Protect your PC

Thumb_pcc07 GET yourself some PC protection with Trend Micro’s latest Internet Security suite. The 2007 version includes the American firm’s well-known PC-cillin™ engine and anti-malware protection along with a host of new features addressing all the latest threats, including rootkits, spyware, phishing, spam, hackers, viruses, WiFi attacks, smartphone threats and the growing problem of identity theft. Unlike other security software, Trend Micro’s programs have a web-based database of known viruses and other nasties which constantly updates your PC and warns you if you are under threat. It’s like having a personal minder guarding your computer. The software also generates a mouse-click keyboard on your screen for entering passwords to stop key-loggers getting into your bank accounts.

Trend Micro general manager Lane Bess told Gadgits: “We are excited to offer this hybrid software and web-based service because increasingly mobile consumers and computer-connected families want to email, shop, share pictures, bank, browse and instant message with confidence.”

At £49.95 the product is great value because it is licensed for use on up to three computers. Gadgits has ten copies to give away. Just email us at comps@notw.co.uk, by November 7th, and tell us which American firm makes this software. (normal competition rules apply)

  • Internet shopping is expected to increase by 4 per cent during the 10-week run-up to Christmas 2006. Shoppers will spend £7 billion online, compared with £5 billion during the same period in 2005.
  • UK e-retail sales will be worth £30 billion this year. Britain's 26 million online shoppers will each spend on average more than £1,000 for the first time in 2006, and £269 in the run-up to Christmas

 

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