Norton AntiBot 1.1.838

14 01 2008

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Norton AntiBot provides advanced, real-time protection against emerging threats, including bots that are used to perpetrate identity theft and other online crimes. This powerful new security solution from Symantec detects unusual behavior on your PC and removes the malicious bots causing it. This protects your PC from unauthorized access and tampering, detects and stops attempts by hackers to take remote control of your computer, and delivers extra protection against emerging ‘zero-day’ threats. To help ensure that you’re always protected, Norton AntiBot monitors your PC continuously to stop suspicious programs.
Key Features

* Is compatible with other security products as an added layer of protection against bots and other emerging threats
* Actively monitors your PC 24×7, so it’s always protected
* Removes detected Web robots and other malicious software, even at deep levels of your Windows® system
* Protects against emerging variants of bots and other malicious software—without relying completely on protection updates
* Has minimal impact on your PC’s performance, so you can continue to work and play normally
* Detects malicious software at the deepest levels of your Windows® system in real time to defeat hidden attacks that other products can’t tackle
* Blocks PC hijacking attempts to protect your computer
* Stops and removes malicious bots before they can cause damage or steal personal information
* Adds an extra layer of protection against emerging threats, which helps stop “zero-day” attacks

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