Quick Heal wins its 35th VB100% award
Quick Heal Technologies (P) Ltd. is proud to inform that Quick Heal has received Virus Bulletin's acclaimed VB100% award for successfully detecting all the viruses "In-The-Wild" during comparative testing of AntiVirus products. This is the 35th VB100% award secured by Quick Heal and the 6th on Linux platform.
This test was conducted on Ubuntu Linux Server Edition 10.04.1 LTS i386 and its review is published in February 2011 issue of Virus Bulletin magazine, UK.
"Day by day, there is a rapid change in the security landscape. There is an increase in number and complexity of malwares daily. In spite of that Quick Heal strives hard to protect its customers from the deadliest and ever increasing number of malwares. The achievement of Quick Heal in such stringent test is the result of dedicated and sincere efforts by the entire Quick Heal team and the encouragement given by our customers and well wishers. The consistency in the quality of the products and services has increased the faith of our users in our company. We will take all measures to maintain this faith" says Sanjay Katkar, CTO, Quick Heal Technologies (P) Ltd.
For more information on Quick Heal Technologies, visit www.quickheal.com.
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