McAfee unveiled a LiveSafe protective service

Posted: August 2, 2013 in Antivirus and Security Software
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McAfee logoMcAfee has announced that McAfee LiveSafe service is available for purchase at retail. The new development is also pre-installed on many models of Ultrabook PCs and leading manufacturers.

McAfee LiveSafe Service, officially unveiled in May this year, is designed to radically change the perception of security through advanced technology that protects the information and the identity of the owner. McAfee LiveSafe License applies to all PCs, smartphones and tablets available to the user, with no limit to the number, the company said.

Overall, McAfee LiveSafe is a cross-platform service protection. It includes a function Personal Locker, which uses voice recognition and facial features to provide access to essential information and documents holder, including copies of passports and identity cards, which are in a secure cloud storage. In addition to protecting against viruses of multiple devices on the Internet, McAfee LiveSafe also provides simplified and automated management of user names and passwords. The service supports the hardware technology to protect against theft, implemented in the Ultrabook; function of protecting privacy for smartphones and tablets, and a number of other security features.

“People spend more time on the Internet, so they need a convenient and simple solution for protection – said Gary Davis, vice president of worldwide marketing at McAfee. – With the release to market the service McAfee LiveSafe we ​​propose a solution to protect a variety of devices and personal information of users. ”

McAfee LiveSafe service

Supported Operating Systems

McAfee LiveSafe service: Supported Operating Systems

McAfee LiveSafe service Buy Now

McAfee LiveSafe service Buy Now

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