|05 Feb 2012||#1|
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MS Security Essentials, "certain patterns of suspicious activity"
In Microsoft Security Essentials, there is an option to "check for certain patterns of suspicious activity". What are these patterns of suspicious activity? How much does this slow down my system? How likely am I to get a false positive?
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