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Avast Antivirus 6.0 Available For Download

After a brief beta test, Avast has released final version of its popular antivirus program Avast 6. Besides the regular antivirus and anti-spyware protection, the new Avast 6.0 has included few more new features such as AutoSandbox, WebRep, site blocking, etc, in order to ensures your security further.

AutoSandbox lets you run suspicious applications automatically in a safe, secure environment without the risk of any damage being caused to your system.

avast! WebRep feature provides you with information about the content and security of websites that you visit based on ratings provided by the avast! user community.

avast antivirus 6.0 comprises three products - avast! Free antivirus 6.0, avast! Pro antivirus 6.0 and avast Internet Security 6.0. Below is the comparison table.

You can download Avast 6.0 at source here [via]


  1. Thanks for this early info about my favorite Antivirus!


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