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There was a computer security company back approximately 10 years ago marketing a non-signature based antivirus & intrusion detection software package for Windows. I cannot remember the name, and haven't had much luck with google searches to find it either.

Can anyone remember the name of this product?

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This feature is called "heuristics" - trying to analyze behaviour of applications to see if it is suspicious – sinni800 Feb 1 '11 at 10:22
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Invircible

InVircible ™ is a security software package to protect personal computers and PC networks from being attacked by virus or other forms of malicious code. InVircible is based on unique and proven generic technology, that provides for its exceptional performance, without depending on updates.

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Also, there's some interesting analysis here: dmuth.org/virus/papers/vircing-the-invircible.html – Jess Sightler Feb 9 '11 at 1:13
    
@ Jess, you can edit your post to include that analysis. – Moab Feb 9 '11 at 2:56

Could it be Antivirus Plus from Iris? or EliaShim's ViruSafe?

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