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Light Virtualization Software Review and Guide: Shadow Defender - Final Thoughts

Light Virtualization Software Review and Guide: Shadow Defender

When it comes to Light Virtualization very few programs perform as well as Shadow Defender. This lightweight program is easy to use, bloat-free, and light on system resources; yet it possesses the power to fully contain some of the sturdiest of malware within its buffer and fully undo the damage with just a simple reboot.

| Security & Backup in Software | Posted: Mar 5, 2013 1:50 pm
TweakTown Rating: 98%      Manufacturer: Shadow Defender

Final Thoughts

 

Shadow Defender is a great little piece of code and one of the best kept security-related secrets out there. Most people still rely solely on traditional anti-malware protection alone; they are completely unaware of the existence of programs like Shadow Defender which can contain and completely reverse all system changes with just a simple reboot.

 

Shadow Defender complements existing anti-malware and anti-execution solutions, providing superior damage control. It serves as the final safety net, the ultimate undo tool for cases where sophisticated threats have somehow managed to breach your other layers of protection. The latest version is fully compatible with SSDs and TRIM, and it also fully supports Windows 8.

 

When it comes to the security of your systems you should accept no half-measures or compromises. Being a long term Shadow Defender user myself I have to say that when it comes to the security of my own setups, this program has given me unrivalled peace of mind.

 

If you are interested in trying or buying Shadow Defender, you can visit this website.

 

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