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Kaspersky Patents Hardware-Based Antivirus System.
Kaspersky Lab, one of the leading security software vendors in the world, has patented a hardware-based antivirus solution in the United States. The device is supposed to scan all data passed from the hard disk to the CPU and RAM, blocking any malicious code it detects.
The hardware antivirus device covered by patent number 7657941 is the brainchild of Oleg Zaitsev, Kaspersky Lab's senior technology expert. A Moscow Energy Institute graduate, Zaitsev joined the Russian security company in 2007 as a developer in its Complex Threat Analysis Group.
Kaspersky Patents Hardware-Based Antivirus System - Particularly effective against rootkits and bootkits - Softpedia
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