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What is STOPzilla?
STOPZilla is a PC security software for the Microsoft Windows operating system. STOPZilla utilizes a proprietary AVM Technology, a multi-layered malware detection system that detects complex malicious threats while using minimal system resources. STOPZilla’s AVM Technology constantly scans, detects, and quarantines malicious threats without affecting the PC’s performance.
STOPZilla AVM protects the user’s computer from computer viruses and malware. The current version of STOPZilla, STOPZilla AVM 2013, incorporates iS3’S new AVM Technology, which uses a multi-layered defense architecture, utilizing both heuristic and behavioral detection. STOPZilla can also be installed in hostile environments, where an infection has already occurred and its built-in anti rootkit technology allows it to detect malicious threats which might affect the Master Boot Record. STOPZilla also features a self-protection mechanism which prevents malware from attacking its files and resources, thereby ensuring functionality in the event of an infection. Minimum system requirements include Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or higher, Windows Vista, Windows 7, 1 GHz processor or higher, 512 MB of RAM or higher for Windows XP, 1 GB RAM or higher for Windows 7, and 500 MB of available free drive space.
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Last updated: : April 4, 2014