Intense Integrations Claims Advanced Malware Protection
Company's Internet Security Pro is Latest Product
Apr. 26, 2005 02:00 AM
Intense Integrations Inc. has released a software program called Intense Internet Security Pro 2005, designed "to change the way we think about security," the company says.
"It provides real-time advanced protection from online threats such as drive-by virus attacks, spyware, adware, worms, identity theft, email virus attacks, ActiveX triggered virus attacks, Java triggered virus attacks, tracking cookies, browser hijackers, sex dialers, and more," the company said in its official statement.
Intense Internet Security Pro 2005 protects computers from online attacks without the use of virus or spyware definitions, "a limitation of current virus and spyware protection on the market" the company said.
Company spokesperson Edward Hester told the ISSJ News Desk that "the main difference between our product and AdAware (and others) is that those other methods of defense rely on virus and spyware definitions or class ID numbers to identify and defend against malicious files. This leaves them vunerable to attacks that they have not made a definition for, such as newly released malware and certain variants."
In contrast, Hester said, "our product uses what we call 'File Firewall Technology,' which eliminates, or prompts to eliminate, all incoming files that are of a type that may
present a threat. This provides protection from identified and non-identified malware attacks."
Hester elaborated, saying that "users have a passive mode option that will allow them to download and
Available for Windows 2000/XP/2003 platforms, the program can be downloaded free at: www.IntenseIntegrations.com. Full-version downloads are priced at $19.95.