The McAfee Anti-Malware Engine, a core component of the McAfee Endpoint and Gateway products, uses patented technology to analyze potentially malicious code to detect and block Trojans, viruses, worms, adware, spyware, and other threats.
New planned schedule
5900 Engine Beta 3 – January 17, 2017
VirusScan Command Line 6.1.0 products Beta 3 – by January 21, 2017
Release Candidate (RC) packages of 5900 Engine and VirusScan Command Line 6.1.0 products – mid-February 2017
5900 Engine (Elective download) general availability (GA) and VirusScan Command Line 6.1.0 products GA – late February 2017
5900 Engine (AutoUpdate) GA – late April 2017
New features in the 5900 Anti-Malware Engine
The 5900 Anti-Malware Engine is a yearly Engine release that will succeed the current 5800 Engine and includes the following improvements:
Detection and Performance Enhancements:
Improved support for Microsoft Office (OLE) file format.
Improved unpacking of Dotfuscator and MPRESS packed files.
Enhancements to DAT content to improve predictability of content processing.
New Platform Support
Windows 10 Anniversary Update
Windows Server 2016
Where are the Beta/RC Packages available?
They are available from the Engines area of the McAfee Enterprise Beta site: http://www.mcafee.com/us/beta/public-betas/engines/5900-anti-malware-engine.aspx
For complete information about the 5900 Anti-Malware Engine, see KB66741: https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB66741
Source : mcafee-antivirus-setup.com
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