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Grisoft has cemented its entry into the anti-spyware market, with the launch of ewido anti-spyware 4.0.

The Czech Republic-based security vendor swallowed up ewido back in April, as it sought to expand its offering beyond AV and firewall.

It claims the new package is the first to offer “a powerful combination” of features such as generic unpacking of compressed malware, true memory scanning, heuristics and the use of binary signatures. If all that is a bit much, it also offers users the chance to “manually inspect” their PCs for suspicious activities.

Pricing starts at $29.95 for a single user through to $991.95 for 100. ewido bundled with Grisoft’s AV software starts at $44.95 for a single user license.®

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