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Dec
19
Net Protector awarded with International Checkmark Certification
Posted by Admin - NPAV on December 19 2013 01:57 PM

We are proud to announce that Net Protector Total Internet Security India's Leading Anti-Virus and Internet Security software is also now internationally certified with the coveted and prestigious Checkmark certificate.

This further proves the quality and reliability of Net Protector, which is trusted, recommended and preferred by large number of  Computer Vendors, Service Providers, System Integrators and Corporates.

We have achieved this under the guidance and vision of our Directors Mr. Sanjiv K and Mr. Sumeet K. We thank our Directors for their valuable guidance and direction.

 

 


 

Biz Secure Labs Pvt. Ltd. is a current member of the Checkmark Certification System and has the following product "Net Protector Total Internet Security" tested and validated for its functionality and performance in accordance with the international test criteria and standards of Westcoast labs.

Net Protector is now Internationally Tested & Certified Product

 

 


 

About West Coast Labs :

West Coast Labs is one of the world's leading independent test facilities. It is a global leader in research, testing, certification and real-time performance validation for information security products and services. WCL has market-leading technology and testing facilities. WCL has received International Test Lab Accreditation. It is accredited to ISO/IEC 17025:2005. It is a UKAS accredited testing laboratory No. 2753.

 

 


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May
2
Net Protector Mobile Security :: Easy Installation and Activation
Posted by Admin - NPAV on May 02 2013 05:16 PM

Net Protector Mobile Security
Easy Installation and Activation

Download PDF Here : 
NP-MobileSec-Activation.pdf


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Mar
29
Internet Speed Slow all over INDIA due to undersea cable cut
Posted by Admin - NPAV on March 29 2013 10:46 AM

Internet speeds in India, especially for customers of Bharti Airtel, Tata Communications and state-owned BSNL and MTNL are set to be disrupted for the next 20-25 days, after a key undersea cable, carrying data traffic across 14 countries, from Singapore to France, was cut off the coast of Egypt. Two other key cable networks, linking Asia to Europe, were also allegedly damaged. 


The extent of the damage is still being assessed. "Currently, internet and data usage are low because of the festive season. India will feel the impact from Monday when offices and businesses come back. Telcos have diverted all traffic from the Atlantic route to the Pacific, but our connectivity to the latter route is not sufficient to cater to all of India's traffic," explained Rajesh Chharia, president at Association of Internet Service Providers of India. 


Bharti Airtel said that the cable cuts had not impacted its voice traffic but said it was taking all 'necessary steps to ensure data services were available to our customers by routing traffic on alternative routes'. 
BSNL executives said the company was diverted its traffic on other cables linking India with the Europe and the US, but declined to reveal the extent of internet disruptions here. Reliance Communications said its customers were not impacted as its cable systems, including FEA, FALCONBSE 0.00 % and HAWK, were not impacted, when the undersea cables were allegedly sabotaged. 


Executives with mobile phone companies, who did not want to be named, acknowledged that browsing speeds were likely to fall significantly in the coming days, even as they were unable to provide a timeframe as to when the problem will be resolved. 


On Thursday, Egypt announced that it has arrested three divers for allegedly slicing the South East Asia-Middle East-West Europe 4 (SEA-ME-WE 4) that runs from Singapore to France and connects Malaysia, Thailand, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, UAE, Tunisia and Algeria.


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Jul
9

All Net Protector customers are fully protected from the DNS Changer threat.

They can safely use their PCs and also Internet on 9th of July 2012.

Net Protector already has protection from this threat and users need not worry. 

Our Research lab had already published the utility before 8th March 2012, to check for changes to your DNS Settings.  For those PCs which do not have Net Protector AntiVirus installed can use our free utility to check their systems.

Top 10 affected Countries as of 4th July 2012  

United States 45619
Italy 21831
India 19642
Germany 16090
United Kingdom 13759
France 9391
China 8794
Canada 7919
Australia 6991
Mexico 6434

 

Please refere to our previous news article :

http://support.indiaantivirus.com/index.php?/Support/News/NewsItem/View/3/march-8-internet-blackout--dont-worry-use-npav-free-utility


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Mar
2
NPAV : New feature "Save Updates"
Posted by Admin - NPAV on March 02 2012 11:29 AM

Each Dealer or Support Engineer has to install Net Protector and wait for the updates to complete at the customers location. For every installation.

Use the new feature in Net Protector AntiVirus : Save Updates
On any one machine which is fully updated. Save Updates, and then later Restore Updates on any other PC with slow internet, no internet or new installation, or re-installation. Save Time, complete your call faster. Do more calls / installations per day!


Net Protector > Updates > Save Updates

Save Updates

OR Run this exe and select "Save Updated Files Only" :

C:\Program Files\Net Protector 2011\SAVEUPD

NPAV Saved Updates



On PC where you want to Restore the Updates.
Copy the folder (e.g. : NPAV Saved Updates-02-Mar-2012) from the pen drive to the Desktop 
Open this folder, This folder  contains two files : Restrupd and NP-Saved-Updates

Run the Application : Restrup which has the Green Capsule Icon

Restore Updates 


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