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TrustPort Unveils Two Portable Antivirus Products

TrustPort Antivirus USB Edition and TrustPort Antivirus U3 Edition secure portable media

January 26, 2009, Brno - Many people use multiple computers for work and entertainment, on a daily basis. For example one computer at home, another one in the office, and yet another in an internet caf. On each computer, they encounter different software and different user settings. It is at this point where portable solutions come in, offering the chance to carry all applications and settings on a handy flash drive. Security of portable media is entering the scene more clearly than ever before.

TrustPort company belongs among the pioneers in the field of portable security software. Both TrustPort Antivirus 2009 and TrustPort PC Security 2009 include the possibility of creating a portable USB antivirus, which can be used not only for protection of the flash drive itself but also for antivirus scan of any host computer.

TrustPort now meets halfway clients who demand antivirus software for use on a portable media but who do not plan to buy the main version of TrustPort Antivirus. New products, TrustPort Antivirus USB Edition and TrustPort Antivirus U3 Edition, entering the market, are intended exactly for these users.

"Our new products bring the so much needed mobility to the field of data protection," comments Marcela Parolkov, Director of TrustPort Sales Department. "Business partners as well as end users may look forward to superior software for unmatched prices."

TrustPort Antivirus USB Edition includes some features of the main version, like conventional scanning, heuristic analysis, sandbox test or automatic scanning of newly connected drives. It provides on-access protection of the flash drive, and on demand, it scans disks and folders of the host computer.

TrustPort Antivirus U3 Edition is designed solely for U3 smart drives. It is a special version of USB flash drive, enabling the owner to have his applications always at hand and use them on any computer with USB interface. TrustPort Antivirus U3 Edition is one of the first antivirus solutions for this platform. It differs from TrustPort Antivirus USB Edition by compatibility with U3 Launchpad program manager, being supplied on every U3 smart drive.

Both new products will be available in several localizations, like the main version of the antivirus. Users may choose between English, Czech, German, Spanish and Italian language.

----- TrustPort, Inc. is a major producer of solutions for secure communications and reliable data protection. The portfolio includes both products for individual computers and for network servers, preventing known threats and detecting new dangers.

TrustPort client-side solutions provide protection against all kinds of malware, tools for reliable encryption, electronic signature and data shredding. TrustPort server-side solutions offer advanced methods of protecting mail and web traffic of the company. The portfolio is complemented by products addressing certification, timestamps and other areas.

TrustPort, Inc. was founded in March 2008 with the detachment from the development division of AEC Ltd. It now belongs to the Cleverlance Holding, which is one of the largest enterprises in Central Europe providing solutions and services in the field of Information Technology.

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