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New Antivirus Company Thirtyseven4 Launches

Founder sites the economic downturn as motivation for business

MEDINA, Ohio, Jan. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Antivirus and security firm Thirtyseven4, LLC announced today the availability of its' flagship product line, Thirtyseven4 Antivirus, a five-in-one protection suite that includes antivirus, antispyware, antimalware, antirootkit and data theft protection. Thirtyseven4 seeks to protect schools, universities, libraries, businesses, governmental agencies and home users with a robust, comprehensive security product.

Assessing the financial crunch caused by the ongoing economic downturn, founder Steven Sundermeier was motivated to utilize his ten plus years as a noted security expert to bring a new advanced technology antivirus to the market at affordable prices, specifically to meet the need of educational institutions. "School districts always have to stretch their dollars, but with the current economic state and more levies failing, budgets are beyond tight. Keeping our children safe while online at school can't be an area of compromise. Our best effort has been made in our pricing to accommodate these tight budgets," said Steven Sundermeier, owner of Thirtyseven4, LLC. Low prices have been set for businesses, governmental agencies, and home users who also are feeling the financial squeeze.

In these uncertain times and with odds stacked against small businesses, Thirtyseven4, was able to leverage retail competition to acquire its furniture, equipment and other business necessities. Additionally, with unemployment near ten percent, Thirtyseven4 was able to obtain experienced business professionals, technology specialists and development easily and quickly. "With people out there losing their jobs and getting their salaries slashed, I felt compelled to do something. Not only will Thirtyseven4 create jobs, I can offer consumers a new industry leading product at a price that they can afford. For anyone out there still unable to afford antivirus protection, we're offing a free online malware scanning tool on our website that can be used to scan for known and unknown malicious software," concluded Sundermeier.

Thirtyseven4, LLC offers a 30 day evaluation license (http://downloads.thirtyseven4.com) and a free Online (http://scanner.thirtyseven4.com).

About Thirtyseven4

Born out of a desire to better connect antivirus protection solutions with premium customer support and service, Thirtyseven4, LLC seeks to protect schools, universities, businesses, governmental agencies and home-users with the best antivirus products available. Thirtyseven4 is an American company built on honesty, trust and value for the customer. Thirtyseven4 Antivirus is available online at www.thirtyseven4.com.

PRESS CONTACT: Steven Sundermeier Owner Thirtyseven4, LLC p: 877-374-7581 f: 866-561-4983 [email protected] www.thirtyseven4.com

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