Quick Heal Technologies, one of the leading companies in the security industry, has launched its new 2009 series of products. New Quick Heal AntiVirus Plus 2009 and Quick Heal Total Security 2009 offers the best protection in while consume less resources then its earlier version. Year 2008 saw the huge number of new malwares that exploit the target users commercially. Along with this there were lots of threats that were considered on the boundary line which are beyond the scope of traditional anti-virus protection. This experience and the knowledge of handling these malware in huge quantity had been applied and a new module of Quick Heal AntiMalware has been introduced in this 2009 series. Quick Heal AntiMalware scans the system for unwanted softwares like dialers, riskware, rougeware, spywares, adwares and lots of other potential threats. Another innovative feature which has been introduced is the inbuilt remote support facility. Quick Heal 2009 now consists of a Remote Support Client with which experts from Quick Heal virus lab can remotely connect to the user's machine and provide support service. This will further strengthen the service availability to the users of Quick Heal, without any additional cost. The product line Quick Heal AntiVirus Plus 2009 now is a five in one protection for the PC with two new features of AntiMalware and AntiRootkit being included in the pack. This new version consists of new scan engine that provides better protection against all kinds of threats and consumes much less memory. AntiVirus Plus 2009 also has additional features of Hijack Restore and Advance system explorer for better system analysis. Quick Heal Total Security 2009 now is a 10 in one pack. This also includes the new improved scan engine that provides better protection against all kinds of threats and consumes low resources. Total Security’s last year's primary feature of PC2Moblie Scan has also been enhanced to support new mobile phone models. The product is being launched across the country, with events being conducted at more than 50 cities across India.