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iS3 Rolls Out Version 5.0 of STOPzilla

iS3 announced the availability of STOPzilla Version 5.0

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. -- iS3, Inc., maker of the award-winning anti-spyware solution STOPzilla, today announced the availability of STOPzilla Version 5.0. The culmination of five years of experience in the anti-spyware arena, STOPzilla 5.0 offers consumers advanced detection, scanning, and phishing protection, but maintains the same ease-of-use that has been STOPzilla’s hallmark since it revolutionized computer security in 2002. STOPzilla 5.0 is available now for download at www.stopzilla.com.

“As the complexity and sophistication of online theft scams increase, consumer education becomes less effective,” said Jessica Kalish, director of corporate and technical communications at iS3. “STOPzilla has always been designed to minimize user interaction and maximize protection. Now, our methods are being emulated industry-wide. With Version 5.0, we have improved upon a superior product to provide our customers with both unparalleled security and user friendliness.”

iS3 Inc.

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