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Vector security has been around for quite some time.
Its not new technology, it has been used by many companies including Microsoft and Apple.
But it’s not the same as the Microsoft Vector security technology, which is now used by Google, Yahoo and other companies.
We looked at some of the key features of Vector security, from the key points to the benefits and drawbacks of using it.
Vector is a ‘universal’ technology vector security technology is designed to provide protection for a set of applications.
For example, if your computer is compromised it will protect against viruses and other threats, while a single application could be targeted by malicious code.
There are two key features that make Vector security particularly important.
First, the Vector security platform is designed for wide-scale deployment and the application is designed with ease of use in mind.
The vector platform works in a similar fashion to Windows 8, with the following key features: Windows 8’s Start menu.
Users can start and run their applications in the background.
There is no desktop menu and applications can be installed on a desktop with just a single click.