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Antivirus, tune-up software geared for cloud security

31 Jul 2012

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PcVisor has unleashed what it touts as a complete system security and tune-up software for desktops, servers and notebooks. The UnBugMe SpeedSecurePRO is a cloud-based security solution in which updates are automatic and non-intrusive and do not require the permission of the user. This ensures updated fixes and patches on a continuous basis to tackle any kind of contemporary threat, noted the company.

The UnBugMe SpeedSecurePRO features an antivirus, secured firewall, antispyware, SiteAdvisor, PC tuneup & repair, memory manager, connection optimizer, data shredder and helpline support.

The UnBugMe package includes the SpeedSecurePRO—an antivirus that is powered by McAfee SAAS—and a PC TuneUp and Repair software, powered by iolo.

McAfee SaaS does not use unwanted space in the system drive. It also updates itself automatically without any notification and protects our systems against the risks of new spyware and security related issues. The tune-up software powered by iolo's System Mechanic fixes bugs and errors to keep the system running smoothly.

SpeedSecurePRO is available in stores in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Kochi. Alternatively, the software can be bought online on the company's website. The product is available in single user license packs, 3 users, 5 users, 10 users and 25 users respectively for individual and SOHO users.

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