New Production Release: The Shield Firewall 5.0 - Uncomplicated Hacker Protection

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PCSecurityShield has upgraded its security software products with Vista compatibility and advanced protection features.

and continues our efforts to offer the best security products and free technical support to our customers.

PCSecurityShield announces the release of The Shield Firewall 5.0, bringing advanced protection, Vista Compatibility and PCSecurityShield's free technical support to consumers with their best firewall protection ever.

The Shield Firewall 5.0, powered by Comodo technology, now Vista compatible, is a multi-layered security application that keeps hackers out and personal information in. The 5.0 Version features a friendly graphical user interface; highly granular configuration options; easily understood and informative alerts; wizard-based detection of trusted zones and much more. The Shield Firewall, also features Proactive Defense and intuitive security rules, is now simple enough for the average internet user.

"The Shield Firewall is by far the easiest, most uncomplicated firewall that we have had the opportunity to offer our customers," states Arthur Frischman, President of PCSecurityShield. "Customers today do not want to spend endless hours learning each software product's features. The Shield Firewall shortens the learning curve dramatically".

"The Shield Firewall provides complete hacker protection and a sense of security for our customers", continues Frischman, "and continues our efforts to offer the best security products and free technical support to our customers."

PCSecurityShield offers a full line of downloadable security software products. Along with it flagship product, The Shield Antivirus, PCSecurityShield offers 10 security products that protect the average consumer from today's online threats. Featuring low cost and easy-to-install software programs, PCSecurityShield's products are a viable, low-cost option in computer security.


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