McAfee Releases McAfee Mobile Security, Panda Releases Panda Cloud Antivirus 1.5
Article by George Norman
On 23 Jun 2011
Android, BlackBerry, Symbian and Windows Mobile users who want to keep their devices safe and protected can try a new security solution that has been released by McAfee, company that specializes in providing security software solutions for home and business users. The security solution in question is appropriately named McAfee Mobile Security. It provides real-time protection against mobile phishing and risky websites, protects against mobile viruses and spyware, and protects against data loss accidents.

“McAfee Mobile Security combines three of McAfee’s mobile core technologies: a) McAfee’s proven VirusScan Mobile anti-malware engine which has been shipped to over 100 million mobile devices, b) McAfee SiteAdvisor for Android web protection optimized for mobile devices and c) McAfee WaveSecure which allows users to back up, locate, track, lock and wipe their devices remotely via an online management portal,” commented Jan Volzke, who is responsible for product management and strategy within McAfee's Mobile Security division.

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If you would like to get McAfee Mobile Security, then you must know that it is available for download on all major app stores. You can get the security solution and try it free of charge for a trial period of 7-days. Additional information on McAfee Mobile Security is available here.

Windows users who want to keep their system safe and protected, can get the latest version of Panda Cloud Antivirus, the security software solution that is light as a feather and protects against all types of viruses. The latest version, Panda Cloud Antivirus 1.5, has been released to the public earlier this week. The team behind the antivirus explained that this latest version comes with the following improvements:

Scanning speeds have been improved dramatically.
CPU consumption has been reduced thanks to improvements in the BackgroundScan.
New graphical installer.
Ability to close the banner.
New advanced configuration options for exclusions of files by extension, Potentially Unwanted Programs and more.
Activity monitor shows scanned files and last virus detected.
Report now includes entries for Collective Intelligence cache synchronizations.


If you would like to get Panda Cloud Antivirus 1.5, you can get it here.



Tags: McAfee, McAfee Mobile Security, Panda Security, Panda Cloud Antivirus, Security, Android, BlackBerry, Symbian, Windows Mobile, Windows
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