Panda Security 2010 Line Compatible with Windows 7
Article by George Norman
On 26 Oct 2009
If you want to keep your computer protected from all the nasty threats lurking around online, there is one golden rule that you must follow: use genuine, legitimate security software applications. There are plenty of rogues out there and they all claim to be able to detect and remove malware – but they make these claims to fool you into downloading the rogue onto your machine. Once downloaded and installed, the rogue will scare you into thinking your system is infected or under attack; to remove the infection or to block the attack it will ask you to purchase a full version, license, or register the product.

Symantec, company that specializes in providing antivirus, antispyware, and internet security software solutions, has uncovered that for the top 50 rogue scams out there, about 93% of all installations were initiated by the user. The user was tricked into thinking the rogue could provide protection against viruses, spyware, Trojans and other malware types. So once again, do not fall for this type of scam.


Now that Windows 7 has become generally available (GA), it needs to be protected from all the threats that target the Windows operating system. In this regard you could use any product from Panda’s 2010 product line: Panda Cloud Antivirus Free Edition, Panda Antivirus for Netbooks, Panda Antivirus Pro 2010, Panda Internet Security 2010 and Panda Global Protection 2010. The whole product line is compatible with Windows 7, the company recently announced.

“Thanks to Collective Intelligence, Panda’s exclusive cloud-computing technology, the company’s 2010 solutions leverage the knowledge gathered from the community of millions of Panda users around the world. Each new file received is automatically classified within six minutes and the Collective Intelligence servers classify more than 50,000 new malware samples every day. These technologies correlate information on malware received from each computer to continuously improve the protection level for the worldwide community of users. Panda’s 2010 solutions have continuous, real-time contact with this vast knowledge base allowing the company to offer users the fastest response against the new malware that appears every day,” commented Panda Security.

If you would like to get a security software application from the Panda 2010 product line, please click here.

Tags: Microsoft, Windows, Windows 7, Security, Panda, Panda 2010
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