KIS 2013 and WoW Come Together for One Low Price
Article by George Norman
On 07 Feb 2013
Kaspersky Lab was glad to announce that this holiday season its Kaspersky Internet Security (KIS) 2013 product will be bundled with Blizzard Entertainment’s popular MMO role playing game World of Warcraft (WOW). Customers from select regions will be able to enjoy the fun the award-winning game has to offer and at the same time enjoy the world-class level of security KIS 2013 has to offer.

Kaspersky Lab, security company that needs no introduction, made a very interesting announced at the start of this month. What the company announced is that starting this holiday season you will be able to get a properly good security product and an incredibly popular game for one low price.

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You see, Kaspersky Lab and Blizzard Entertainment are working on a software bundle that comprises the KIS 2013 security solution and the world’s #1 subscription-based MMO (massively multiplayer online) role-playing game World of Warcraft. The two companies want to offer the bundle for the regular KIS 2013 retail price to customers in the following countries: Romania, the Czech Republic, Hungary, the Middle East, Turkey, South Africa, and Spanish-speaking Latin America.

“Cybercrime is no longer just about stealing passwords to bank accounts or annoying us with spam. It has become a serious issue for gamers. According to our research, every day up to 7,000 online gamers worldwide* come across malicious programs designed to steal their passwords,” said Sergey Golovanov, Malware Expert at Kaspersky Lab. “Gamers should take responsibility for securing themselves against possible threats. Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 is the latest edition of our proven security software, and offers gamers a reliable defensive tool against cyber-threats.”

“Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 understands what gamers need. It has a special ’Game Mode’ which, when activated, postpones resource-hungry processes to free up processor power for smooth gaming,” added Peter Aleshkin, Senior Consumer Marketing Manager at Kaspersky Lab Emerging Markets. “Plus, it doesn’t distract you with notifications if you choose a full-screen mode while gaming; but it never stops protecting you and your gaming experience.”




Tags: Kaspersly Lab, Kaspersky Internet Security, KIS 2013, World of Warcraft, WoW, Blizzard Entertainment, game, security, MMO
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