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Microsoft do the ability to detect unwanted software
The company began to Microsoft to provide additional protection by activating the detection of unwanted software feature PUAs to customers of companies within their products to combat malware customer driven institutions, allowing them to get rid of adware advertising software and the possibility of kidnapping browsers and other harmful applications.
The new feature is available within protect your endpoint MSN (SCEP System Center) and Endpoint Protection (FEP) is an option that can be activated by system administrators.
And it has included the signatures of PUA security and database within the special anti-malware program periodic updates and protection of cloud, which means that there is no need for additional settings by system administrators.
The malware and unwanted applications is the download itself and when it is installed on the target machine that publishes itself within other programs without the user’s knowledge.
It also injects inject ads within the local network and the movement of the user’s Web browsers and abducting Find and change settings within the browser or trying to persuade the user to pay for various services is desirable and often false.
He noted researchers from the Protection Center of malware Microsoft’s within a blog published “these applications can increase the risk of the network infected with malicious software, and cause malware infections are difficult with the user to determine what needs to be conducted to get rid of them, and can prevent the assistance requested by the user of technical experts and waste a lot of time on the termination and clean infected by the applications. ”Viewing:-185
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