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Avira Partners with Dropbox to Bring Secure Sync and Share to Millions Around the Globe

Peace of Mind and Seamless Sync for All

Tettnang, Germany --- September 4, 2014 – Security expert Avira announced today that it has partnered with Dropbox to offer the leading cloud-based file sync and share service to millions of visitors globally that come to Avira’s website. Starting today, Avira will recommend Dropbox to new users who install Avira’s security products.

Dropbox is available in English, German, and 11 other languages where Avira has customers. New users who are downloading Avira’s security software will be given the option to download Dropbox during the installation process on their Mac or PC.

“We’re excited to partner with Avira to bring Dropbox to more people around the world. Dropbox and Avira are great complements in giving users peace of mind and keeping their most important stuff safe. Through this partnership, we’ll give Avira’s growing user base the ability to use Dropbox to easily access and share their information,” said Tom Hsieh, Head of Strategic Partnerships at Dropbox.

“With just a few clicks, Avira’s new users can have free antivirus protection across all their devices, plus the confidence in knowing that their data will be synced to every device and backed up in case of loss,” said Jason Radisson, Executive Vice President of Online at Avira. “People trust the Avira brand for security, and Dropbox offers the best user experience for secure sync and share, so this partnership is an ideal match.”

Links
· Sign up for Avira + Dropbox: http://www.avira.com/en/avira-free-antivirus
· Follow Avira’s Blog: http://blog.avira.com/en
· Find community, support and tips on social media: https://www.facebook.com/avira and https://twitter.com/avira

About Avira
Avira’s founding principle is to build the best security technologies in the world so that customers can use the Internet without fear. In pursuit of this mission, Avira today offers a full suite of completely free security applications for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android. Avira also offers premium security products for customers who want extra features and support services. Established in 1986, Avira has been successfully fulfilling its promise for more than 28 years.

Protect your pictures, passwords and credit cards with the best antivirus product on the market today. Avira has ranked #1 best malware detection by AV-Comparatives; ranked #1 in technology innovation according to ABI Research; cited by OPSWAT as the #1 fastest-growing antivirus vendor; and recommended by Consumer Reports for its free antivirus software. More than 100 million consumers and small businesses trust Avira’s award-winning detection to keep their computers, smartphones and tablets free from viruses, spyware, phishing and other malware threats. Visit http://www.avira.com.

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