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New anti-virus software combines protections

  Faronics announced today the release of Faronics Anti-Virus, malware protection that combines anti-virus, anti-spyware, and anti-rootkit technology
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 Faronics announced today the release of Faronics Anti-Virus, malware protection that combines anti-virus, anti-spyware, and anti-rootkit technology to provide a coordinated, pre-emptive response to advanced malware. Faronics Anti Virus integrates with system restore solution Faronics Deep Freeze to apply anti-virus updates while computers are protected in a frozen state.

 A trial version of Faronics Anti-Virus can be downloaded at www.faronics.com.

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