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Panda security software

Panda security softwarePanda Security has unveiled four new security programs Panda Antivirus for Netbooks, Panda Antivirus Pro 2010 and Panda Internet Security 2010, and Panda Global Protection 2010.

The security firm said its AntiVirus for Netbooks was specifically designed for the small low-powered laptops and offers anti-spyware, anti-phishing and anti-rootkit technology along with a firewall and an identity protection function.

Panda's Antivirus Pro 2010 builds on previous versions of the security software that protects against viruses, spyware and hackers with technology that protects against identity theft while Panda Internet Security 2010 offers the same functions as AntiVirus Pro 2010 along with 2GB of online backup space, system recovery tools and parental controls software.

Finally, Panda Global Protection 2010 bundles all of the same features with 5GB of online space.

Panda said all four of its new antivirus products use just 8MB of memory and feature USB vaccine - a program that scans any USB device attached to the computer for viruses as well as deactivating the autorun feature.

Panda Antivirus for Netbooks is priced at £29.99 for a one-year one user licence while Panda Antivirus Pro 2010 costs £29.99 for a one user annual licence and £39.99 for a three user annual licence.

Panda Internet Security 2010 is priced at £39.99 for a one-user, one-year licence or £49.99 for a three-user annual licence and Panda Global Protection 2010 costs £49.99 for a one-year, one user licence or £59.99 for a three user annual licence.

All four programs are available online from Panda now or in stores in July.

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