Avast achieves ICSA Labs certification

Gracie Roberts, 2 November 2015

Avast achieves ICSA Labs certification

We’re happy to announce that Avast Free Antivirus on Windows 10 64-bit has been certified by ICSA Labs! After being tested in the ICSA Labs Anti-Virus Certification Testing Laboratory, Avast Free Antivirus on Windows 10 64-bit has satisfied the requirements for the Desktop Server AV Detection module within the Anti-Virus Corporate Certification Testing Criteria.

The Desktop Server AV Detection is targeted at antivirus products designed to protect individual desktops, laptops, or servers of individuals and businesses from malicious code infection. In order to meet all the requirements within the Desktop Server AV Detection module, antivirus products must accomplish the following things:

• Detect malware on-demand
• Detect and prevent the replication of viruses on-access
• Report no false positives
• Log the results of attempted malware detections
• Perform necessary administrative functions

About ICSA Labs

ICSA Labs is the security industry's principle antivirus product testing and certification facility. The company is a reliable source for finding which products are currently certified and also includes a collection of detailed lab reports of the tests that are conducted on the products.


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