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Comodo Launches Internet Security 2013

CIS 2013 protects computers against viruses and malware

Clifton, NJ, January 08, 2013 -- Comodo, one of the leading certificate authorities and Internet security organizations, recently announced the release of its Internet Security 2013 software. Comodo® Internet Security 2013 (CIS 2013) delivers malware prevention that is unmatched in the industry and backed by Comodo's $500 Virus-Free Guarantee, an industry first.

CIS 2013 assures protection of computers against viruses and malware through Comodo's innovative Default Deny Protection&trade. Unlike many Internet security vendors, Comodo's solutions do not rely solely upon blacklisting known threats from executing on a computer. Blacklisting can only protect computer users from known threats and therefore cannot protect users from unknown or recent malware threats. Comodo's Default Deny Protection, however, uses a combination of firewall, antivirus, host intrusion prevention, automatic sandboxing and behavior analysis to create an nearly impenetrable shield that identifies safe, unsafe and questionable files and thereby decreases the chances a new virus can cause harm. Comodo guarantees customers with up to a $500 warranty for repair costs by an authorized Comodo representative should a PC become infected while under its protection.

"The rate at which new viruses and malware entering the market is staggering," said Melih Abdulhayoglu, Comodo's CEO and chief security architect. "Only Comodo, through its unmatched ability to prevent viruses and other malware infections from even reaching your PC, can offer consumers and businesses alike a product guaranteed to protect your PC."

CIS 2013 integrates cutting-edge technology such as Comodo's Auto Sandbox Technology&trade and Virtual Kiosk. The CIS 2013 sandbox is a virtual operating environment for untrusted programs – ensuring viruses and other malicious software are completely isolated from the rest of your computer. The new Virtual Kiosk gives you and extra level of security by allowing you to run a virtual desktop right inside of the sandbox.

Additionally CIS 2013 includes an advanced system activity utility called Killswitch and improved Firewall and Rescue Disk tools. With an intuitive user interface, Windows 8 compatibility and enhanced performance CIS 2013 sets the standard for anti-virus protection solutions.

For more information on Comodo's complete line of Internet Security products, visit: http://comodo.com/home/internet-security/free-internet-security.php

About Comodo

Comodo is a leading internet security provider. With U.S. Headquarters in New Jersey and global resources in UK, China, India, Ukraine, and Romania, Comodo provides businesses and consumers worldwide with security services, including SSL certificates, PCI scanning, desktop security, and remote PC support. Securing online transactions for more than 200,000 businesses, and with more than 35 million desktop security software installations, including an award-winning firewall and antivirus software, Comodo is Creating Trust Online®. To learn more, visit Comodo's website: www.comodo.com .

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1/21/2013 | 9:01:00 AM
re: Comodo Launches Internet Security 2013
Yup!! This product is really awesome, It is developed with multi-layered security application that keeps hackers out and personal information in. Comodo security products are emerging out tremendously and all products are designed in safe manner, Hats off to melih!!
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Sabrina,
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1/21/2013 | 7:34:32 AM
re: Comodo Launches Internet Security 2013
Good news for comodo users! I heard from lot of comodo internet security users that this internet security is very secure and powerfull!-
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