Bitdefender invites elite beta testers to the new Bitdefender

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Bitdefender, the internet security firm, has invited top-notch beta testers around the globe to experience the bold new Bitdefender and help make the company's antivirus software even sharper, faster and more lethal to malware.

The new Bitdefender is said to be a blend of tried and proven technologies that have won Bitdefender the top awards, and cutting-edge new concepts such as adaptive scanning, the technology that actually allows the software to mould to each individual computer to enhance speed and performance.

Techies, bloggers and other elite beta testers can feel the power of the new Bitdefender in action by visiting and downloading the beta kit.

The moulding technology of the new Bitdefender means the software will quickly become unique to each user. It will adapt to every system-specific profile and apply recognition patterns enabling users to move quickly and nimbly even in the full suit of Bitdefender armour.

The new Bitdefender also offers beta testers an enhanced version of Bitdefender Safepay™, the secured browser that activates automatically during online transactions. The new Bitdefender takes this feature, which was first developed last year, to a new level.

Besides creating an unbreachable connection on public wireless connections, and generating a virtual keyboard so no hacker can read keystrokes, Safepay now includes Bitdefender Wallet. This seals sensitive information away from prying eyes and recalls the data automatically just as users need it in a secure, time-saving auto-fill format.

"After the absolutely magnificent year of top awards and gushing praise that we've just been through, Bitdefender is under pressure to beat its stiffest competition – itself," said Catalin Cosoi, Chief Security Strategist at Bitdefender. "This led us to an intense period of creation, experimentation and innovation. Among the final, and most crucial, of phases is beta testing. Each and every piece of feedback will get the undivided attention of some of the top minds in the anti-malware world."

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