NetQin Introduces Mobile Antivirus V4.0 For Symbian S60 3rd & 5th Edition

By November 21st, 2010 AT 6:53 PM

NetQin Introduces Mobile Antivirus V4.0 For Symbian S60 3rd & 5th EditionNetQin has come up with Mobile Anti-virus V4.0 for Symbian S60 3rd and 5th edition mobile devices .

The latest version is designed to keep mobile devices safe from viruses, while preventing information leakage and backing up valuable contacts.

The new version also features state of the art virus protection, cross-platform contact backup, “Anti-lost” phone protection, and anti-eavesdropping features to prevent privacy leakage.

The “Anti-lost” feature of NetQin Mobile antivirus V4.0 runs with remote control-like functions, providing worldwide protection for financial losses and privacy leakage.

The latest version also comes with account protection feature which prevents account information (Ebank accounts, stock account, IM accounts, etc) from leaking and features realtime protection.

It also prevents any sort of eavesdropping on calls.One can also download the same from http://www.netqin.com/en/antivirus/

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How can i update my netqin anti vir through airtel prepaid sim

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good software

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