Panda Internet Security 2007 receives ICSALabs certification

By | September 20, 2006

Panda Internet Security 2007, the new security suite from Panda Software aimed at home users, professionals and small businesses, has received certification in the Desktop/Server Anti-Virus Detection category from ICSA Labs for its detection of security threats in Windows XP., without returning false positives.

Panda Internet Security 2007 detected 100% of viruses from the ‘in-the-wild’ list, as well as all test simples from ICSALabs, including detection of polymorphic viruses and viruses known as common infectors and which are about to be included in the Wild List. Another certification requirement of ICSALabs is that the product must also include an administration interface that allows virus detection to be enabled or disabled, and the possibility to update the signature file via the Internet. It must also allow management of the report module, which logs all incidents such as virus detections and all actions taken.

Panda Internet Security 2007 is a complete security suite that provides surefire protection for computers against Internet threats. It not only includes technologies to combat all types of viruses and spyware, but also offers anti-spam, anti-phishing, parental control, the Panda firewall and specific technology to prevent online identity theft: Identity Protect. This technology is especially designed to prevent personal and confidential data theft, giving users maximum security when they connect to the Internet.

The new security suite from Panda Software combines and integrates both proactive and reactive technologies, and includes the award-winning TruPreventTM Technologies, which act automatically against new, previously unknown threats, blocking them without the need for user intervention. Panda Internet Security 2007 has also been designed especially to avoid impact on the normal operation of the computer. It is not only optimized to reduce system resource consumption, but also to adapt to the characteristics of the PC on which it is installed and to the specific security requirements of the user.

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