Just a heads up - on their site under 'home user'. Makes for some interesting reading:- F-Secure now delivers lightning fast online protection with its innovative family of security products for connected life. The new Wellbeing 2009 family of consumer IT security products launched today uses power of the network to block new, unknown threats in minutes – globally. F-Secure Corporation’s Wellbeing 2009 family of consumer IT security products deliver the world’s fastest protection against new online threats and set new standards in Internet security. Introducing ground-breaking F-Secure DeepGuard™ 2.0 technology, which recognizes both safe and malicious software instantaneously using a real-time protection network, F-Secure is now able to protect the online wellbeing of its customers better than ever before. Customers are protected with a service that is faster than anything seen before in blocking new threats, more accurate in identifying malicious software, and fully automated with no need for user attention. When a new potential malicious program appears, the first participating F-Secure protected computers that encounter it anywhere in the world will instantly inform F-Secure’s highly automated security labs. For confirmed threats complete protection will be achieved within 60 seconds on a global basis. Consequently, as any computer with this technology queries the network, it will be instantly protected against the newly found threat, bypassing the time it has traditionally taken to send out virus database updates. "We're introducing another industry first. We have to keep innovating to fight the online criminals as they are getting more efficient and professional," says Pirkka Palomaki, Chief Technology Officer at F-Secure Corporation. "When our customers try to run suspicious programs, the trustworthiness of such files is automatically queried from our servers - in fractions of a second. We're the only vendor that can provide this level of protection for consumers." Online security plays an important role in people’s overall wellbeing as life is becoming increasingly connected through the Internet, mobile networks and different digital devices. Computers and other devices need to be kept free of malware to ensure they function correctly. Safe online banking and shopping depend on a secure computer and Internet connection. Sensitive personal information and valuable work data need to be safeguarded against theft, and families want to protect children from harmful content on the Internet. The F-Secure Wellbeing 2009 family of products is an advanced collection of security solutions that enables consumers to enjoy connected life to the full. Wellbeing 2009 includes the following products and services: F-Secure Internet Security 2009 F-Secure Anti-Virus 2009 F-Secure Home Server Security 2009 F-Secure Health Check Online Wellbeing portal F-Secure Internet Security 2009 – fastest protection in the online world F-Secure Internet Security 2009 sets new standards in quality of protection against the new online threats that are currently flooding the Internet and e-mails. Featuring F-Secure’s unique DeepGuard™ 2.0 technology that introduces the industry’s first real-time protection network, F-Secure Internet Security 2009 delivers the world’s fastest protection against new online threats. In addition to providing an exceptional quality of protection, F-Secure Internet Security 2009 also includes significant performance improvements, being quicker than the competition* where it matters most for the user. Improvements include an easy automatic installation that only takes 90 seconds, as well as significantly faster boot-up, scanning and disinfection times. The improved Parental Control feature now also includes time lock options for ensuring that children’s online wellbeing can be controlled more comprehensively. * Results based on test data from the independent testing organization AV-test.org ( www.av-test.org), July 2008, calculated against average performance of three major consumer security vendors. May give IS a trial but the trial is still showing as 2008 at the moment.