Immunet Protect Free Antivirus

  • Last update: 12 Apr 2021
  • License: Freeware
  • Size: 3.35MB
  • Downloads: 8708

Immunet Protect Free Antivirus – it represents a new perspective on malware detection and cleaning, as it relies mostly on cloud and their community of users.

This has the advantage of bringing you the latest signatures and file ratings in realtime and much faster than a traditional antivirus engine, which updates only 3 or 4 times a day.

The more users Immunet has, the better as the chances for the file you are running to be already rated are high.

It has three engine, two from cloud: ETHOS and SPERO and a classic one from ClamAV. You are offered realtime protection for free and you can choose from three on-demand scanning options: Flash Scan (quick scan of all running processes), Custom Scan, Full Scan. The Plus version has Rootkit Scanner also.

It does not load your computer with big definition files and it uses very few system resources due to that. If you are a gamer, switching ‘Game Mode’ to ON will not interrupt you anymore while playing.

What is more important: Immunet Protect can be installed alongside with any other security product you already have and adds a new layer of protection and represents a second oppinion scanner when your antivirus doesn’t react to specific malware.

What's New in Immunet Protect Free Antivirus 7.4:

• New:
- The Connector files will only be signed with a SHA-2 certificate and no longer be signed with a SHA-1 certificate starting with this release.
- Behavioral Protection now monitors processes making outgoing HTTP calls for malicious activity.
- New ImmunetUnifiedConnector service that allows critical Immunet updates to be pushed to users.
• Bugfixes/Enhancements:
- Made performance and stability improvements to the Exploit Prevention engine.
- Improved the stability of the Device Flow Correlation engine and driver.
- Addressed a potential hang on Connector shutdown.
- Addressed an issue where in rare cases the Behavioral Protection engine could cause a blue screen.
- The Behavioral Protection engine now properly monitors file deletes on FAT32 file systems.
- Improved quarantine process for files that are signed with both a SHA-1 and SHA-2 certificate.
- Addressed an issue where the Orbital service could start while disabled in policy.

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