No. DeepArmor protects a system using real-time execution prevention. File system scanning is CPU intensive and doesn’t prevent malware from executing. Detecting and blocking malware as it attempts to run provides a greater level of security while dramatically reducing overhead. For example, in the case of an exploited browser attempting to launch a drive-by download, DeepArmor would immediately block the launch without having to wait for the newly downloaded file to be detected by a scan.
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