CyberDefender (OTCBB: CDYE) recently announced that they have entered into a partnership with Offerpal Media. This partnership will allow CyberDefender to offer solutions to the user for free and incorporate new alternative solutions to protect users in social networks such as MySpace, Facebook, Xuqa, and others. Offerpal Media is a Web 2.0 company that uses its reach in social networks to generate new trials, thereby converting trial-ware users into paying customers. Offerpal has over 500 premier advertisers including Netflix, FlyCell, GameFly, Stamps.com, The Gap, Old Navy, Blockbuster, eBay, DirectTV, Discover, and Sony.
CyberDefender utilizes a fluid, threat-based distribution system of alerts and updates based on a universal threat scale, unlike other protective agents that use a manual, time-based management system. The advantage allows users to be protected during the initial infectious attacks, rather than wasting time by analyzing the threat only. CyberDefender is an all-in-one solution for a user’s whole system, while traditional “silo” technology offers different solutions for every threat.
“We are thrilled to be working with Offerpal. Using social network marketing for our new solutions opens CyberDefender to 20 million potential new users! Social networks like MySpace and Facebook are also very sticky for users as they come back again and again. This tremendous repeat traffic gives us the ability to keep the user secure, make CyberDefender a recognized brand name, and tap into an enormous potential revenue stream that is only available in these types of networking platforms,” stated CEO of CyberDefender Corporation, Gary Guseinov.
Some of the features that are offered by CyberDefender include: patent-pending internet security, automated virus threat detection, automated analysis, and universal threat management. The company’s internet security system is the only security network available today that distributes virus, spyware, and phishing protection via secure client-to-client architecture. They use the only broad spectrum risk definition system for all types of attacks: Adware Malware, Hijacking viruses, Spyware Phishing, and hacking.
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