China gets free anti-virus software, courtesy of AhnLabKorea’s largest computer anti-virus service provider, AhnLab, said yesterday it has started offering free anti-virus software in China as part of efforts to expand overseas philanthropy.
The China move is the company’s first overseas charity project since it announced plans to step up social contributions at home and abroad.
The V3 Lite anti-virus program is available on the company’s Chinese Web site (www.ahn.com.cn) for free, the company said.
The anti-virus program for consumers was downloaded by 24 million users in Korea amid an increase in cyberhacking incidents and online private data leakages.
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