Why a Version Update? Other companies may hold their new security features for the next year’s major launch, but not Lavasoft – we’re going to give them to our users as we develop them, so they benefit with a boost to their online protection now!» Read more
The most comprehensive bundle for home users named Norton 360 gets into the 4th level. We use beta version yet, which discloses the way the program is heading and we can now see the implementation of new facilities.» Read more
Kaspersky UK has another fantastic offer. Working in partnership with SugarSync, Kaspersky are offering 2GB of SugarSync file backup for FREE when any Kaspersky Internet Security product is purchased. Keep your computer safe from cyber threats and all your files backed up and in sync.» Read more
Stop viruses, spyware and other malicious software! – We detect more than others.» Read more
Aiming to offer customers enhanced security, on November 2, 2009, SourceTec has announced the release of new version of Sothink SWF Decompiler (Windows version). The SWF Decompiler Win 5.3 is enriched with lots of new features and improvements focused around improving stability and user experience, which turns into one of the most complete solutions for Flash fans that want to decompile SWF to FLA or FLEX project.» Read more
Emsi Software will be offering FREE one year license for their product ‘a-squared Anti-Malware’ during 24 hours on the 11th of November 2009, starting from 11:11 A.M. (CET). This premium security software was ranked Number 1 on PC Security Labs anti-virus test and was the winner of The 2009 Epsilon Award by the European Shareware Conference.» Read more
Level Up! hosts and distributes two Massively Multiplayer Online Role playing Games (MMORPG) titles in the Philippines: Ragnarok and Oz world. Both games are among the most popular in the country, with Level up! among the first companies to enter the now hotly contested online games market.
Early on, Level Up! realized that it had to protect its gaming network infrastructure, which serves some 1 million subscribers.
Complicating the security picture: Of the million subscribers, 31 per cent are users who play from home and 42 per cent long on from Internet cafes. About 23 per cent of users play games from both locations.» Read more