Editor: noScan ensures detection and quarantine of all viruses, key-loggers, worms, Trojans, BOTS, and other malicious software in the wild without use of massive signature databases, annoying scans, and frequent signature updates. noScan uses the Enterprise Anti-Malware engine in Naknan's Security Assistant for Enterprises to protect you and your sensitive information. And on a laptop, you're protected no matter where or how you Connect, even at unsecured Wi-Fi hot spots like the local coffee shop or public library.
You're also protected from Infected web sites, infected USB drives, and infected emails. You can still view the web site, or contents of the USB drive or infected email, but the Infection can't spread to your computer.
noScan's proprietary Anti-Malware technology represents a new approach to keep the operating system and applications safe from unknown viruses, worms, etc. by detecting malicious pieces of code for which signatures have not been released yet, without false positives.
noScan helps you Create an Authorized Software List which identifies all executables and shared libraries that you authorize to run on your computer. Everything else is blocked and quarantined. When you want to install software, just tell noScan so it knows to add it to the Authorized Software List. As for patches, you tell noScan which software can be updated by whom, and it takes care of the rest.
Infected emails, phishing, infected web sites, or whatever, it isn't going to harm your computer or steal your identity or sensitive information. Zero-Day attack? Don't worry; the SHA1 hash for the attacking software isn't on your Authorized Software List and it can't run. You don't need to put up with traditional anti-virus and it's annoying, ineffective scans. With many millions of unique pieces of malware released onto the internet each year, traditional anti-virus just can't keep up. With noScan, you just protect what you want and quarantine everything else.
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What's New in noScan 1.02
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No additional system requirements.