REVE Virus Signature Updates can be used to update REVE Antivirus, Internet Security and Total Security to the latest definitions, in order to keep computers safe from the newest malware threats.
While it’s possible to update the virus definitions from the interface of the programs, this package is ideal for running the update on computers which don’t have a working Internet connection and are prone to malware attacks via the local network or unknown, external flash drives plugged into the PC, for example.
The virus definitions package is fairly large (over 200MB) and requires no kind of input on your behalf. After double-clicking the downloaded .exe, it briefly brings up a Command Prompt window, autodetects your REVE installation, and applies the malware signatures. No confirmation message is shown at the end of the task, so you have to check out the signatures within the REVE interface to find out if the patch was applied successfully.
REVE Virus Signature Updates doesn’t correctly identify REVE copies, however, since it doesn’t draw your attention if you’re attempting to set it up on computers that don’t already have REVE Antivirus, Internet Security and Total Security installed. What it does is update some files in the ModulesEngine path, including bdnc.ipv4.