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Kaspersky Debuts Vista Support

Kaspersky Lab announced availability of the beta version of Maintenance Pack 2 for both KAV 6.0 and KIS 6.0

WOBURN, Mass. -- Kaspersky Lab, a leading developer of Internet security solutions that protect against viruses, spyware, hackers and spam, today announced availability of the beta version of Maintenance Pack 2 for both Kaspersky® Anti-Virus 6.0 (KAV) and Kaspersky® Internet Security (KIS) 6.0, a key component which includes full support for the Vista operating system. Since the launch in May 2006, both Kaspersky Lab consumer products have been exceptionally well received. Now users choosing to move to the new Vista operating system will be able to seamlessly upgrade while leveraging the high quality protection and industry’s fastest response time they have come to enjoy from Kaspersky.

“Many of our users have expressed interest in Vista, and we are providing a clear path for them to do so securely with Kaspersky,” said Steve Orenberg, president, Kaspersky Lab, Inc. “Customers can confidently continue to enjoy the market’s leading response time and protection from Kaspersky regardless of which operating system they choose.”

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