Google Pack Now Serves Immunet Protect Antivirus
Article by George Norman
On 04 Feb 2011
Google Pack is a selection of Google-picked free software applications that you may want to install on your machine. It includes Google-branded products like Picasa and Chrome as well as various third party applications, Adobe Reader, Skype, and Mozilla Firefox. As the Mountain View-based search engine giant Google put it, the “software in the Google Pack helps you browse the web faster, remove spyware and viruses, organize your photos, and more.”

The news is that as of this month, Google Pack serves a security software solution called Immunet Protect Antivirus. I’ve never heard of this application and if it hadn’t been for Google, I probably never would have heard about it. I know, I should be ashamed of myself.

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The point I am trying to make here is that it just goes to show you how much of influence a big company like Google can have. Now that Immunet Protect is included in Google Pack, a lot of people are going to find out about it.

Olivier Friedrichs, Founder and CEO of Immunet, had this to say on Google picking Immunet Protect for Google Pack:

“We are really excited to announce that Google started including Immunet Protect as part of Google Pack suite of essential software. We like to think that Immunet Protect will be a good new addition to Google Pack. Our cloud and community-based approach to protecting PCs against modern malware attacks is very much in sync with Google's approach to making the internet easier to use.”

You have to know that there are two Immunet Protect versions: a Free and a Plus version.
Google Pack offers the Free version of Immunet Protect.

If you would like to get started with Google Pack, just click here.
If you would like to learn more about Immunet and Immunet Protect Antivirus, just click
here.



Tags: Google, Google Pack, Immunet, Immunet Protect Antivirus
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