Network Threat Prevention

Bitdefender, a leading global cybersecurity technology company protecting over 500 million users worldwide, launches its 2019 consumer security product line, aggressively raising the bar on industry standards. The new consumer security line that stops cybercriminals before they attack, sniffs them out based on their behavior, and protects customers from all angles.

Bitdefender Will Stop Most-Sophisticated Attacks

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The Bitdefender product line offers renewed peace of mind with innovations such as Network Threat Prevention, that monitors the system in-depth for all avenues of attack to prevent exploitation of vulnerabilities in the system, detect and block brute-force attempts, prevent devices from being compromised in botnet attacks and keep sensitive information out off unencrypted web forms.

Bitdefender also brings major advances to its Advanced Threat Defense, which closely monitors active apps for suspicious behavior, ready to take instant action to prevent infection. Improvements in Web Attack Prevention, the web filtering technology ensures you never land on a harmful website and informs you whether your search results are safe before you click on a link.

How Bitdefender Secures Your Browsing Experience

With the launch of Bitdefender 2019, we included a new module in the Protection window: Online Threat Prevention. Overall, this security feature will be responsible with stopping attacks even before they begin and will deal with the following:

  • Preventing exploitation of vulnerabilities in your system
  • Detecting and blocking brute-force attempts
  • Preventing your device from being compromised in botnet attacks
  • Preventing sensitive information from being sent in non-encrypted forms

The new network-based adaptive layer of protection prevents exploitation of vulnerabilities in your system, detects and blocks brute-force attempts, prevents your device from being compromised in botnet attacks and prevents sensitive information from being sent in non-encrypted forms.