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BitDefender Partners With S.N. Safe&Software

S.N. Safe&Software to use BitDefender's antivirus engine to power its product line

BUCHAREST, Romania " December 10, 2009 " BitDefender, an award-winning provider of innovative anti-malware security solutions and S.N. Safe&Software, a multinational software development company offering new standards of protection against malware, have entered into an agreement for S.N. Safe&Software to use BitDefender's antivirus engine to power the Safe'n'Sec product line.

BitDefender's anti-malware technology provides advanced protection to users worldwide and is at the heart of BitDefender's as well as many BitDefender OEM partners' products. In reviews and demanding comparison tests, BitDefender's antivirus engine routinely scores among the best with the highest detection rates and lowest false positive rates.

"When developing our new approach to computer security, we clearly wanted to use the best possible technology to help us to provide the highest level of protection and confidence to our customers," said Michael Kalinichenko, S.N. Safe&Software's General Manager. "Partnering with BitDefender to use their anti-malware technology allows us to focus on the unique capabilities of the Safe'n'Sec product while at the same time adding the reliability and value that BitDefender's antivirus engine brings to the market."

"We are excited to have a company like S.N. Safe&Software to join our fast growing OEM and technology partner program and integrate our industry-leading anti-malware technology into their innovative security solutions said Peter Laakkonen, BitDefender's General Manager of OEM and Technology Licensing. "This agreement allows us to further expand the reach of our proven technology to S.N. Safe&Software and their customers around the world."

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About BitDefender'

BitDefender is the creator of one of the industry's fastest and most effective lines of internationally certified security software. Since its inception in 2001, BitDefender has continued to raise the bar and set new standards in proactive threat prevention, emerging as the industry's anti-malware innovator. Every day, BitDefender protects tens of millions of home and corporate users across the globe — giving them the peace of mind of knowing that their digital experiences will be secure. BitDefender solutions are distributed by a global network of value-added distribution and reseller partners in more than 100 countries worldwide. More information about BitDefender and its products are available at the company's security solutions press room. Additionally, BitDefender's http://www.malwarecity.com provides background and the latest updates on security threats helping users stay informed in the everyday battle against malware.

About S.N. Safe&Software Ltd.

S.N. Safe&Software Ltd. was founded in 2006 by group of independent investors and since 2006 is successful in selling Safe`n`Sec complex computer protection system in Russia and abroad. The company has got more than 20 Safe`n`Sec distributors worldwide. In 2009 the company finalized a venture deal with Troika Dialog in which S.N. Safe&Software received several million dollars of financing from a venture fund managed by Troika Dialog Asset Management. http://www.safensoft.com

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