Houston, TX. (PRWEB) August 25, 2012
After officials from both the Better Business Bureau and the Internal Revenue Service released warnings about a new virus that is impacting internet users across the country, the computer security company Galaxy Tech announced a new free webinar on antivirus programs. According to officials the new virus poses as an alert from the FBI and even uses the FBI seal while citing numerous legal documents, and demands a $200 fine for the computer to be unfrozen. After many, even those with antivirus protection got the FBI virus, Galaxy Tech announced their new webinar to help computer owners determine if their current antivirus program is doing its job or costing them more money than it should.
The new webinar has been designed to help consumers understand how antivirus programs work and what can be causing their antivirus protection to fail as it educate participants on the best approaches to buy antivirus programs. The goal of the webinar will help user understand the hidden costs of antivirus solutions and how many of these programs are not only costing users extra money but are failing to work to protect against viruses such as this new FBI virus. The new webinar promotion will also provide insight for those who are looking to buy Kaspersky for their antivirus protection needs so they can get unbiased insight on using this solution.
The new offer from the computer security program is designed with both individuals and businesses in mind and is being launched to help computer users everywhere keep their technology and their information safe. The new webinar is being offered for a limited time and can be accessed through the company’s website at gti1.com.
Those interested in signing up for the new webinar and interested in finding out more about keeping their computer safe while keeping their costs down can visit http://www.gti1.com/warning-your-antivirus-is-bleeding-money/.
To find out more about this new offer and about general computer security and antivirus protection visit the antivirus experts at http://gti1.com.