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Intego's Dual Protection Mac security products

updated 08:35 am EST, Tue January 9, 2007

Intego security packs

Intego today released two security packs from its new Dual Protection line to help Mac users protect both Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows installations. Intego VirusBarrier X4 DP is designed to protect both Mac OS X and Windows from all known viruses, while Intego Internet Security Barrier X4 Antispam Edition DP helps block malicious users, vandals, spyware, spam, and phishing attacks. Intego VirusBarrier X4 DP contains Intego VirusBarrier X4, as well as BitDefender Antivirus 10. Intego Internet Security Barrier X4 Antispam Edition DP contains Intego NetBarrier X4, Intego VirusBarrier X4, Intego Personal Antispam X4, and BitDefender Internet Security 10 with BitDefender Antivirus, BitDefender Firewall, and BitDefender Antispam.

Intego is presenting its Dual Protection product line in booth #S2338 at Macworld in San Francisco. The software is already available; Intego VirusBarrier X4, NetBarrier X4, and Personal Antispam X4 require Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later; BitDefender Antivirus requires an Intel-based Mac with Apple Boot Camp, Parallels Desktop or VMWare Fusion and requires Windows 98/NT-SP6/Me/2000/XP/Vista; BitDefender Internet Security requires an Intel-based Mac with Apple Boot Camp, Parallels Desktop or VMWare Fusion and requires Windows 2000/XP/Vista.




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