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NanoScan, the first online antivirus for blogs July 28, 2007

Posted by grhomeboy in Blogging, Internet Safety.
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Blog owners can now offer NanoScan, Panda Software’s new online virus scanner, to their readers. To do this, all they need to do is send an email to partners@nanoscan.com and ask for the code, which they can simply copy and paste on their web pages.

By doing this, bloggers and webmasters can offer significant added value to visitors, who will be able to keep their computers free from any active threats that might be performing malicious actions on their computers.

They can also include up-to-date stats on computers infected worldwide thanks to NanoScan’s Infex. Bloggers can choose between two options: offer data for the country the visitors come from, or show information for the country chosen by the blog owner.

To include Infex on your page, go to http://www.infectedornot.com/gadgets/

By adding these tools to their pages, bloggers offer readers significant added value.

With these launches, Panda Software takes another step forward in its commitment to the growing 2.0 community, offering its tools to the millions of bloggers.

Currently, NanoScan detects more than 1 million examples of known threats and is continually updated against new threats, with almost 2,500 new samples a day. It also detects unknown malware thanks to the Genetic Heuristic Technology.

The tool is fully compatible with Vista and works with both Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers.

Take a free trial of NanoScan’s beta version at: http://www.infectedornot.com

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