Norton antivirus definition updates reliz new updating 10 23 2016
This feature can be used to prevent patches that negatively impact an endpoint from being deployed to it.
It also allows you to track the reason that you've excluded the patch.
A database of scanned files along with the option parameters they were scanned with is maintained on the endpoint.
A file rescan takes place only if a file is modified, scan option is set to a stricter setting, or definition update requires it.
Also, engine and definition updates now carry the same version number.
Some applications that fall into this category, like commercial keyloggers, are legitimate and should not be treated as malware. In the new grid list you can clearly identify an exclusion as a file, folder or process (Real-time Monitoring Policy only).
With it you can demonstrate ongoing compliance for auditing purposes, validating that an endpoint has been kept up-to-date with the latest definitions file over time.
You can now select what happens when an agent detects a keyboard change that could potentially be a keylogger.
To use it: Enhanced malware detection, reduced bandwidth utilization, and improved endpoint performance are benefits the new engine delivers, all while maintaining feature parity with earlier versions of Anti Virus.
If you're upgrading from a pre-8.2 release, you need to update the LEMSS Server and each LEMSS Agent to take advantage of the all its capabilities.