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Dr.Web Mobile Security Suite For Free (Limited Offer)

As in a PC, a Smartphone has also needed a good security suit to protect your privacy and security. There are few free mobile antivirus programs like Lookout that give decent protection for your phone, however, if you are looking a commercial mobile security with little more features, here is a chance to get Dr.Web Mobile Security Suite for free.

 Dr.Web Mobile Security Suite supports mobile devices running Symbian OS, Windows Mobile, and Android and offers real-time antivirus and anti-spam protection.

Following are key features of Dr.Web Mobile Security:
  • High-speed scan
  • Reliable resident protection
  • Scan of files received over GPRS/Infrared/Bluetooth/Wi-Fi/USB-connection or while synchronizing with a PC
  • Protection from unwanted incoming calls and SMS
  • On-demand scan of the entire file system or of separate files and folders
  • Scan of ZIP, SIS, CAB, RAR, JAR archives, etc (Full features here)
About the free offer: Dr.Web is giving away free license to all of you from 18 March 2011 until 30 April 2011. Interested readers visit here for details.


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