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Lavasoft Releases New Version of Ad-Aware Enterprise
(February 14, 2008)
Pioneer anti-spyware company Lavasoft today announced the release of Ad-Aware Enterprise 2.0, centralized security threat management for enterprise networks. The new version integrates a new powerful engine designed to address the growing complexities of today's spyware and malware coupled with a centralized console for IT professionals.
"Research from Gartner shows that upwards of 40% of businesses and organizations will be targeted by financially-motivated cyber crime in 2008," said Lavasoft's CEO Jason King. "The new powerful engine for Ad-Aware Enterprise 2.0 is designed to prevent the targeted companies from becoming victims, at one of the most competitive prices on the market."
Ad-Aware Enterprise 2.0 includes a customizable IT administrative console to steer network-wide management of malware detection and removal. The ease of installation and usability allows IT administrators to optimize the performance and security operations of the entire network.
New engine architecture
Based on the newest version of Ad-Aware Pro, the client-side application integrates a new, powerful engine designed to accommodate the growing complexities of malware attacks. New features offer immediate snapshots to monitor non-authorized Internet connections and active clients, central logs, and customized scan schedules for efficient use of resources.
Improved malware detection
Advanced technology provides increased malware detection including complex forms of malware and other hybrid strains often associated with viruses.
Price and availability
Ad-Aware Enterprise 2.0 is competitively priced for serious cost-conscious businesses, and includes 12 months of priority technical support and free software updates. An upgrade from the existing SE version to the new 2.0 version is free for all existing customers with a current software subscription. Prices begin at $27.50 for 10 seats with aggressive discounts for volume purchases.