The Benchmarking Model for Ideal Antivirus Software for All Users
A computer virus is software intentionally written to copy itself without the computer owner’s permission and then perform some other action on any system where it resides. Now a days, viruses are being written for almost every computing platform Antivirus protection is, or should be, an integral part of any Information Systems operation, be it personal or professional. There are number of computer virus are created and these computer virus are affected in day today life. The large number of Antivirus software available in the market and some are being launched, each one of them offers new features for detecting and eradicating viruses and malware. People frequently change their Antivirus software according to their liking and needs without evaluating the performance and capabilities of the various Antivirus software available. This research paper highlights the basic concepts of computer viruses and antivirus software. And also suggest the benchmarking model for ideal antivirus software for all types of user.
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