End Point Protection (Antivirus)

Now, an updated antivirus is required in every Windows installation.

What does an Antivirus do?

Every antivirus has a real-time protection function, directly controlling any file we use.

Each antivirus has a database full of code features of millions of viruses, worms, trojans, and other types of malware. These characteristics are called "virus definitions".

Because hundreds of new or mutated viruses are circulating every day, it is very important that you protect your body's computers.


  • Real-time Scanning: The ability to scan in real time that repeatedly checks your computer for the presence of malicious entities. Without this feature, it is much easier for something to penetrate your computer and start damaging it before you even realize it.
  • Automatic Updates: Automatic updates protect your systems from viruses. Because new types of malware are constantly evolving, antivirus software needs frequent updates in order to monitor and contain new threats that did not even exist when it was first installed.
  • Protection for Multiple Apps: Threats exist across the range of applications and services you rely on for your day-to-day operations. Browsers, emails, instant messaging platforms, and downloads may contain malicious software that may sneak into your system. Antivirus programs must protect many vulnerable applications from danger, otherwise you leave your material dangerously exposed.
  • Auto-Clean: When antivirus software detects malware, it deletes it instead of placing it in a quarantine zone, waiting for the user to log in and delete it manually. There is no reason to leave potentially harmful software on your system.
  • Fights Against All Types of Malware: Fights trojans, bots, spyware, viruses, ransomware, adware, etc., instead of targeting a single type of malware.