Enterprise Applications: Microsoft Debuts ?Morro` Security Software
Microsoft Debuts -Morro' Security Software
Microsoft Security Essentials comes with certain settings configured out of the box. That includes a regularly scheduled weekly scan and automated scanning of downloaded files and attachments.
Pictured here is the user interface. When the PC requires user action, the look of the homepage will change based on the issue.
Red Light, Green Light
Similar to Windows Live OneCare, Security Essentials uses green/yellow/red color-coding to designate the security status of the users PC. A color-coded icon in the taskbar tells the user if any attention is required.
Shown here is a Microsoft alert triggered when a possible threat is detected. Threats are ranked by their seriousness, with the highest ranking called severe.
Automated scans will remove items rated severe or high by default. The user, however, can change the actions it takes by default by changing the settings.