Intego: Win a T-Shirt, and Other Related News
Article by George Norman
On 29 Apr 2011
Intego, company that specializes in providing security solutions for Macs, is giving 5 VirusBarrier X6 users the chance to win a cool T-shirt. All you have to do is take this survey and let Intego know what you think about VirusBarrier, the security software solution that keeps Mac users safe and secure, the security software solution that has been voted Best Mac Antivirus product as part of the 2011 About.com Reader’s Choice Awards. Out of all the people who take the survey, Intego will pick 5 at random and give them a cool Intego T-shirt.

That is the first Intego-related news I wanted to let you know about. Let’s move on to a few others, shall we?

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The second news is that Intego has recently updated its free Mac antivirus and antimalware program VirusBarrier Express to version 1.1. This latest version comes with an improved and simplified malware definition update system. And more to the point, malware definitions are updated at least once a month, for free. All VirusBarrier Express users have to do to update the malware definitions is click a button.

If you would like to get VirusBarrier Express, the free security software solution based on VirusBarrier X6’s award-winning technology, you can get it from the Mac App Store here.

The third news is that Intego has rolled out a new product that protects against Mac and Windows malware, malicious scripts, and other security threats. This new product is called VirusBarrier Plus and is available for purchase on the Mac App Store here. To celebrate the launch of VirusBarrier Plus, Intego is offering the product for just $7.99 (limited time offer).

“VirusBarrier Plus detects Mac and Windows malware, so Mac users are protected, and so they don’t pass on infected files to friends and colleagues using Windows or other operating systems. It also protects against PDF malware, Flash malware, Linux malware, keyloggers, hacker tools, and malicious scripts (PHP, Perl, Javascript, shell scripts and more). VirusBarrier Plus also lets advanced users run malware scans from the command line, using the Mac OS X Terminal application, to scan all the files on their Macs,” explained Intego.

And with the 4th news we return to VirusBarrier X6, we come full circle. The news is that the MacLegion 2011 Spring Bundle has been released. Available for $49.99 for a limited time period, the bundle features utilitarian apps that offer lasting value for power users – VirusBarrier X6 is among those apps. If you were to pay full price for the 10 apps included in the bundle you would have to pay more than $500.



Tags: Intego, Security, VirusBarrier X6, VirusBarrier Express, VirusBarrierPlus, MacLegion
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