Kaspersky Rapid Virus Response

Kaspersky Rapid Virus Response

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Kaspersky Labs strikes another blow against viruses

The company presents Rapid Virus Response - a new technology for
updating anti-virus databases.

Kaspersky Labs, a leading information security software developer,
presents Rapid Virus Response. This new technology enables the user to
automatically download updates for Kaspersky Anti-Virus databases over
the Internet every three hours. This significantly improves the level of
protection against new virus outbreaks.

Up to 300 new viruses appear every day. Viruses are not constrained by
geographical boundaries or time zones, and can spread throughout the
world in a matter of hours. Therefore, the importance of updating
anti-virus databases regularly in order to ward off new attacks cannot
be overestimated. The new service from Kaspersky Labs - the release of
regular updates every three hours - is a worthy counter move to new
information security challenges.

The "treatment modules", which contain information on how to protect
against new malicious programs will be made available at midnight, 3am,
6am, 9am, 12 noon, 3pm, 6pm and 9pm GMT. The updates can then either be
automatically or manually downloaded.

Unlike many other anti-virus companies, Kaspersky Labs conducts thorough
preliminary testing of updates in order to rule out the possibility of
false alarms generated by data which is known to be safe, and also to
enable maximum compatibility with commonly used software and hardware.
Testing is carried out on a pool of high-end test servers, with over 100
gigabytes of data. This ensures that updates will function reliably with
all popular platforms and applications.

Along with regular updates, Rapid Virus Response also offers the user
unscheduled additions for Kaspersky Anti-Virus databases. This offers a
lightning fast reaction to new global outbreaks: protection against
malicious programs is released within 30 minutes of virus activity being
detected.

Kaspersky Labs has always been a leader in terms of the frequency with
which the company releases anti-virus database updates. In 2000, it was
among the first anti-virus companies to release daily updates, while
other anti-virus manufacturers were updating their programs weekly at
best.

"Over the past few months the intensity at which virus outbreaks appear
has become much more frequent. Consequently, we had to release three or
four emergency updates rather than the more usual two. The move to
three-hourly regular updates therefore seems totally justified. The new
system will be convenient for users of Kaspersky Anti-Virus throughout
the world as it is not tied to a specific time zone", said Denis Zenkin,
Head of Corporate Communications for Kaspersky Labs.

Kaspersky Labs Corporate Communications



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