F-Secure Unveils Internet Security

F-Secure Corporation announced today the release of Internet Security 2007

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

October 9, 2006

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- F-SecureR Corporation announced today the release of Internet Security 2007. Available for download today and available on retail shelves starting October 31st, F-Secure Internet Security 2007 makes it easier for customers to take care of the wellness of their computers and to protect their families and their most valuable digital assets. Building on F-Secure's fast response to new threats, the new product features a number of improvements in reliability of protection in the data security market.

The risk of previously unknown zero-day threats being able to do damage is greatly reduced through the new F-Secure DeepGuardT technology. Instead of just analyzing new programs once when they enter the system, F-Secure DeepGuard also will persistently monitor the behavior of software in a real-time mode, scanning for suspicious program behavior and stopping activities that might pose a risk. Competing one-time-only solutions cannot offer the same level of protection as it is possible for malicious code-writers to obfuscate, encrypt or pack the code in ways that prevent the one-time solutions from detecting it - and once the file has passed it will be free to do anything it wants.

F-Secure Corp.

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