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Mamutu, the behavior based malware blocker free from Gizmos

Mamutu is a behavior based malware blocker from Emsisoft, the makers of the highly regarded a-Squared anti-malware scanner, which blocks any malware before it can cause any damage to your computer.

Like other security scanner, Mamutu does not use a virus signature to recognize dangerous malware but rather on the basis of the behavior of it. This allows Mamutu to recognize new malware long before the signature databases have been updated and stop.

And also, behavior-based malware recognition is the efficient way of recognizing malware that has been built for a single specific attack.

Mamutu permanently monitors all active programs on your PC. As soon as suspicious behavior of a process is detected you receive a warning message and can react accordingly. More information….

Emsisoft offers a free 12 month license for their “Mamutu” behavior blocker exclusively to Gizmo Freeware readers. For further information visit at Techsupportalert.

[Remember that this offer expires on 11.59 PM USA PST, Monday August 24, 2009]

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