From the Wires
Agnitum Unveils Milestone Outpost 8 Protection and Offers Lifetime Antivirus Updates
The Outpost Pro 8 Security Product Line Boasts a Totally Redesigned Interface, Windows 8 Support, and Security Enhancements; The Company Is Also Offering Lifetime Licenses for 3 PCs, With Unlimited Antivirus Updates and Software Upgrades, for the Price of
By: Marketwired .
Dec. 17, 2012 05:30 AM
ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/17/12 -- Agnitum, the PC security experts and developer of the Outpost range of security products, today announces the availability of its latest product line -- Outpost 8. The new Windows 8-ready Outpost Security Suite Pro (OSS), Outpost Firewall Pro (OFP) and Outpost Antivirus Pro (OAV) offer significant usability improvements and additional security functionality. Hand-in-hand with this official release, Agnitum making available a limited-time special offer for its all-in-one and standalone firewall solutions: lifetime licenses for three computers for only $59.95 and $49.95 respectively. The offer is valid until midnight on December 31, 2012.
The lifetime license ensures that Outpost users have the opportunity to enjoy unlimited antivirus updates and product upgrades for the lifetime of the product. Following its "pay once and stay protected for life" promise, Agnitum has waived the expiration date on Outpost protection and is declining to capitalize on renewals.
"Outpost 8 is one of the most important milestones for Agnitum since its incorporation in 1999. A product that is widely known, used and valued by geeks and security professionals alike is now entering the mass market. We have made the products simpler to use but still with the same robust level of security and protection," comments Agnitum's CEO Mikhail Zakhryapin. "To celebrate this milestone, we are also making the unique lifetime license offer. You pay $59.95 for the Security Suite product once and get ALL updates, including virus definition updates, for life."
The all-in-one Outpost Security Suite, Agnitum's flagship product, provides antivirus protection strengthened with firewall and proactive protection mechanisms. The combination of technologies ensures bullet-proof resistance to zero-day threats and immediate detection of any suspicious activity, as well as handy tools for secure web surfing.
The new product line -- Outpost 8 -- offers:
While most antivirus vendors tend to overlook 64-bit security, as was explicitly demonstrated in the recent Matousec.com tests among other industry commentators, Agnitum goes the extra mile for 64-bit system users and delivers protection tailored to their needs.
Between now and midnight on December 31, 2012, users can purchase a lifetime three- PC-license for Outpost Security Suite Pro for the price of one year license -- $59.95. $49.95 will buy an equivalent license for the standalone Outpost Firewall Pro. Users will find more information on functionality and pricing on Agnitum's website.
Founded in 1999, Agnitum Ltd. (www.agnitum.com) has been committed to delivering and supporting high-quality, easy to use security software for over a decade. Agnitum's commercial solutions for the home market are Outpost Firewall Pro and Outpost Antivirus Pro, securing personal and family computers; and Outpost Security Suite -- an all-in-one Internet security solution. Dedicated to global e-security, Agnitum also offers free versions of Outpost Firewall and Outpost Security Suite to secure users' system, network connections and critical data. Outpost Network Security ensures centrally-manageable endpoint protection and reliable performance for SMBs, and Outpost Antivirus Service provides antivirus protection via monthly subscription to 150,000 ISP subscribers. Agnitum technologies benefit more than 400 million users around the world under different brands.
For more information and to request review copies of Outpost Pro, please contact:
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