VoodooShield 1.03 – A New Approach to Virus Protection

VoodooShield uses a different approach to virus protection by locking the entire computer and blocking all executable computer code (which includes viruses), and only allowing the programs and software the user has trained VoodooShield to allow.
 
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April 23, 2012 - PRLog -- VoodooSoft LLC, the developer of a revolutionary, patent-pending antivirus technology, announces the commercial release of VoodooShield 1.03.

Traditional antivirus software scans computers for viruses and malware from a list of known viruses.  All new virus or malware need to be identified before the list can be updated, which is a never ending process.  With an exceptionally high number of new viruses being created daily, it is extremely difficult for traditional antivirus software to remain updated with all of the latest threats, leaving computers vulnerable to virus attacks.

VoodooShield uses a different approach by locking the entire computer and blocking all executable computer code (which includes viruses), and only allowing the programs and software the user has trained VoodooShield to allow.  Instead of updating and maintaining a massive black list, VoodooShield simply creates a much smaller and efficient white list, and blocks everything that is not on the white list.  The white list is automatically created through VoodooShield’s proprietary, patent-pending snapshot method.  In its default setting, VoodooShield automatically switches to Training Mode when the computer is not potentially exposed to viruses, so it can learn what programs to allow when the computer is potentially exposed to viruses.  When a web browser or email software is launched, VoodooShield automatically switches to ON Mode and blocks all software that is not on the white list, since the computer is then potentially exposed to viruses.

The average computer user typically uses less than 20 programs, so training is quick and effortless.  To train which programs should be allowed to run, the user simply leaves VoodooShield in Training Mode and starts all of the programs they frequently use.  Once the user has opened all of the programs they typically use, they can switch to Smart Mode or Always On Mode, and VoodooShield will then block all software that is not on the white list.

If after training, VoodooShield happens to block software the user would like to run, the user can simply left click on the VoodooShield icon and start the software they were trying to use.  The user can then left click on VoodooShield to once again to lock their computer, or VoodooShield will automatically reactivate after 30 seconds, should the user forget to reactivate VoodooShield.

A fully functional version of VoodooShield with 14-day trial is available at http://voodooshield.com/

Install VoodooShield and browse with confidence, knowing that VoodooShield is protecting your computer, and will only allow the programs that you permit to run!

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Tags:Antivirus, Malware, Computer, Virus, Patent, Technology, Spyware, Adware, Removal, Internet Security
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