Free 6 months license for Avira AntiVir Premium

January 13, 2009 · Filed Under News, Security · Comment 

News - A succession of fresh, quality news, from inside and outside of the WebAvira GmbH, the renowned German security firm which develops the Avira AntiVir antivirus, is running a special promotion in collaboration with PC Welt (the localized edition of PC World magazine) giving away to users a free 6 months license for AntiVir Premium, lately proclaimed the best antivirus of 2008 by AV-Comparatives.

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22,000 new malware samples per day, a network worm breakout and the sandbox-enabled antivirus

January 12, 2009 · Filed Under News, Security · 2 Comments 

News - A succession of fresh, quality news, from inside and outside of the WebFrom a computer security standpoint, 2008 surely has been a year of passion. Nay worse, it has been a dramatic year characterized by figures beyond any imagination, a steady hammering of new threats that has lasted till the end and that is expected to be the same or even worse during this year.

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AVIRA AntiVir is the best antivirus of the year

December 15, 2008 · Filed Under News, Security · Comment 

News - A succession of fresh, quality news, from inside and outside of the WebAre you constantly searching for a good antivirus, or better still the best antivirus currently on sale to stay away from the many dangers of that very dangerous place Internet has become? Here is a good chance: AV-Comparatives, the reference point for antimalware software testing, has proclaimed AVIRA AntiVir the winner of best antivirus of the year award.

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Internet? A very dangerous place

December 13, 2008 · Filed Under News, Security · Comment 

News - A succession of fresh, quality news, from inside and outside of the WebTrend Micro security enterprise has ranked the attack vectors exploited by the 100 most widespread malware from January to November 2008, and the results speak by themselves: among all the possible infection ways Internet is absolutely the most used (or better still abused) one by worms, trojans and other types of digital pathogenetic agents constantly hunting for victims and unprotected systems to compromise.

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