GRISOFT announced the availability of a public beta version of AVG Internet Security 7.5, its new comprehensive anti-malware security suite. In addition to the new security suite, public beta versions for the entire AVG 7.5 computer security portfolio are available, including new products, as well as updated versions with significant improvements.

GRISOFT extends its security offerings for home and small business users in the 7.5 beta programs by adding AVG Anti-Spyware and AVG Anti-Malware, which integrates antivirus and anti-spyware features. The expanded portfolio also provides improvements in data protection, a new and unified easy to use interface, automatic updates and 24/7 free access to customer support. With products like AVG Anti-Virus, AVG File Server and AVG Email Server for GNU/Linux, and FreeBSD operating systems, GRISOFT's product portfolio is also expanded for enterprise users.

Beta versions of AVG 7.5 products are designated for compatibility testing in a large number of different hardware and software configurations in Windows XP, Windows Vista Beta 2/RC1, FreeBSD, and GNU/Linux operating systems. The feedback from the users during beta will be used to fix potential bugs as well as provide for further development of AVG products.

Beta versions of AVG products are available for testing free of charge at http://beta.grisoft.cz.

Source: http://www.net-security.org/secworld.php?id=4200
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