Roboscan Internet Security Free 2.5.0.21

Roboscan Internet Security is a fast, light, easy antivirus software created by Roboscan Inc. It is a dual engine antivirus, running on the Tera Engine and Bitdefender Engine for improved detection accuracy rates. Roboscan Internet Security operates on most versions of Windows including Windows 8 and is available on Roboscan’s website in free and Pro ($9.99/year) versions.

What's new in this version:

  • The update includes, but is not limited to, minor bug fixes and changes to the user interface to improve ease of navigation. Users with Roboscan Internet Security currently installed have been automatically updated to the latest version, regardless of whether they downloaded the free version of the antivirus software or purchased the Pro version of the antivirus software.

Download: Roboscan Internet Security Free 2.5.0.21 | 192 MB (Freeware)
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I have tried this security. On high resolution monitor there are glitches and wrong text positioning faults. This solution is very good at preventing malware,but not so much good at removing them.By default,firewall is off,so there is need to turn it on first time use. It is very simple to use,but lacks of some advanced features. There are regular updates and i must say it is quite nice piece of free security.Somebody need to tell developers to finally redesign interface-thus removing glitches,improve firewall effectiveness and we will have excellente free protection

Hello,

The download is hosted at cabal.com and redirects through estsoft.com when you go through their home page, which I am guessing is the parent company. ESTsoft is a twenty year old Korean software developer which is probably better known for their games (Cabal, HeroesGo, etc.).

They have a good reputation in their local market. I'm guessing they are trying to expand outward.

Regards,

Aryeh Goretsky