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Panda Security Launches Panda Global Protection 2013 Beta With Support For Windows 8

Panda Security has launched the beta version of its comprehensive security solution Panda Global Protection 2013 with support for Windows 8. Its unique Collective Intelligence technology offers better and instant protection against all kinds of known and unknown malware threats. Collective Intelligence continuously improves protection levels by gathering information on malware from the worldwide Panda community and offers quick response to new malware attacks.


This release has a new user interface, which makes it easier than ever to use the tools included in the 2013 lineup. The new version is build on the same highly effective antivirus engine and includes firewall with WiFi security, Panda USB Vaccine, confidential information filters, backup and system recovery and PC performance tuning.

Benefits of the new Panda Global Protection 2013:
  1. New user interface look and feel, making it easier than ever to use the tools included in the 2013 lineup.
  2.  Improved antivirus engine with better detection and disinfection capabilities. 
  3.  New password manager: Encrypted password repository that protects your digital identity and allows you to log into websites with just one click. 
  4. New installer that makes installation easier and faster than ever. New feature to automatically shut down the computer after completing a scan
  5. Compatible with Windows 8 Consumer Preview, the beta version of Microsoft’s new operating system. 
  6. New system for sending questions to Tech Support. Resolve your queries faster. 
  7. Improved operating system vulnerability detection 

 Along with the beta release, Panda has also announced a beta tester contest. All participants will receive a 50 percent discount on the purchase of the final product, whereas the ten beta testers suggesting the most helpful improvements will each receive a $200 Amazon.com gift certificate.

You can download Panda Global Protection 2013 Beta from source here [via]

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