ThreatFire is an AntiVirus that protects your PC from the attack of viruses. PCs are under constant attack from viruses, spyware and identity theft. They’re coming faster than ever before, they’re getting harder to stop and traditional antivirus products are not able to keep up. ThreatFire’s ActiveDefense technology does, and has proven to provide up to 243% more protection when combined with traditional AntiVirus products.
ThreatFire is different to traditional antivirus software. Normal antivirus products usually need to have first identified and seen a threat before they can provide adequate protection against it. The protection is then provided via a signature or fingerprint update. This creates a large window of time where threats are undetected and can therefore infect your PC even when you have antivirus software installed.
- ThreatFire continually protects your PC against attacks by detecting malicious behavior, such as capturing your keystrokes or stealing your data.
- ThreatFire’s ActiveDefense technology offers protection against all types of internet threats – both known and unknown – spyware, adware, keyloggers, viruses etc.
- Persistent zero-day threat protection made easy for everyone – even novice users.
- Malware quarantine and removal, rootkit scanner, advanced custom rules settings and more.
- Runs in background without impacting system performance.
- Highest level of out-of-the-box accuracy. No need to configure baffling, technical security settings: just turn ThreatFire on and start blocking malware.
- Enhanced user interface elements provide more technical details on alerts and interactive reports in ThreatFire’s main control panel.
- Automatic updates run silently in the background so ThreatFire is always up-to-date.
- Protects againstviruses, worms, trojans, spyware, keyloggers, buffer overflows, and rootkits- even if the threats are brand new and have never been seen before.
- Works alongside your other security programs – in most cases you can use ThreatFire with your other antivirus, anti-spyware, firewall or other security programs.