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I've heard that Antivirus AI can detect State-Sponsored Trojans. How is this possible?

Antivirus AI technology constantly learns and adapts to new threats by undergoing deep analysis in the AI Cloud. So if suspicious spyware is detected on a user's smartphone in Paris, for example, it is immediately protected against globally. This means that the more you use the software, the more effective the detection becomes and the stronger the overall protection for all users worldwide.

One of the essential features of Antivirus AI is its ability to detect state-sponsored Trojans, such as Pegasus and FinSpy. These types of malware are often used by government organizations for surveillance and data collection and can be particularly dangerous for individuals and organizations. With over 5 million Android users, Protectstar has recorded 28,458 detections of these state-sponsored threats as of November 2022.

To ensure that the protection is as robust as possible, the app also uses Deep Detective technology that proactively monitors processes with over 86 million attack signatures. This ensures that the device is protected against the latest threats.

Just as in human medicine, proactive protection for computers and mobile devices must be dynamic to stay ahead of evolving malware threats. That's why Protectstar uses pattern recognition to develop "vaccines" against malware that dynamically protect against new threats. With AI Life Rules against malware, you can trust that your devices are protected against the latest threats.

In conclusion, Antivirus AI is essential in protecting against the latest cyber threats, especially state-sponsored Trojans. The software uses Artificial Intelligence to learn and adapt to new threats, ensuring that your device is protected proactively. With its ability to detect state-sponsored Trojans, Deep Detective technology, and AI life rules for malware, you can trust that your device is protected against the latest threats.

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