OSHI Defender is designed with automatic updating and user-defined scheduling that allows the program to easily scan, clean, and protect systems. The product also allows users to surf the Web safely by using OSHI Software’s secure DNS servers to prevent criminals from redirecting browsers to fake websites.
“One of the biggest frustrations for PC users is the constant threat of viruses and malware,” said Eugene Vezne of OSHI Software’s engineering team. “With OSHI Defender, we’ve developed a computer security solution that is easy to use but highly effective and reliable in combating these threats. Our newest product is another important step in our mission to thwart spam, fraud, denial of service attacks, phishing, and other malicious activities that threaten computer users every day.”
A key to advancing that mission is OSHI Defender’s departure from traditional antivirus products by not using virus signatures as a basis for malware protection. Many popular virus protection programs use virus signatures as a basis for detection and removal, but this approach is often inefficient and is highly vulnerable to 0-day or emerging malware threats. OSHI Defender uses advanced technology and continuous monitoring of new threats to deliver greater computer security than traditional solutions.
As with all OSHI Software Solutions, OSHI Defender features a simple, minimalist interface that is designed to make the program accessible and easy to use for virtually any computer user.
OSHI Defender is available as a subscription service with a full year priced at
For more information, please visit http://www.oshidefender.com and http://www.oshisoftware.com.
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