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ThreatSense Desktop

Are you curious about latest internet threats that are happening around you? ThreatSense Desktop from ESET will help you by alerting new threats.

ThreatSense Desktop is a security monitoring tool for your desktop from ESET, the developer of NOD32 antivirus, which provides information about the wide spreading malware on the internet in the last 24 hours and viral graph indicating overall virus infection ratio.

The program provide information based on Virus Radar, a complex monitoring system from ESET, which scans millions of e-mail every day, updates and provides real-time statistical information about the propagation of new cyber threats

ThreatSense Desktop updates at regular intervals determined by you and allows you to switch automatically from one statistic to another. The program is managed by an icon appears in your system tray (tray area) and allows you to customize various settings, including Internet connection and display information


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