Friday, 27 November 2015

Microsoft Protects Companies From Unwanted Software

Microsoft has the business security of a new feature provided in order to protect businesses and organizations from potentially unwanted software. It involves, for example so-called software bundles containing adware, toolbars and other unwanted programs.

According to the software giant this program may increase the risk of getting infected corporate networks with malware or make it harder to identify malware infections. It would also burden the helpdesks and time consuming to remove the applications. To protect corporate users from this kind of software security solutions System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) and Forefront Endpoint Protection (FEP) with a new opt-in feature rich, so Microsoft through a blog posting disclosed.

The feature can detect potentially unwanted programs and stop, so they are not downloaded or installed. Microsoft claims that the blocking of such software should be an explicit choice, and companies are wise to do to set policy on here. Even end users should be alerted in this case, so they know that potentially unwanted programs are not allowed in the operating environment and will block the security products such software.

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