Sunbelt realizes that as a system / security administrator, you have better things to do than to put out fires and listen to end users complain about slow computers. VIPRE Enterprise was built for the administrator that is sick and tired of old-style enterprise antivirus programs and endpoint security suites that have bolted on module after module and now are peddling bloatware as a security solution. VIPRE Enterprise is designed to optimize overall performance by melding enterprise antivirus and spyware protection together into one, single, powerful engine. This combination of technologies gives you high-performance endpoint protection with anti-malware software that doesn't slow down users' PCs, is low on system resources, and makes it easy for you to protect your network. VIPRE Enterprise means powerful antivirus and spyware protection against today's highly complex malware threats. No more system slowness and resource headaches of older corporate antivirus products.
VIPRE has been tested by Microsoft and is officially compatible with Windows 7 as per September 2009. VIPRE is also Checkmark 'Wildlist' Anti-Virus Desktop certified by West Coast Labs and will continue to receive additional certifications through time.
Sunbelt's advanced security technology is famous for being in the front lines in the battle against new and unknown malware, known as 'zero-day threats'. MX-Virtualization analyzes malware in real-time, in a small, 400K super-efficient secured memory "lock box" that emulates Windows. MX-V fools the malware into thinking it has taken over a PC. MX-V allows VIPRE to observe how the malware behaves and kill it before it can infect a machine. MX-V technology is the safest way to protect against zero-day threats. VIPRE's Genscan and Cobra heuristics use high-performance dynamic pattern assessment to determine if something is malware. Improved - VIPRE's Active Protection delivers real time 24/7 monitoring and protection against known and unknown malware threats. Active Protection works inside the Windows kernel, watching for malware and stopping it before it has a chance to execute on a user's system.