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Norton setup offers a fee-based suite of antivirus products which provide various virus detection method. User can protect their desktop by regularly scanning the computer with Norton antivirus. Norton's anti-virus suite uses virus definitions, suspicious behavior, emulation and the sandbox method to detect viruses that may be on your computer.
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Virus Definitions
When Norton Antivirus filters your PC, it looks at the hard drive, memory, boot parts and any removable drives that you are examining against its downloaded virus definition database. The database contains pattern or parallel binary code that is unique to each virus known to Norton. Once Norton AntiVirus looks through your PC and finds code that matches something in the database, it will hail the infection for isolate or evacuation. This technique just shields your PC from known infections.
Suspicious Behavior
Suspicious behavior detection does not depend upon the virus detection method. Rather, in this technique relies on active monitoring to scan your computer's programs to locate suspicious behavior. When you use this method, you will accept or deny a program that keeps running on your computer until norton setup realizes which programs are known to be protected. This technique can shield your desktop from obscure or new infections, yet it can likewise make false positives.Other similar website keyword: Office.com/Setup| mcafee.com/activate | Office Setup
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