F-Secure updates security suite

By Shaun Nichols on Sep 4, 2009 3:58 PM
Filed under Software

Unveils Internet Security 2010.

F-Secure has released the latest edition of its security software suite.

The company said that the Internet Security 2010 release would give improved protection with a smaller software footprint.

F-Secure estimates that the new version of Internet Security runs 60 percent faster with 70 percent less memory than the previous version.

Other features in the new security suite include the a new user interface, the ability to automatically diagnose and remove possible threats and a new Exploit Shield feature to help prevent attacks targeting application vulnerabilities.

"F-Secure has now responded with an improved overall experience including major performance gains and a great new user interface,"

At the same time we provide even better security with innovative new features like Browsing Protection. The result is a security product that sets new standard in safe use of the computer and the Internet.”

Reducing the installation and memory requirements of security software has become a trend within the industry recently. Vendors such as Trend Micro have cited customer feedback and the emergence of web services with helping to keep footprints down.

 
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