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Webroot Offers Free Spyware Monitoring Service to Corporate Japan.

Tokyo, Japan, Jan 12, 2007 - (JCN) - Webroot Software Inc. announced a free spyware monitoring service for Japanese corporations. The service includes selective monitoring of spyware on the most likely infected sections of desktop and laptop computers.

An engineer from Webroot will perform on-site or remote monitoring and report the results in an Excel formatted document. The report will contain infection information if spyware was extracted from any workstation, specifics on which spyware was found, and the rate of infection. In addition, Webroot can offer comprehensive monitoring for those who wish this service, and removal of spyware.

The service is offered to all companies in Japan. To apply, email your name, department, and company's name, as well as your phone number and the number of PC's involveto with "Application for monitoring service" in the title.

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Date:Jan 13, 2007
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