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HP new software claims to 'throttle' viruses.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 2/14/2005 06:46:00 PM.

HP today unveiled newly developed software, dubbed HP Virus Throttle, which it claims can quickly control the spread of viruses across corporate networks, and reduce the damage caused during an attack.

HP claimed that the software takes a non-traditional approach to virus protection. t is designed to run without interference to normal system or networking operation, and only affects the viral process while all normal traffic continues unimpeded.

Once a worm or virus is detected, the software inhibits it from making network connections and thus chokes its ability to propagate. It then flags the presence of the worm or virus to the system administrator, who can take appropriate action to remove it from the system.

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