Comodo’s BOClean V4.23 Gets Malware Threats Off

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<p><strong>Jersey City, N.J. &mdash; May 11</strong><br />Comodo, a global certification authority and provider of identity and trust assurance management solutions, has added a layer of online security with the release of BOClean 4.23. </p><p>This layered approach strategy is the culmination of the acquisition of BOClean from Privacy Software Corporation and further enhances the already successful malware solution. </p><p>BOClean delivers a sophisticated extra level of protection because it detects, shuts down and removes any malware that might have slipped past other installed security precautions such as firewalls.<br /><br />BOClean can be deployed on single computer or over a network and can be customized for any network or institutional situation. </p><p>The application is designed to complement traditional anti-virus solutions by checking executable files just before they run. </p><p>BOClean then consults its database of 278,000 malware signatures (which equates to nearly 2 million malware variants) and instantly kills a process if malware is detected. </p><p>In this way, BOClean delivers an extra layer of protection by catching any virus, Trojan or malware that already has eluded the other active guards a user has installed on their system.<br /><br />&quot;Adding the BOClean solution to our security suite was key in our strategy of improving the online security process through a layered approach,&quot; said Melih Abdulhayoglu, Comodo CEO and chief security architect. &quot;Aside from providing yet another critical layer of protection, we have achieved our objective to make it so user-friendly that you can simply install it and not worry about malware anymore. Feedback from our forum members has confirmed the power and ease of BOClean, and they have even shared their stories with us.&quot;</p>

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