AOL hands out security software

Posted by   Virus Bulletin on   Aug 9, 2006

Web giant provides free Kaspersky AV to all.

From Monday, ISP leviathan AOL began providing free security software for its customers and anyone else who cares to download it. The new product, entitled Active Virus Shield, is based on Kaspersky Lab's Internet Security product, and incorporates web- and email-scanning, as well as standard on-demand and on-access functionality. The only requirement for the download is an email address.

Read about the deal here or here, and check out AOL's page about the offer.

Posted on 09 August 2006 by Virus Bulletin




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