Is Hitman Pro 3 really a partner of Eset, G-Data, etc. ?

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  1. 1nvad3r

    1nvad3r Registered Member

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    Is Hitman Pro 3 really a partner of Eset, G-Data, etc. ?

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    Behavioral Scan

    The Behavioral Scan in Hitman Pro 3 does not need to monitor your system constantly to discover suspicious behavior. Most behavioral blocking programs need to monitor continuously. Hitman Pro 3 uses the knowledge from multiple anti-malware partners to identify the files on your system, which makes it exceptionally usable for non-technical computer users, who cannot answer incoherent questions about for example new system services or registry entries. In addition, Hitman Pro 3 knows upfront which files are not interesting and which belong to the operating system. This is done by checking the (valid) digital signatures on executable files and a white list containing signatures of known safe files. Hitman Pro 3 has signatures of all important files from Windows 2000 to Windows 7 (RC). After a quick check, these files are automatically detected as safe.

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    Yes, it is :)
     
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    yes, yes and yes.
     
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