STOPzilla?s pioneering approach is to target Malware. During the past five years, STOPzillahas grown and kept pace with the proliferation and increasing complexity and sophistication ofMalware. STOPzilla?s Research staff, assisted by its Singularity Spider, combs the Web to findMalware and then creates ?target definitions? for each new piece of Malware found. Essentially,target definitions are actions the software takes to detect and block Malware before it doesdamage to a user?s system, rather than removing it after the fact. The target definitions areincluded in the next update of the product so that no other subscriber will ever need to worryabout this particular parasite. STOPzilla is usually updated daily, sometimes more often, asnecessary.In addition, when a subscriber reports some new Malware, trained Customer Support technicians perform a diagnostic scan of his/her computer, which is then forwarded to the iS3 Research Department. There the new Malware is observed and targeted. As a result, the company has amassed one of the world?s largest databases of Malware. For each Malware file in our database, our researchers have created a target definition. With most anti-Spyware products, the user must download the latest updates manually in order to get the latest definitions. With STOPzilla, from the moment a subscriber boots up and for as long as the computer remains on, STOPzilla is protecting that machine with absolutely no user interaction required. The product will update automatically, at least once every 24 hours. Users can opt to be notified or not, whenever an update takes place. Thus, even the novice user can ?set it and forget it.?
STOPzilla Anti-Spyware é um software Shareware a categoria (2) desenvolvido pela iS3, Inc..
É a versão mais recente de STOPzilla Anti-Spyware 1.0, lançado em 18/02/2008. Inicialmente foi adicionado ao nosso banco de dados em 24/08/2007.
STOPzilla Anti-Spyware é executado nos seguintes sistemas operacionais: Windows.
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