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for the week of: March 25, 2012

TitleDownloads
  1. 1.
    Avast Free Antivirus

    Antivirus Software

    1,481,647

  2. 2.

    953,322

  3. 3.

    486,822

  4. 4.
    Avira Free Antivirus

    Antivirus Software

    426,795

  5. 5.
    CCleaner

    Maintenance & Optimization

    418,069

  6. 6.
    RoboForm

    Password Managers

    69,939

  7. 7.
    Hotspot Shield

    Encryption Software

    66,373

  8. 8.

    36,956

  9. 9.

    31,482

  10. 10.
    Anvi Smart Defender

    Anti-Spyware

    26,868

See all most popular software

for the week of: March 25, 2012

Title Release date
  1. 1. Person To Person Mar 30

    Encryption Software

  2. 2. Password Protector 2012 Mar 30

    Password Managers

  3. 3. Spyware nurse Mar 30

    Anti-Spyware

  4. 4. Trend Micro Virus Controlled Pattern File Mar 30

    Antivirus Software

  5. 5. Remove PowerPoint Password to Modify Mar 30

    Encryption Software

  6. 6. SterJo Portable Firewall Free Mar 30

    Firewall Software

  7. 7. SterJo Portable Firewall Pro Mar 30

    Firewall Software

  8. 8. Efficient Password Manager Pro Portable Mar 29

    Password Managers

  9. 9. Efficient Password Manager Pro Mar 29

    Password Managers

  10. 10. Ultimate ZIP Cracker Mar 29

    Encryption Software

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for the week of: March 25, 2012

Title
  1. 1.
    CCleaner

    Clean up junk files and invalid Registry entries.

  2. 2.
    RoboForm

    Reduce multiple passwords to one single item.

  3. 3.
    Trend Micro HijackThis

    Scan your Registry and hard drive for spyware.

  4. 4.
    Norton AntiVirus 2012

    Stop online threats without slowing down your PC.

  5. 5.
    PC Tools AntiVirus Free

    Detect and clean thousands of threats.

  6. 6.
    ThreatFire AntiVirus Free Edition

    Protect your PC against viruses, rootkits, buffer overflows, and malware.

  7. 7.
    Norton Internet Security 2012

    Surf, bank, and shop online without interruption.

  8. 8.
    Norton 360

    Surround yourself with protection from viruses, spyware, fraudulent Web sites, and phishing scams.

  9. 9.
    WinPatrol

    Learn more about programs running on your system and be notified to any critical system changes.

  10. 10.
    Super Ad Blocker

    Block all forms of advertising, including pop-ups, Flash ads, and banner ads.

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Latest Security News

Stay on top of antivirus product reviews, malware alerts and industry news.

The new Home landing screen for Ad-Aware 10. It doesn't look much like the old one.

Meet the new Ad-Aware, nothing like the old

Ad-Aware is a name that many longtime Windows watchers will recognize, but that’s about all that remains from previous versions as it gets a stern-to-stem overhaul.

Posted by Seth Rosenblatt on Mar 28 2012

ESET analyzes the Office-based Trojan threat for OS X

Security company ESET watches the newly found Trojan for OS X establish connections and receive commands to steal information.

Posted by Topher Kessler on Mar 28 2012

New exploit uses old Office vulnerability for OS X malware delivery

While this means of exploiting Mac systems via Microsoft Office is old and has been patched, this marks the first time Office documents have been used to exploit OS X systems.

Posted by Topher Kessler on Mar 27 2012

AVG now blocks tracking ads, monitors Wi-Fi connections

A mid-season update from AVG prevents ad networks from “following” you around the Web and protects you from fake Wi-Fi connections.

Posted by Seth Rosenblatt on Mar 25 2012

Detecting and removing the Flashback malware in OS X

The Flashback Trojan’s latest iterations have evolved to infect Macs in different ways, but there are methods to detect and remove them.

Posted by Topher Kessler on Mar 23 2012

DNSChanger Working Group Cleanup page

Detect and prevent today’s sophisticated malware threats

Internet thieves are more organized and more technically savvy than ever before as they concoct insidious software designed to let them separate you from your valuables. Users and ISPs must work together to keep them at bay.

Posted by Dennis O’Reilly on Mar 20 2012

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