AVG

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AVG
About
Classification Security
Type Anti-Virus
Developer(s) AVG Technologies
First Release 1991[1]
License Freeware and Commercial (Proprietary)
Website avg.com


Requirements
OS Windows XP (SP3 {x32 only}), Vista, 7, 8/8.1 and 10, both 32-bit and 64-bit; Mac OS; Androd
R.A.M. 512 MB
Permanent Storage 1200 MB (Free), 1300 MB (Standard and Internet Security), 1400 MB (Premium)

AVG (Anti-Virus Guard) is an Internet security software company, founded in 1991. AVG is based in Amsterdam, and currently holds corporate offices in Europe, and the United States. Their goal is to "Shield you from potential dangers by providing powerful, easy-to-use protection that works in the background and allows you to go online with confidence."[1]
They offer protective software and virus definitions for Windows, Macintosh, and Android systems.

Process Names

  • Avgamsvr.exe
  • Avgcc.exe
  • Avgcsrvx.exe
  • Avgnsa.exe
  • Avgnsx.exe
  • Avgrsx.exe
  • Avgsvca.exe
  • vprot.exe

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 http://www.avg.com/us-en/avg-company-profile

See also

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