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Windows Security Center now includes DriveSentry the Personal Firewall for Drives

‘By including the next generation antivirus protection from DriveSentry in Security Center (Via), Microsoft customers are now protected from the very latest virus threats. The threats, known as ‘Zero day threats’, are the preferred method of identity theft on the web. These threats are combated with significant ease by the technology used by DriveSentry known as whitelisting’.

DriveSentry, a software firewall designed for Microsoft Windows is dedicated to protecting your computer's drives. Using the Auto-Advisor function, DriveSentry Desktop will block the latest viruses, Trojans and malicious code, with minimal interaction from the user. This enables even the most novice users to be safe in the knowledge that their drives are fully protected against the latest threats. [More information]

The latest version of DriveSentry is 3.3 and is quite simple to setup. Moreover it is free. [via]


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