It is essential that we maintain the integrity of the network, and protect the Institute as far as possible from viruses or any other activities that could adversely effect vital services.
Whilst Institute IT services are managed locally, all Institute account holders are bound by UCL Computing Use policies.
Please note that the virus definitions do not update themselves.
In other words, to update again, you must download and run the utility once again.
This file updates your F-Secure product with the latest virus definitions.
An average of ten new viruses and spyware are found each day and the rate continues to grow.
This is the preferred method, since we then get notification of any virus infection or intrusion attempt.
F-Secure Anti-Virus has been designed to automate all key tasks required to keep your computer and data safe from viruses - it's so easy, all you have to do is install and forget about it.
For: The latest supported versions of F-Secure Anti-Virus products for Windows, F-Secure Policy Manager and Protection Service for Business Workstation Security Download and execute the fsdbupdate utility program with all databases (Antivirus, Spyware, Spam, Parental, etc) from our download server.
File integrity checksum for the latest fsdbupdate is listed in: Applicable to : F-Secure Internet Gatekeeper for Linux (version 4), F-Secure Policy Manager (version 11.x and 12.x) Download and run the utilities (and fsdbupdate9.run) from our download server.
Like many of its competitors, F-Secure released a manual updater for the virus signatures, offering a solution to updating definitions when the Internet connection is down.
The updater contains the latest definition files for various F-Secure products, including F-Secure Antivirus (for Workstation / Client security), F-Secure Internet Security and some of the business editions.
Download and execute the fsdbupate utility from our download server.