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Trend Micro Browser Guard prevents Zero-day attacks when surfing the web

Trend Micro Browser Guard is a Windows Internet Explorer plug-in designed to detect zero-day vulnerability and malicious scripts and prevent their execution in real-time.

It offers the most advanced heuristics and emulation technologies by communicating with the Trend Micro Smart Protection Network, bringing you the latest protection when you surf the web.

Browser Guard is a handy, freeware tool and works on Windows 7, Vista and XP with Internet Explorer 6.0 and above.

Here are some key features of "Browser Guard 2010":

  1. Protects against zero day exploits
  2. Detects buffer-overflow and heap-spray attacks
  3. Protects against execution of shell code
  4. Analyzes and protects against malicious JavaScript
  5. Connects with Trend Micro Smart Protection Network to maximize detections

You can download it free at Trend Micro


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