Australia's 10,000 Computer Users Infected by the Latest Invisible Trojan Virus could be Protected Using the New Australian Founded TrustDefender Gold Software

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With the release of TrustDefender Gold Edition computer users can protect themselves from invisible Trojans stealing confidential Online Banking details.

TrustDefender responds to the recent infection of Australian computers from a Trojan invisible to current Anti-Virus and Anti-spy ware software with announcement of the availability of the TrustDefender Gold Edition Beta. TrustDefender Gold secures consumer and business confidential data in online transactions while protecting users’ confidential information from prying eyes of invisible Trojans accessing home and corporate computers.

TrustDefender does not use the approach of other security vendors who employ the general blacklist and heuristics approach which is not effective enough against todays evolving sophisticated Trojans, Worms and Viruses entering computers.

“Our software has been developed to compliment current Anti-Virus Vendors where their software fails to identify unknown crimeware such as the recent invisible Trojan that entered the Australian Tax Office and over 10,000 computers as reported in the Sydney Morning Herald today,” says Ted Egan Co-founder and Director of TrustDefender

Egan continues: “On Monday, we invited consumers and businesses to download the recent edition of TrustDefender Gold Beta to protect their computers and confidential information from unknown applications such as the recent invisible Trojan currently hiding on computers today when they wish to do their Banking. Our software using the Safe & Secure mode locks out the unknown applications and therefore compliments the Anti-virus Vendor Software.”

The most important features of the Gold Edition include:

  • The Safe & Secure Mode – This is now enhanced and available for all Official GAP Participants and includes all Website GAP Policies. The additional functionality of the Safe & Secure Mode is the answer to the growing Problem of Trojans/Worms and Viruses that circumvent the existing signature based Antivirus Scanners. It is based on a “white list” approach that will only allow known and allowed applications to run during an Online Transaction.
  • Eliminate almost all Popups from TrustDefender Free Edition – This moves us one step closer towards our goal of a completely transparent Online Security Experience.
  • Website GAP Policies – These allow you to define your own GAP Policies for Online Services that you use. Experience the Highest Level of Security for all your Online Activities – irrespective of whether or not the Online Services you use are part of the Official GAP program.
  • GapXchange – This is a public Repository of Website GAP Policy for all TrustDefender Users. Benefit from the Knowledge of others to secure the Online Services you use.

We invite everybody to download TrustDefender Gold Beta and use it today

Try TrustDefender today

TrustDefender invites you - and all Internet users - to try TrustDefender today – free of charge. Available as a free download from, TrustDefender is now THE Gold Standard for Internet security.

For more detailed information, please read through the TrustDefender Whitepaper at or view the live demonstration at

Media Contact:

Ted Egan

Ph: +61 419 666 305

About TrustDefender

TrustDefender is the leading provider of ‘On Demand Endpoint Security Solutions’ to safeguard Online Business Transactions. With its GAP Protection, TrustDefender is able to guarantee the Authenticity of a Website. The Secure Lockdown, the Safe & Secure Mode, the Two Factor Authentication and the TrustedSurfing Database complete the holistic Security Solution. The Secure Policy Engine allows Online Businesses to educate and enforce Compliance of a Home User’s PC to their Security Policies. TrustDefender is the world’s first Security Solution for Online Businesses to integrate the Home User’s PC into the overall Security Solution. TrustDefender was founded in 2005 and is based in Sydney, Australia.

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