How does Cache Technology work?
Posted by Glenn Reyes on 25 June 2010 11:10 PM
1. Cache Technology is a proprietary technology to ensure that we do not
re-scan files which are already scanned.
2. This method uses the contents and properties of a file (on both FAT and NTFS) in
order to gauge, if a file could possibly be an infected file.
3. The cache is independent of both size and attributes & cleared over a period
of time.Its also flushed at times a file gets modified.
4. Any file that's triggered by our proactive scanner will not be cached - hence the
possibility of a malware getting cached is very low.

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