AppGuard complements or replaces the common antivirus products that you know and hate, while increasing your cyber safety by 2x-3x MORE. How? Instead of playing a losing game of trying to identify constantly evolving malware, it controls how your apps behave so that malware can’t do the stuff that matters, even if when it can’t be found.
“AppGuard should be on every Windows system in the world.”
AppGuard automatically controls how certain applications are allowed to behave and prevents malware attacks without having to recognize them. Instead of hunting down the millions of new malware created per day, we’ve mapped out the types of things they need to do to get the stuff you care about. Things like stealing your personal data, controlling your microphone or camera, or encrypting your PC to hold your data for ransom. Only a limited number of actions can make those types of things happen, and AppGuard makes sure high risk applications in high risk situations can’t do them.
AppGuard complements or replaces the common antivirus products you know and hate, and increases the safety of your PC by 2x-3x MORE than those tools. Antivirus is based on the idea that you can keep an updated list of malware files you’ve seen before, and then search, find and remove them from your system before they do damage. Well, when more than half of malware is not a “file” to be found, 1,000,000+ new are created daily, and most attacks execute immediately so finding them later won’t help, you’re left in a position where your security system only works about 25% of the time.
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AppGuard is compatible with all recent generations and versions of Windows operating systems (XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, and Windows 10) on various hardware platforms (desktops, laptops, tablets, Surface Pro, embedded systems, ATM’s, Point-of-Sale devices, etc.) with no processor dependency and minimal system resource requirements.
It protects popular applications (Microsoft Office, Office 365, PDF readers, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, etc.) and Virtual Desktop Interface (VDI) platforms, and can be tailored to operate with specific applications as required.