Os4 Pbs antivirus gives you a variety of products with a range of different virus detection methods. The regular Os4 Pbs antivirus scan can protect your system from vulnerable threats. Os4 Pbs anti-virus utilizes suspicious behavior, emulation, virus definitions and sandbox to detect viruses on your system.
What is suspicious behavior detection?
This suspicious behavior detection is not based on the virus definition. This method typically relies on the active monitoring of your computer programs to identify suspicious behavior. When Os4 Pbs uses this method of detection, you may need to accept or deny the running programs on your system until the Os4 Pbs learns to differentiate safe and unsafe programs running on your system. This virus detection method helps to secure your system from unknown or new viruses. Sometimes you may face false positives issue with this method.
What is the Emulation detection method?
Emulate code is another virus detection method used by Os4 Pbs antivirus. In this method, Os4 Pbs emulates the first part of the code of a running program. This method checks for the self-modifying code of the programs; once this kind of code gets identified, Os4 Pbs won’t allow executable to run on your system. However, this method also creates a lot of false positives and sometimes a trusted program will also not run on your system.
What is the Virus definitions detection method?
This is the most popular method of detecting viruses. Os4 Pbs antivirus has defined virus definition database stored and when it scans your computer, start comparing memory, hard drive, boot sectors or removable drives with stored virus’s definitions. Os4 Pbs stores patterns or binary code definitions unique for known viruses in the database. Once this comparison is done, Os4 Pbs UK discovers the viruses and flag the virus quarantine or removal warning. This Virus detection method is only suitable for known viruses.