What is a jdb file and how do I open a jdb file?
Symantec is a popular company offering anti-virus solutions for computers and this is also the company that developed JDB files. JDB files are known as Symantec Endpoint Protection Update Files because these files are used by the Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) program. The Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) program is used for the protection of computers against malware. These files contain updates about virus and spyware definitions wherein they are mainly used to update these definitions whenever there are new viruses and spyware discovered. JDB files can be downloaded from the Symantec server but the updates for firewall component of SEP clients are not provided by these files. The Symantec EndPoint Protection 12 can open JDB files. This application provides users with more advanced protection for their computers while maintaining as well as improving its performance. No matter what types of attacks attempt to wreck the computer, this application can avoid them all, whether they are viruses, malwares, spywares, etc.
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