Right on the heels of our previous release, OPSWAT is pleased to announce that we have just made a new version of AppRemover available with a few notable improvements. This update is available for download at www.appremover.com
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – October 28, 2008 – OPSWAT, Inc., the leading provider of endpoint security integration technologies, today announced that Kaspersky Lab, a leading developer of secure content management solutions, has achieved successful OESISOK certification of its new personal products Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2009 and Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 by OPSWAT.
San Francisco, Calif., – December 17, 2008 – OPSWAT, Inc., the leading provider of endpoint security integration technologies, today announced the launch of AppRemover™, a lightweight package that enables a complete uninstall of many antivirus and antispyware applications. Designed with simple, easy-to-use controls, AppRemover is a valuable tool for end users, system administrators, antivirus and antispyware vendors and support solution vendors that want to ensure seamless removal of endpoint security applications.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA., April 11, 2009 – OPSWAT, Inc., the leading provider of endpoint security integration technologies, today announced that Panda Security for Desktops and Panda Managed Office Protection have obtained OESISOK certification in the antivirus and antispyware and firewall categories respectively. This certification by OPSWAT, Inc., indicates that both Panda Security products integrate easily and completely with market-leading network devices.
The OESISOK certification has several stages:
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – August 10, 2009 – OPSWAT, Inc., the leading provider of endpoint security integration technologies, today announced that Kaspersky Labs, a leading international developer of Internet threat protection solutions has completed the OESIS OK certification program. This certification provides Kaspersky prospects and customers with independent verification that Kaspersky products operate seamlessly within a network’s existing connectivity framework.