Unknow Facts of VIPRE Antivirus

VIPRE antivirus is a top selling antivirus product from AV-TEST, but we’ve already seen how it can perform poorly on malware. As a product that requires extra security measures, such as two-factor authentication.

This antivirus has several types of functions. For starters, it protects your PC from getting hacked. If you want to check out the security effectiveness of VIPRE you can check out their latest performance data.

In addition, VIPRE can secure your online banking transactions, and run other extra security functions like dynamic scanning for system vulnerabilities, patching, and anti-virus protection.

Please note that this article is not about virus detection alone. If you want to know about how to find the viruses on your PC, please read our article here.

VIPRE’s 3 VIPRE features

There are a couple of VIPRE features that can come in handy when you want to hide your IP and change your online privacy.

See Whois and DNS Status. When you turn this on your IP changes and IP resolution gets visible on the DNS status page. This makes your IP look different from the IP address you use for online banking. VIPRE does not try to hide your DNS logs either.

This feature can come handy when you want to hide your personal information and make sure that the antivirus cannot see your online banking transactions or access your online mail and social networks.

VIPRE’s anti-virus functions can also scan all processes on the system to detect any malware or any suspicious activity. In the case of suspected malware you can turn on this function.

The VIPRE anti-virus module gets information about the affected process from various sources like the DLL header, the kernel headers, modules, registry and file headers. Then VIPRE creates an agent for that process and uses antivirus protection. To perform this action, you have to wait for your computer to go through the security check of the antivirus program and verify it has detected the malware.

VIPRE’s anti-virus module can make sure that VIPRE’s protection can still check your online activities even if the main antivirus module fails. So this will be useful if you are not sure that the main antivirus can still detect your sensitive data.

Changing the Anti-virus settings

This one requires a little more fine-tuning. We have found that this anti-virus module only runs on Windows XP and Windows 7. When you want to switch this anti-virus module to a different one, you have to go through several steps.

First of all, you need to restart your computer. Then you can go to Control Panel > System and Security and you can choose to change VIPRE’s anti-virus settings. This can be useful when you want to go back to a different anti-virus solution, and you know that VIPRE does not support newer anti-virus programs.

With VIPRE, it’s easy to keep the anti-virus module running, but you can also switch it off. If you want to make sure the anti-virus module is always running, you can do this from Control Panel > Security and privacy and use the Show advanced options button.

Now you can select the anti-virus module. VIPRE will ask you to save your changes. Now you can just restart your PC and the antivirus module will be running.

VIPRE’s VIPRE Command Line Interface

VIPRE’s command line interface (CLI) allows you to edit and manage some of the data and functions of VIPRE. This is also useful to check out the statistics and security data of VIPRE. When you look at the statistics, you can see what percentage of your transactions went through VIPRE and what percentage was rejected by VIPRE.

To use this command line interface, you need to go to Control Panel > Security and privacy. When you have done this, you need to go to Security and privacy and open a terminal window. To connect to VIPRE, you can use ntconnect. When you are using a Windows version below 10.5, you can use the command ntconnect -path /path/to/local/network. You can use ntconnect -path /user/name/display_other_user.

You can check out all the commands you can use from this command line interface. You can find most of the necessary commands by reading the VIPRE documentation.

VIPRE Tooltip for Windows and Linux

VIPRE also provides a tool tip for its user interface. If you switch from this tool to the command line interface, it will start showing you information about the tool itself. So now you can find out the amount of data transferred, the speed of the data transfer, and the data transfer rate. With this tool tip, you can easily use the command line interface for troubleshooting. If you open the tool tip, you can also get the API command of VIPRE. This will help you to check out the performance of VIPRE.

Conclusion

These are the top ten anti-virus features in VIPRE. With VIPRE, you can quickly check the security of your computer and protect your valuable data. This is especially useful if you are using your computer in a public place or in an office environment where there are many computers and it is easy to make security mistakes.