Norton does a
great job of protecting me from viruses. It will pop up and let me know
that it is scanning outgoing and incoming mail. While receiving email,
if the program runs across a virus it will pop up a save window letting
me know where the backup file is being saved, This is usually the
quarantine folder within the Norton program. With Outlook / Outlook
Express simply right click the paperclip icon in the preview pane.
You'll see that the attachment is called "Norton Antivirus
Deleted1.txt", click the file.
message will come up in notepad telling you the name of the infected
document that was removed and what virus it contained
McAfee has very
similar features: it scans my incoming and outgoing mail and it pops up
to let me know when there's a threat in my email. The pop up window in
McAfee also has the name of the potential virus with a link to more
information concerning the virus in question.
This is nice and
because you can see the threat without going though the procedure of
clicking the paperclip for the name of the virus like in the before
mentioned Norton antivirus. However, you can view the virus information
by clicking on the paperclip like you do with Norton if you didn't catch
the virus name in the initial pop up and would like view information on
Norton have virus information sections of their
website. This is a good place to take any information that you have
gathered on the virus or threat, and plug it in. This can give you a
really good idea about what's going on in your system and over time make
you a virus expert.
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