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DriverFinder: McAfee SECURE Certified

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From the very start, DriverFinder has always been keen on providing users a program that’s safe to use.

To reinforce this commitment, we will be posting various certifications here form time to time to ensure you – our valued users – of the dedication we have to providing only the safest and cleanest software for your use.

!!!NEW!!! Driver Finder Version 3.7.2

DriverFinder 3.7.2Hi all! We’re excited to announce the latest version of DriverFinder (Version 3.7.2).

So… what’s new?

We’ve massively improved how you experience using DriverFinder.

  1. ┬áIt’s easier now for you to access links to our program documentation. During installation, you’ll be presented with links to our EULA, and Privacy Policy.
  2. After installation – but before running DriverFinder – you’re now able to quickly decide if you want DriverFinder to immediately run a driver scan on your PC, and if you want DriverFinder to run or launch during Windows startup.

Also, you’ll notice that we’ve put up our McAfee Safe and Secure logos everywhere on the site.

These changes have all been done to ensure we are fully compliant with the Clean Software Alliance Guidelines!

Want to download the latest version of DriverFinder now? Click Here!

NEW! Driver Finder Version 3.6.1

new-driver-finder-versionHey folks! We just released a new version of Driver Finder (version 3.6.1). So… what’s new?

UPDATE #1

Short story: We’ve made it even easier to install drivers on your PC.

Long story: Previously, drivers with the MSI extension had an Open button and you had to open that folder to get to the driver file to install it. Now, drivers with an MSI extension are shown with the Install button on Driver Finder. So you just click Install and the driver gets automatically installed on your PC.

UPDATE #2

Short story: Increased support for Windows 10 editions.

Long story: Since Microsoft kept releasing new editions to their Windows 10 OS, we modified Driver Finder so that these new editions will be properly recognized and supported. For example, if you have Windows 10 ‘Education’ edition, then you’ll see this reflected when you’re using Driver Finder.

 

Trust-Guard Logos on this Site

On the DriverFinderPro.com site, you’ve probably noticed the presence of various Trust-Guard seals or logos. You can see them of the side bar of this post too under the Safe and Secure header.
But what do these images mean?

Trust-Guard Seals = Safety and Security

The seals you see are more than just ‘decoration’ on our site. These logos further relay our commitment to you. You see these Trust-Guard logos indicate that we have deliberately subjected ourselves to 3rd part testing and verification. Let us break it down a bit for you.

The Security Verified seals means that Trust-Guard has verified that DriverFinderPro.com uses at least 128-Bit SSL Encryption on pages where private information may be entered. It has further been verified that the SSL certificate we use is issued by Verisign.

The Business Verified seal indicates that DriverFinderPro.com has undergone a rigorous identification process to ensure that it’s a legitimate company. This verification includes an Address Verification (where our address was confirmed via fax or US Mail by Trust-Guard), an Email Verification (where an email was sent to and verified received by DriverFinderPro.com), and a Phone Verification (where a phone call was placed and it was confirmed to be the company’s phone number).

The Privacy Verified seal means that Trust-Guard has checked and verified our Privacy Policy to ensure that any information shared with our site is protected.

We take safety and security seriously at DriverFinder! If you want to know more, please visit our Integrity Statement.

DriverFinder Passes 4 Anti-Virus Checks… Again!

DriverFinder is Certified by DownloadRoute.com
We subject DriverFinder to all kinds of independent security checks all the time as part of our efforts to re-assure you that the DriverFinder download is safe and secure.

This time we’d like to make special mention of the check that DownloadRoute.com did on DriverFinder. On November 1, 2011, they subjected DriverFinder not only to one but FOUR different anti-virus tools: Avira AntiVir Premium, Dr.Web antivirus, Kaspersky Anti-Virus, and NOD32 antivirus.

The results? DriverFinder download test: PASSED