Sana, PlumChoice Team on Malware

Sana Security announced an agreement with PlumChoice to help rid home and small office users' PCs of malicious software

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

July 17, 2007

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SAN MATEO, Calif. -- Making further progress in the battle against computer malware, Sana Security, Inc., the leading behavioral security software company, today announced an agreement with remote PC services leader PlumChoice ( to help rid home and small office users’ PCs of bots, Trojans, rootkits and other malicious software. PlumChoice’s technicians will use the latest version of Sana’s flagship Primary Response SafeConnect to eliminate malware infections as part of their Spyware & Virus Removal remote service option, as well as recommend other Sana products to their customers for continuous protection against both known and unknown malware.

“Putting our advanced malware detection and removal technology in the hands of PlumChoice’s support experts offers a compelling solution to the malware problem, speeding the ‘search and destroy’ of even the most complex and stealthy malware from customers’ machines and preventing it from returning,” said Don Listwin, CEO for Sana Security. “Teaming with PlumChoice gives us incredible new reach into retail and alternative distribution channels to solve a host of customer problems.”

Sana Security Inc.

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