F-Prot Antivirus 6.0.9.5 for Windows

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  1. AvinashR

    AvinashR Registered Member

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    F-Prot is a quick and easy to use antivirus software package, specially designed to protect your data from virus infection and to remove any virus that may have infected your computer system. Running on all Windows versions, this security software package has various components that help keep your system secure from viruses, backdoors, trojans and other malicious programs. F-Prot includes the RealTime Protector, a memory-resident monitoring utility that observes all files accessed on your system, a Scheduler where you can set the Scanner to make automatic scans or updates on your system at any time and an Updater to manage all signature updates.

    In addition, the program's innovative and integrated heuristic detection capabilities provide the best possible protection against unknown future threats that may emerge. FRISK Software's antivirus experts maintain an active vigil around the clock to catch new threats in their infancy and to provide our customers with new virus signature files as soon as possible.

    Latest Version:- 6.0.9.5

    Homepage:- http://www.f-prot.com

    Download:- --http://files.f-prot.com/files/windows/fpav-windows-x86-hc-en-6.0.9.5.msi--
     
  2. PintoX

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    Any freebie or promotion for this antivirus?
     
  3. AvinashR

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    Nopes ....
     
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    thx for update avi
    never tried f prot .. so no clue about it
     
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    Its a pretty decent Anti-Virus with average detection.
     
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    The changes in version 6.0.9.5 are:

    - Improved scanning engine, version 4.6.2. Provides fixes for reported crashes in the OAS driver as well as improved stability for On-Demand scans.

    - Improved integrity self-checking.
     
  7. teykila

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    Oh man F-Prot is still around?

    It was my virus detector and remover back in the 90's!

    I have to try it out :)
     
  8. Blackcat

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    No great improvements and development continues to be VERY slow.

    IMHO, FPAV is sadly now just an average AV with no outstanding features to attract new customers.
     
  9. Sm3K3R

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    High system resources usage usually ,but it still detects :)
     
  10. trjam

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    ok, but, what if F-Prot and say, Bitdefender joined forces in 2011. Just speaking out loud.;)
     
  11. Sputnik

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    Are we talkin' wild speculation here?
    Personally I think *IF* F-Prot will be bought out the product itself will disappear.
     
  12. Blackcat

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    Both engines have already joined forces in Coranti.
     
  13. Ibrad

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    Eh I doubt Bitdefender would buy them out, if so it would mainly be used for the Maximus heru engine that F-Prot does have.
     
  14. trjam

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    yeah, but staff are valuable when creating a user friendly, light and workable GUI..
     
  15. Sputnik

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    @trjam
    Sorry but I don't think anyone would buy out an entire antivirus vendor just because of their capability of creating GUI's.
     
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