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  • Category: Antivirus / Spyware / Malware

    Facebook offers free antivirus programs

    It's really cool thing.

    As Facebook reaches 1 billion users, so the company is taking some much-needed steps to protect its members privacy and security.

    Facebook has partnered with Microsoft, McAfee, TrendMicro, Sophos, and Symantec in an effort to protect against malicious URLs, spam, phishing, and viruses.

    Facebook also introduced the Antivirus (or AV) Marketplace, where you can download a six-month license for a full version of anti-virus software, free of cost. The AV Marketplace can be accessed within the Facebook Security section of the site.

    "We believe that arming our users with anti-virus software will help empower them to stay safe no matter where they are on the web," said the company in facebook blog post.

    The social network has continuously come under fire regarding its efforts to protect its members. Facebook's new partnership is a move in the right direction, and should help to improve user experience across the platform. You can find more information about Facebook's security efforts on the Facebook Security Page
  • #8134
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    Aamir Khan

  • #8155
    Feeling very proud as a member of facebook . Really , it's a great thing facebook reaches 1 billion users in short span of time and taking responsibility to provide a security to users. In present day the facebook become one of the part of human daily activities. I hope facebook to continue in a successful way.

  • #8661
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  • #8689

    Thanks for the information, it is very interesting and helpfull for everyone.

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