Formjet Innovations Panda Global Protection 2010 B12GP10MB Dépliant
Enjoy total security and ensure information integrity
Global Protection 2010
New! Panda USB Vaccine
New! 5 GB Online Backup
Identity Theft Protection
Safe Internet Browsing
Collective Intelligence = Minimum Impact
Memory usage previous versions vs. Panda 2010.
Source: Internal performance testing
Panda Global Protection 2010
is the most complete
product, with everything you need to protect your computer
and information. It protects you from viruses, spyware, rootkits,
hackers, online fraud, identity theft and all other Internet
threats. The anti-spam engine will keep your inbox free from
junk mail while the Parental Control feature will keep your
family safe when using the Internet. You can also back up
important files (documents, music, photos, etc.) to a CD/DVD
or online (5GB free space available) and restore them in case
of accidental loss or damage. And thanks to the most innovative
and new detection technologies and improved Collective
Intelligence, the solution is now much faster than previous
For 20 years Panda Security has been innovating and protecting
its customers against viruses and other threats. As always, you can
rest assured that Panda products combine the best protection
technologies with the latest advances in speed and efficiency to
minimize use of your computer's resources.
with minimum impact
Protection from viruses, spyware, rootkits, hackers,
online fraud, identity theft, spam and all other Internet
Parental Control feature guaranty your family secure
use of the internet.
You can also protect all your information using the
local backup or using the 5 Gb free online backup.
Thanks to the improved Collective Intelligence
technologies and the minimum impact in your PC,
the solution is now much faster than previous versions.
Panda Global Protection 2010 includes the USB vaccine
Easiest-to-use product, lightest protection.
Enjoy total security
and ensure information integrity
Collective Intelligence = Maximum Protection
Source: WildList Zero-Day Detection by AV-Test.org.
April 2007 to December 2008.