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Download of the Day: AVG Free Edition 9.0.704

Award winning protection that's free

| Software News | Posted: Nov 11, 2009 4:56 am

Our Download of the Day today is AVG Free Edition 9.0.704.

 

AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition is trusted antivirus and antispyware protection for Windows available to download for free. In addition, the new included LinkScanner® Active Surf-Shield checks web pages for threats at the only time that matters - when you're about to click that link.

 

AVG Anti-Virus Free has these following features:

 

• Award-winning antivirus and antispyware
• Real-time safe internet surfing and searching
• Quality proven by 80 million of users
• Easy to download, install and use
• Protection against viruses and spyware
• Compatible with Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP

 

AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition is only available for single computer use for home and non commercial use.

 

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The latest version includes the following changes:

 

Changes in Version 9.0.704

 

Fixes & Improvements

 

- Core: Detection of the next modification of Virut has been added.
- Core: Fixed possible false alarm caused by improper parsing of html files.
- Core: Fixed report of broken digital signature on correctly signed files.
- Safe Search: Improved blocking of certain types of known malicious web sites.
- Safe Search: Added support for Japanese version of Yahoo!
- Update: Fixed problem with proxy detection from Opera 10 browser.

 

 

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