Did you perchance mean antivirus?
- n. alternative spelling of antivirus.
“NetworkWorld: McAfee apologizes for PC anti-virus snafu”
“Cyveillance has issued a new report showing anti-virus programs fail more often than they succeed in protecting you from bad things on the Internet.”
“Keep your anti-virus and anti-spyware subscriptions current.”
“Symantec is the company that makes Norton products like Norton anti-virus and Norton ghost.”
“Christie's Paul McCarthy , Detail, "Tomato Head Green" Another big seller was Peter Norton , the California anti-virus software publisher, whose 26 pieces in this evening sale sold for $26.8 million combined.”
“He called a satellite office and within 25 minutes persuaded an unwitting employee to divulge details about Oracle's operating and anti-virus systems.”
“All the anti-virus programs detect and remove Stuxnet from Windows systems.”
“Scammers are always adapting to what is topical," says Achal Khetarpa, director of research at anti-virus firm CyberDefender.”
“Your machine will later be used to pitch fake drugs or worthless anti-virus protection or to hijack online banking accounts.”
“Well after tax day, the scams about detecting a problem with the tax return or being owed a refund will still be quite viable," says Randy Abrams, researcher at anti-virus firm ESET.”
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