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Quick Heal launches mobile security solutions for Android

The company is also planning to launch security solutions for Blackberry platforms shortly.

Quick Heal, the leading provider of security solutions worldwide, has launched mobile security suite for Android-based smartphones. The company is also planning to launch security solutions for Blackberry platforms shortly.

“People have gone beyond basic entertainment, ringtones and have started using mobiles for advanced applications such as email, browsing, m-commerce and banking. We plan to launch security solutions for Blackberry platforms shortly”, said Kailash Katkar, managing director and chief executive officer, Quick Heal Technologies.

Quick Heal Mobile Security for Android is a complete security solution that offers a host of features such as virus protection, call blocking, SMS blocking, anti-theft and data protection features. The automatic real-time virus and spyware scan comes with optional manual scan for installed applications. Call filtering allows users to block unwanted calls by configuring Black and White lists.

The SMS blocking feature enables silent blocking of malicious SMSs, unwanted spam SMSs and fraudulent SMSs. Data protection allows user to lock lost or stolen phones remotely and wipe the personal data remotely by sending a pre-defined SMS. This powerful product also has anti-theft feature to trace/locate a lost or stolen phone and has the capability to render the device unusable once stolen.

“With this release of security solution for Android, we plan to provide the smartphone users a very simple, easy to use, yet very powerful solution for safeguarding their phones,” said Sanjay Katkar, chief technical officer and co-founder, Quick Heal Technologies.

The company plans to offer a compelling introductory price to all the early-adopters. To know more about the product and to avail exciting offer, visit www.quickheal.com/android.

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