Defender Pro, whose corporate headquarters is in New York, NY, is an antivirus software which offers two products for the home or small business computer, Defender Pro 15-1 and 5-1. Each product is good for up to three computers without any additional charge. Each product’s antivirus software updates automatically on the hour, as long as you are connected to the Internet.
Read more about the cost, features, benefits and technical support for Defender Pro 15-1 and 5-1 Antivirus Protection Service.
ZoneLabs/Checkpoint is another company we have been hearing a lot about at Identity Theft Secrets, mostly because of their ZoneAlarm product, but also because of their suite of products dealing with Internet Security.
Here’s a screenshot of what Zone Alarm Pro looks like:
Here’s our interview with John Gable from CheckPoint (which again, is the company which makes Zone Alarm). (We’ll post the transcript soon.)
One of the nice features of Internet Explorer Seven is that it has a phishing alert build right into the software. What this means is that when you’re using Internet Explorer 7, if someone has reported a site as a phishing site, that you can know about it as you’re visiting the site. It’s a nice security and social networking feature built right into the browser, and is a great deterrent, although not foolproof, way to let people help each other provide some sense of security about surfing the Internet.
Watch the video below to see an example of Internet Explorer 7’s Phishing site alert in action.