. And don't worry, I'll tell you all about Avast Free as well. One of the biggest new improvement is a hybrid update technology that pushes out updates in real time instead of a database update. This means your security stays current faster. Another first in Free AV is file rep. This tells you how safe a file is based in part on community shared data before you download it. The new remote assistance lets you provide remote tech support through Avast based on sharing a unique one time code and can be stopped at any time by either person. The improved install house for running in compatibility mode so you can use Avast as a concurrent antivirus if you want. Not for everybody but it's good to have if you like that option. Web Rep, Avast browser add on for better browser protection now works in Safarian scans for more kinds of (nasties?) including fake certificates. Those were the problem last year so this is a good kind of protection to have. There's also a new web based management portal with one stop access for Windows, Mac and Android app control. The paid upgrade has seen some improvements too. This include better on-demand browser sand boxing, automatic sand boxing of suspicious program and smarter Avast Safe Zone technology that warns you before you use it to begin a financial transaction. Although in 2011, Avast wasn't ranked the best, it was given a very high mark and it's hard to argue with the fact that more than 130 million active users trust Avast to keep them safe. With your first look at Avast 2012, I'm Seth (Rosenblack?)
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