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SimWorks Anti-virus for Symbian (UIQ and Series 60)
Posted on 17-Jul-2004 14:29 | Tags Filed under: Software


SimWorks Anti-virus for Symbian (UIQ and Series 60)
Protect your phone from viruses with Simworks Anti-Virus. SimWorks Anti-Virus actively scans and protects your phone from viruses. Unlike other products which operate from a PC, SimWorks Anti-Virus actually runs on your phone so you're protected 24x7, not just at your desktop.

Simworks Anti-Virus features:
  • phone based application providing anytime anywhere protection;
  • manual scan available anytime;
  • set to autoscan as frequently as you want;
  • includes 12 month subscription to SimWorks Anti-Virus update service; and
  • transferrable between phones.

    SimWorks Anti-Virus protects phone's from known viruses including the recently discovered Cabir virus and is compatible with all phones using the Symbian operating system such as the 127963 UIQ (SonyEricsson P800/P900/P910) and 127965 Series 60 (Nokia 3650, Nokia 6600, Sendo X).

    What could a virus do?
  • permanently burn out your SIM card;
  • delete your address book;
  • randomly send pictures from your phone's camera to people in your address book;
  • make an expensive overseas phone call;
  • use your phone to send SMS spam; or
  • clock up expensive data charges.






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