Download Outpost Internet Security Suite FREE

Windows users now have another free complete security suite to try in their systems. Although we have Microsoft's free MSE, here we are sharing another full security suite which is available absolutely free.

Agnitum has released an absolute free version of its security suite "Outpost Security Suite" which contains an antivirus, firewall and proactive protection technologies. The free solution employs modern techniques to prevent infections, data corruption and PC intrusions.

OSS Free provides robust, easy-to-use OS Windows protection with optimal default settings to address web-borne threats including known and zero-day viruses, spyware, hacker attacks and intrusions, spam, and more. The product's acclaimed proactive protection, coupled with efficient detection and disinfection, make OSS Free a great option for web users everywhere.

Features List:

  • The first fully-functional free security suite including anti-spam, etc.
  • The latest technology — based on Outpost Security Suite Pro 7.0.4
  • VB100 certified antivirus for all modern Windows versions
  • Best-of-breed award-winning personal firewall
  • Automatic optimal configuration out of the box
  • Lightweight solution that doesn't slow systems down
  • Full compatibility with Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000 — both 32- and 64-bit.

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  • This thing is BEAST!! Be aware of its incredibleness!! I'm going to try this after my NIS 2011 expires. ^_^

  • ...and yes, it's less RAM killing than PC Tools and Comodo. In fact, I read reviews that Outpost was better than PCtools OR Comodo. So if you're using any of the two, then uninstall, and switch to Outpost. ^_^

  • VG, which antivirus would you recommend for an XP system?
    Also, is the antivirus that comes with Ad-aware internet security free edition good enough on its own?

  • VG

    ^^ Yes. Its good enough. Actually it depends upon your requirements and choice. Give a try to some free antivirus and keep the one which you like the most.

  • Thanks VG. I ended up uninstalling Ad-aware and went with Microsoft Security Essentials and conflicts so far!

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