Keep SUPERAntiSpyware up-to-date with the latest definitions even if your computer is not connected to the Internet thanks to this offline updater
As good as a security tool might be, scanning the computer without ensuring that the definitions are up-to-date is, obviously, a mistake that could lead to virus infections. With the ever-growing and diverse threats out there, downloading the latest definitions every day is a must.
SUPERAntiSpyware users can check for available definition updates with just a click, directly from the main window of the app. However, if the Internet connection is missing, the signatures will not be downloaded and installed. That is why SUPERAntiSpyware’s developers offer an offline package for manually installing the latest definition updates to make sure the host computers are protected at all times.
In other words, SUPERAntiSpyware Database Definitions Update delivers a package that can be used to manually update the virus signatures of SUPERAntiSpyware, ensuring the latest threats are recognized by the security tool. Obviously, SUPERAntiSpyware must be installed on your computer for the updater to work.
All it takes is double-clicking on the installer, and a popup screen will appear, prompting you for permission to install the definitions and restart SUPERAntiSpyware. The process does not take long and, after just a few seconds, you will be able to use SUPERAntiSpyware with the most recent virus database version.
The updater works with both SUPERAntiSpyware and SUPERAntiSpyware Professional so that the PC is secured against any spyware components.
It is advisable that you periodically (or even daily) check for available definition updates, as the SUPERAntiSpyware team permanently analyzes samples and releases updates to ensure their anti-spyware utility works as it should, safeguarding any user’s computer.
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SUPERAntiSpyware Database Definitions Update is part of these download collections: Virus Definitions