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a-squared Anti-Malware 4.5 free on Nov 11

a-squared anti-malware is a well-known computer security software. Unlike usual protection systems, it does not only check virus pattern files for known Malware but also uses behavior analysis for new or unknown infections.


By using a combination of two cutting edge malware detection tools - the a-squared Anti-Spyware, and the Ikarus Anti-Virus engine, it ensure a comprehensive protection against trojans, viruses, spyware, adware, worms, bots, keyloggers, rootkits and dialers.

The new version (v.4.5) of a-squared anti-malware includes an anti-virus, anti-trojan, anti-spyware, anti-worm and anti-dialer all in one.

It contains a disk scanner to clean infected computers as well as a background guard which blocks new infections with the signature based on Execution scanner and the behavior based Malware-IDS. It also has Cookie guard and Auto-Update.

Emsisoft giving away a free copy of a-squared anti-malware 4.5 ($40) on Nov 11 (11/11 at 11:11 (CET) - only 24h)

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