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G Data CloudSecurity Offers Free Real-time Protection From Malware and Phishing Attacks

The popular German security software developer G Data has released a free security solution called CloudSecurity which offers real-time protection from malware and phishing attack from malicious websites. It is available as a plug-in for Firefox and Internet Explorer and blocks accessing any known malware distribution and phishing websites.

CloudSecurity can be used alongside any antivirus software and may help you to prevent malware infection via internet, especially suitable for those who use free security solutions, because such protection may not available with such programs.


After installation, you will see a G Data CloudSecurity button in your browser (You may need to enable it from add-on manager) as shown above. From this button you can enable or disable (at your own risk) the protection.

The plug-in requires no additional configuring and update after installation. G Data CloudSecurity can be downloaded (6.5Mb) at source here.

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