EPL Intros LinkScanner 2.5

LinkScanner 2.5 runs under Vista, extends SearchShield support to Firefox users

February 5, 2007

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ATLANTA -- Exploit PreventionLabs (http://www.explabs.com), a leading developer of safe surfing software forprotection against web-based exploits, today unveiled at the RSA Conference in SanFrancisco the latest in its LinkScanner product line with support for Windows Vistaand the Firefox web browser. With the new platform and browser support,LinkScanner now provides the industry's broadest and most effective protection againstmalicious web sites, phishing, social engineering and other web-based exploits. LinkScanner ProT is a $19.95 Windows application that provides real-time,automatic protection against malicious web sites, drive-by downloads and othercrimeware exploits encountered through search engine results, hyperlinks, andmanually-entered URLs.

LinkScanner Lite is a free application that provides InternetExplorer and Firefox users with real-time scanning of Google, MSN and Yahoo searchresults for web-based threats, as well as on-demand scanning of individual links.LinkScanner Online provides a free on-demand service for scanning individual links."Vista is the most secure Windows operating system Microsoft has produced,yet it remains vulnerable to exploits, as recent proof-of-concept exercises have

demonstrated," said Roger Thompson, co-founder and CTO of Exploit Prevention


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