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Symantec Endpoint Protection v11.0.2020.56 x86-DVT

Forgive me if I’m missing some basic point here, but something I truly wonder over is if we actually need antivirus software. I mean, no matter the name of the operating system, isn’t there something fundamentally wrong with it if has got security holes that allows one to infect your computer in such a way that it becomes unusable? A huge troop of softwares come to rescue but which to pick up? Here is a great choice, the last on Symantec line that offer protection against virus, malware and spyware also have a good firewall, works on almost every OS and uses very few resources from your pc compared with others.

Key Features

* Seamlessly integrates essential technologies such as antivirus, antispyware, firewall, intrusion
prevention, device and application control.

* Requires only a single agent that is managed by a single management console.

* Provides unmatched endpoint protection from the market leader in endpoint security.

* Enables instant NAC upgrade without additional software deployment for each endpoint.

New Features
Single Agent and Single Console
Delivers a single agent for all Symantec Endpoint Protection technologies and Symantec Network Access Control. Delivers a single integrated interface for managing all Symantec Endpoint Protection technologies and Symantec Network Access Control. All allow for a single communication method and content delivery system across all technologies.

* Provides operational efficiencies such as single software updates, single policy updates.
* Provides unified and central reporting.
* Provides unified licensing and maintenance.
* Requires no change to the client when adding Symantec Network Access Control enforcement.
* Lowers Total Cost of Ownership for endpoint security.
* Reduces administrative effort.

Proactive Threat Scanning
Behavioral-based protection that protects against zero-day threats and threats not seen before. Unlike other heuristic-based technologies, TruScanTM Proactive Threat Scan scores both the good and bad behavior of unknown applications, providing a more accurate malware detection.

* Accurately detects malware without the need to set up rule-based configurations.
* Helps lower the number of false positives.

Advanced Rootkit Detection and Removal
Provides superior rootkit detection and removal by integrating VxMS (Veritas Mapping Service—a Veritas technology), thereby providing access below the operating system to allow thorough analysis and repair.

* Detects and removes the most difficult rootkits.
* Saves time and money and productivity lossses associated with re-imaging infected machines.

Device Control
Controls which peripherals can be connected to a machine and how the peripherals are used. It locks down an endpoints to prevent connections from thumb drives, CD burners, printers, and other USB devices.

* Prevents sensitive and confidential data from being extracted or stolen from endpoints (data leakage).
* Prevents endpoints from being infected by viruses spread from peripheral devices.

Optimal Client and Server Performance
Optimized client boot times and application load times enables comprehensive protection and better performance for all customer sizes and environments.

System Requirements:

* OS: Windows 98/Me/2000/2003/XP, Windows Vista or better
* CPU: >750MHz Intel or AMD CPU
* RAM: 64 MB RAM or above

Release Name: Symantec.Endpoint.Protection.v11.0.2020.56.x86-DVT
Release By: DVT
Size: 61mb
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  1. smut
    October 22nd, 2008 | 09:15

    :-) TY

  2. chris
    October 22nd, 2008 | 09:15

    oh dear, symantec… no thanks, I’ll stick with NOD32

  3. liam
    October 22nd, 2008 | 09:18

    hummmm i’ll stick with http://www.free-av.com :)

  4. CyberT
    October 22nd, 2008 | 09:31

    Is this better than norton internet security?

  5. Only 32 bit?
    October 22nd, 2008 | 10:13

    Anyone have a linky for a 64 bit version? :x

  6. The One
    October 22nd, 2008 | 11:01

    This program sucks and really bogs down your systems. We have this at work and we regret the day we decided to go with this over the old corp 10 version. AVOID like the plague

  7. chaosmaker
    October 22nd, 2008 | 11:31

    i will stick to kasperksy internet security :D hehe cant get any better than that…

    i agree never liked symantec products… especially the latest ones

  8. text
    October 22nd, 2008 | 11:34

    SirAlcol, you have just written the most incompetent blog post i have ever come across.

  9. John
    October 22nd, 2008 | 11:49

    @text: I kinda agree, but cut him some slack!

  10. sYgnal
    October 22nd, 2008 | 12:48

    Stay away from Symantec!! Every one of their PC security products are nothing but a resource hog & lack full protection!

    My Recommendation:

    Mozilla Firefox 3.03 [Free]
    No Script [Free/Firefox Add-on]
    Greasemonkey [Free/Firefox Add-on]
    Google Secure Pro [Free/userscripts.org]
    Avira Antivir Personal [Free]
    Spyware Terminator [Free]

  11. atty
    October 22nd, 2008 | 14:05

    anyone knows which av software works with MS Windows 2003 Server?

  12. Me
    October 22nd, 2008 | 15:19

    Am running v10 of this AV on MS server 2003. works like charm.

  13. Kash
    October 22nd, 2008 | 15:22
  14. Maximus
    October 22nd, 2008 | 15:58

    Yes, you are correct, there is “something fundamentally wrong with (an operating system) if has got security holes that allows (some)one to infect your computer in such a way that it becomes unusable.” I’ve had Macs for 22 years. Zero. Never used or needed security software.

  15. cruelsister
    October 22nd, 2008 | 16:00

    Version 11 is not a hog. But DO NOT install the Firewall as it is poor. The AV portion is quite good. Total RAM consumption on XP is about 20,000K, and on Server 2008 about half that (for some reason the Proactive Threat module can’t be started on Server OS’s). If you download this version, you could go to Symantec for the update to version MR3.

    http://www.symantec.com/business/support/downloads.jsp?pid=54619

  16. mr.domino
    October 22nd, 2008 | 16:05

    I use this and it’s Symantec’s corporate/business answer to security, Norton is Symantec’s personal use software.

    The real time scanner uses very very little background resources, and has saved my ass a couple of times…thankfully! Before I started using SandBoxie ;)

  17. piratepress
    October 22nd, 2008 | 16:37

    @23- Both links by #15 are the MR3 versions. I’ve tested the x86 version on a workstation and it works great. Will test the x64 on my laptop this evening.

  18. Siliticx
    October 22nd, 2008 | 17:37

    Symantec Corporate 10 has to be the best piece of anti-vir software ive ever had.

    once you confied it you can simply disable the UI and it barely takes 3 mb of ram.

    its non-obtrusive and doesnt nag you at all.

    Kaspersky is bloated compared to that.

  19. Ronny Sweet
    October 22nd, 2008 | 18:18

    Symantec Endpoint Protection v11.0.2020.56 x86-DVT

    Easy-Share
    http://w13.easy-share.com/1702114339.html

    no pass, virus checked.

  20. sycho
    October 22nd, 2008 | 19:00

    i don’t use av at all

  21. BoJl4apa
    October 22nd, 2008 | 19:14

    +1 @Siliticx
    upgraded from corp 9 to corp 10 – works like charm, minimal system hogging.
    recommended.
    stay away from the Norton apps though :D

  22. tmgp
    October 22nd, 2008 | 20:43

    version 11.0.3001 is allready out….

  23. yay cookies
    October 22nd, 2008 | 21:36

    i dont see why ppl are bashing one of the best AV solutions out there, it does NOT bog your system down unless youre using windows 98 /sarcasm

    anywho, thank you Mikey666 for the 64 bit link, appreciate it :)

  24. Symantec
    October 22nd, 2008 | 21:53

    Guys,

    The latest version is indeed 11.0.3001.2224 (aka SEP11 MR3) and one of the things which really changed was the increasing of performance!

    Forget version v11.0.2020.56 (aka SEP11 MR2) and give a try to the new version, specially the personal firewall, device and application blocking and even the TruScan (Whole Security) integrated engine! This is not “just” an AV anymore, is much more than that… compare apples to apples and you’ll see the diff!

    BTW, it has included in the same agent the SNAC (ex-Sygate) technology, which beated about 13 competitors! And all managed through a single agent and single management console!

    Cheers,

  25. mAdDoG
    October 23rd, 2008 | 08:37

    Anyone have a link for Symantec Corp 10.1.8 which was just released.

    thx

  26. Easy-Share
    October 23rd, 2008 | 13:27
  27. dube
    October 23rd, 2008 | 18:55
  28. Sardonicus
    October 24th, 2008 | 22:29

    Piece of dog poop does NOT work on Commodore 64 !!!

    Tosses BIG error on my Amiga!

    Get rid of this thing!

  29. Joe Johnson
    October 27th, 2008 | 02:13

    SEP 11 with MR3 (and that’s the catch, it has to be Maintenance Release 3) is a very versatile and resource efficient anti-virus and spyware system, rewritten from the ground up. Major bugs with MR1 and MR2 especially server side.

    You can install just the AV and it behaves correctly on Vista (something I could not say about Symantec AV Corp 10). Some of my mysterious Vista pauses (even post Vista SP1) have disappeared and I am a happy camper.

    On Windows Server 2008, there is a share problem with MR2 that requires disabling SEP MR2 – crazy huh.

    I am undecided about its firewall and threat protection, running it on some machines and not others. It’s not the resource hog it use to be.

  30. puchulo
    January 28th, 2010 | 16:20

    Which is the best antivirus on the market

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