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Comodo Upgrades HackerGuardian

Makes PCI vulnerability scanning requirements simpler

Jersey City, NJ, March 23, 2010 - Comodo', a leader in online security, announces the latest version of HackerGuardian, allowing firms to meet PCI vulnerability scanning requirements more easily.

Businesses that receive, transmit, or store credit card data must perform a network vulnerability scan every quarter. Scanning identifies vulnerabilities that could be exploited by hackers to steal confidential customer information. Comodo CA Ltd. is a PCI-approved scanning vendor. With HackerGuardian, the scanning and reporting processes have been improved, allowing businesses to meet the requirements in less time-leaving them more time for their core businesses.

HackerGuardian's enhancements and new features include Overview dashboard - Enables quick access to the most common functions and information needed to manage scans Setup wizard - Engage a setup wizard at any time. The user sets up once and lets HackerGuardian run itself Simplified layout - Consolidated pages enable more function with less complexity Drilldown capability - All tables can be sorted by each field for quick sorting Additional email alert rules - Set alert options per IP/Domain or Device Quick sort tables - Sort by scan type, status, device, or even search by IP/Domain Simplified scan scheduling - Add, edit, and manage scan scheduling quicker and easier Improved device management - Set up or manage devices faster than ever HackerGuardian features already include internal network vulnerability scanning in the cloud.

For more information about the benefits of using Comodo HackerGuardian to test network security and to complete PCI DSS reporting, or to test five endpoints free, visit www.hackerguardian.com.

About Comodo Comodo is a leading brand in Internet security, covering an extensive range of security software and services, including digital certificates, PCI scanning, desktop security, online faxing, and computer technical support services.

Businesses and consumers worldwide recognize Comodo as standing for security and trust. Comodo products secure and authenticate online transactions for over 200,000 businesses and have more than 25,000,000 installations of Comodo desktop security software, including an award-winning firewall and antivirus software offered at no charge.

The Comodo family of companies is committed to continual innovation, core competencies in PKI, authentication, and malware detection and prevention. As a catalyst in eliminating online crime, the companies' mission is to establish a Trusted Internet. With US headquarters overlooking Manhattan on New Jersey's waterfront, and global resources in United Kingdom, China, India, Ukraine, and Romania, Comodo products offer intelligent security, authentication, and assurance.

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