Become a Beta Tester for F-Secure Internet Security 2013
Article by George Norman
On 11 Jun 2012
If you’re the type of person who loves to test software applications, I have some good news from Helsinki-based security company F-Secure. The company that offers internet security, antivirus, firewall, and backup solutions announced that it’s looking for Beta testers for its upcoming F-Secure Internet Security 2013 application.

F-Secure Internet Security 2013 Beta is a security solution that’s capable of protecting PCs from spyware, viruses, identity theft, sites that could harm the user’s machine, and hacker attacks. It also has something for computer users who want to keep their children safe: it lets them decide what kind of web content their children can access.


That’s just a general presentation of what F-Secure Internet Security 2013 Beta can do – it’s an exceptionally well-prepared security tool to protect your PC from a variety of security threats. Here’s a quick look at the new features the Beta introduces.

F-Secure Internet Security 2013 Beta New Features
  • Enhanced protection – compared to previous editions, this version offers an enhanced level of protection. That’s because it comes with a renewed Deepguard, real-time protection network and other proactive methods to keep malware at bay. F-Secure Internet Security 2013 Beta’s multilayered protection is better than ever before.
  • Firewall – the Windows firewall with additional filters is used to protect your PC.
  • Better online security – the application no longer installs itself as web browser plug-in; the application is now independent from any specific browser. That translates to improved performance and better online safety.

F-Secure Internet Security 2013 Beta will work on your PC, be it powered by the now quite old Windows XP or the Consumer Preview edition of the upcoming Windows 8 operating system. You can learn more about the security application and you can register to Beta test it here.

The regular Beta warnings apply: it may not work properly, it may crash, it’s for testing purposes only, and so on. Don’t join the Beta testing program unless you understand what this entails.

Tags: F-Secure, security, F-Secure Internet Security 2013 Beta, Microsoft, Windows
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