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  1. https://www.avast.com/registration-free-antivirus.php
  2. Salut, am cumparat o licenta pentru avast VPN, paltforma windows si eu nu am ce face cu ea si am zis sa o postez aici Instructions 1, Download and install Avast SecureLine VPN. 2, Double-click the license file and confirm activation. NOTE: If you already have Avast Antivirus installed on your PC, proceed to step 2 right away. Software http://secureline.tools.avast.com/tools/secureline/avast_secureline_setup.exe License: CC/Atg2AtgsL4hIMqb6nRrxK=BhiiX5DoTiKRAGHqqxMTB6HKLHp=LgK8u5pLQyHZLHKqX6fkP6ST9xfGA6SiHgfeXmHg65fokJgzHHi Decode: Reverse Base64 Atom-128, ordinea o stabiliti voi
  3. Avast Internet Security 2015 Serial Keys Till 2017 .
  4. Download : Avast Premium 2015 Serial Key 2017.rar - Solidfiles
  5. Daca AVG nu este neaparat pe gustul vostru – licenta aici, aflati ca si Avast Internet Security se poate lua gratuit cu licenta pentru 6 luni de zile. Antivirusul are peste 230 de milioane de utilizatori din 186 de tari. Mai multe despre acesta puteti afla de pe pagina lor oficiala. Licenta pentru 6 luni de zile o puteti lua de aici: Free Avast Internet Security 2015 (100% discount) - SharewareOnSale Oferta expira intr-o zi si 21 de ore, daca nu se va prelungi. sursa: Avast Internet Security: licenta gratuita 6 luni | Arena IT @ManutaDeAur - #postutil
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  7. Salut tuturor celor din rst eu folosesc in prezent un avast free edition si ma gandeam sa fac schimbarea cu bitefender free edition dar ma paste gandurile ca avast ar fi mai bun as vrea si eu sa stiu care sunt optiuniile voastre si de ce .
  8. Opinion by Ondrej Vlcek, Chief Operations Officer at AVAST Software The termination of security updates by Microsoft to Windows XP will create severe security issues. The already rather unsafe operating system will face even more risks with the missing security updates, but the question is: Should Windows XP users be the only ones worried? Microsoft recently announced that technical support will no longer be available for Windows XP as of April 8, 2014, ending automatic updates for the operating system. Microsoft will also eventually stop providing anti-malware signature updates to XP users, in 2015. Abandoning Windows XP is a big mistake, especially since Microsoft has not been very successful in transitioning XP users to newer systems. The AVAST database shows that 23.6% of its more than 200 million users is still running Windows XP. XP users more susceptible to attacks than Windows 7 users The abandonment by Microsoft will not only affect Windows XP users, but will create a big security problem for the whole ecosystem. Tens of millions of PCs running XP connected to the Internet, unpatched and without security updates, are just waiting to be exploited. The vulnerable OS will be an easy target for hackers and be seen as a gateway to infect other non-XP operating systems. Our telemetry data shows that XP users are 6 times more likely to get attacked than Windows 7 users and once Microsoft stops issuing patches, this can worsen. The next Target-like attack is brewing Home users are not the only ones who will be affected by the Windows XP support cutoff, according to reports*, 95% of ATMs in the world still run on Windows XP. These ATMs along with businesses still using Windows XP on their PCs need to be updated, or at the very least seek alternative protection. Medical offices that store confidential patient information and stores that keep customer details, such as credit card numbers, on their computers running Windows XP could easily be attacked. The Target data breach last year was conducted through a trojan that attacked the shops’ point of sales system. If businesses don’t keep their systems safe, we will, unfortunately, see more of data breaches like this. The news of the XP support cutoff was published a year ago, which means that IT professionals should be well aware of the change and the consequences it will have. For those who haven’t taken action yet, the time is now. AVAST is devoted to protecting the PC ecosystem by not only supporting Windows XP for at least the next three years, but also by creating protection modules and detections specifically designed to cover Windows XP vulnerabilities and other security problems. We have already taken additional steps in our latest product release, avast! 2014, by making the product lighter, both in terms of speed and resource consumption, tailoring it for older machines still running Windows XP. In addition to the security value, avast! 2014 is offered for free, which is especially important for XP users. Upgrading to a newer version of Windows comes with costs, costs that not everyone can afford and is probably a big reason why many users haven’t upgraded yet. Another reason to ditch Internet Explorer In addition to Windows XP itself being a security risk, Internet Explorer on Windows XP poses an even larger threat. The latest version of the browser available on Windows XP is version 8, making it outdated and lacking a number of security improvements available in its later versions. Of our existing Windows XP user database, 21.5% run Internet Explorer, leaving themselves open to easy attacks. Google Chrome is a good alternative and is fully compatible with Windows XP, updating itself automatically. Windows XP users will not be the only ones affected by the end of updates by Microsoft and should not be the only ones worrying about the end date. Users still running Windows XP need to act both proactively and responsibly to ensure safety for not only their own data and PC, but for that of others as well. [sursa] PS: Stiu ca subiectul a mai fost discutat de N ori, interesante sunt cifrele..
  9. Introduction Alternate data stream is supported by NTFS systems to aid the Macintosh Hierarchical File System (HFS) that uses resource forks to store icons and other information from a file. Basically using Alternate Data Stream, users can easily hide files that go unnoticed by some system administrators. Alternate Data Strem gives you the ability to inject / add file data into existing files without affecting their functionality and size. This whithepaper will start with the basic use of Alternate Data Stream and therefore this whitepaper show how to bypass Avast Sandbox. It is not the focus of this whitepaper how to bypass antivirus using public knowledge. However, aims to circumvent protection system AvastSandBox. As a test system we used the operating system WindowsXP service pack2. For a remote administration program was used metasploit. Any knowledge found in this whitepaper is used with educational purposes only and the author is not responsable for damages caused to third parties with knowledge of this whitepaper. Thanks, W1ckerMan. Download: http://dl.packetstormsecurity.net/papers/bypass/bypass-avast.pdf
  10. avast! provides a package of applications that aim to protect your computer from a possible virus infection or other malware threat. If you use it correctly, and in combination with other programs such as data backup utilities, it will significantly reduce the risk of your computer being attacked or infected by a virus, and thus the risk of losing important or private data. The Avast! Internet Security application comes with an antispam filter and built-in firewall. Once installed, avast! runs silently in the background to protect your computer against all known forms of malware. You don't need to do anything else - just install and forget! Active internet users need greater protection for themselves as they shop and bank on-line. To secure against threats from infected web sites and the growing risk of identity theft, avast Internet security provides you with continuous protection from its layers of antivirus, anti-spyware, anti-rootkit protection, firewall and antispam. Real-time shields. The real-time shields are the most important part of the program, as they are working continuously to prevent your computer from becoming infected. They monitor all your computer's activity, checking all programs and files in real-time - i.e. at the moment a program is started or whenever a file is opened or closed. Virus Chest. The virus chest can be thought of as a folder on your hard disk with special properties, that make it a safe, isolated place for storing potentially harmful files. You can work with the files in the virus chest, with some security restrictions. avast! antispam filter. avast! Internet Security includes a fully integrated antispam filter to detect unwanted email. Spam delivered to your mailbox can result in your mailbox quickly becoming full, as a result which, legitimate emails may not be received. It can also unnecessarily increase the load on the email server, internet connection, local networks etc. Firewall. avast! Internet Security includes a fully integrated firewall which can be controlled directly from the avast! user interface. The firewall monitors all communication between your computer and the outside world and blocks unauthorized communication based on a number of "allow" and "deny" rules. In this way, the firewall can prevent sensitive data from leaving your computer and can also block attempted intrusions by external hackers Command-line scanner. The ashCmd program uses the same avast! scanning engine to detect potential malware infections so the results are exactly the same as running a scan via the normal program interface. The avast! command-line scanner, ashCmd.exe, is normally installed in the directory C:Program FilesAlwil Softwareavast5. A scan is run from the command prompt using various switches and parameters. To see a description of the parameters, locate the ashCmd file and double click on it. This will open a new window in which the various parameters are displayed. • Continuous protection against viruses and spyware • Ensures all mails sent and received are clean • Keeps you protected from "chat" infections • Stops attacks from hijacked websites • Lets you safely browse suspicious websites or run unknown applications • Blocks hacker attacks to protect your identity • Keeps your mailbox free from spam • Allows safe and uninterrupted gaming • Compatible with Windows XP, Vista and 7 Key technologies: • Improved Antivirus and anti-spyware engine • New avast! Sandbox • New Silent Firewall • New Antispam • NewBehavior Shield • New avast! Intelligent Scanner • New Silent/Gaming Mode • Real time anti-rootkit protection • avast! Community IQ • Behavioral Honeypots • Smart virus updates • Green computing • avast! iTrack • File System / Mail Shield • Web Shield • IM / P2P Shield • Network Shield • Script Shield Changes in avast! Internet Security 5.1.889: - solved a compatibility problem with CorelDraw X5 - solved a compatibility problem with Acer control software - solved a problem inserting a license file via the installation wizard - solved a compatibility problem with some Dell wireless network adapter drivers - solved a compatibility problem with Game Guard (used by a number of games) - solved a compatibility problem with Sibelius - solved various 0xC0000005 and 0xC000007B errors (e.g. with some .NET applications) - issues related to upgrades from v5.0 (inactive shields, missing right-click associations, missing 64-bit boot-time scanner etc) - solved some possible deadlock conditions (relatively rare but possible) - performance related improvements - various UI related improvements Homepage : http://www.avast.com Download: http://hotfile.com/dl/100788954/5c424cd/setup_ais.exe.html
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