Jun 01

A few years back, Wayne Huang started to do some researches on his own and then with the help of his brother whose name is Matt Huang he decided to run it as a business research. This was when he actually launched the Armorize. This became the third generation anti-malware in Asia.

After serving the Asia countries, they are ready to conquer United States. The main base is at Taipei now adding a branch at San Francisco. With the exploration, Armorize is announcing that they have its new version of cloud-based service that cleans some malicious web sites hidings.

The company has realized that the malware will be present for a long time to come and the company will have a lot of work to prevent these worms from affecting the many sites that are present online.

Malware programs causes you harm. Malware includes viruses, worms, and Trojan Horses. These malwares comes with hidden agenda. These comes with downloads or advertising called malvertising. Of course, no one could detect when you are affected by malwares unless to be checked by a good source of anti-malware software. An example of that is Armorize.

A good example of a company that has been a victim of malware ads is New York Times September 9, 2009. Even the large companies like Google and Yahoo do not know that they are affected with malwares.

Over 200,000 web sites were cast an eye over and the result was one percent have a malware download affected. Now, Armorize is introducing the HackAlert 3.0 to United States after delivering services to Asia. Dasient is founded by Googlers that also detects malicious software in competition with Armorize. Because of wide problem about malwares, McAfee also agreed on a partnership with the company Adgregate on identifying malware by scanning service on advertisements. IT Support

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