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#1 Sharklady

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Posted 30 May 2004 - 03:13 AM

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla., May 28 /PRNewswire/ -- STOPzilla, the leading developer in Adware/Spyware suppression technology, announced Belkin Corp. will include free STOPzilla subscriptions to buyers of select wireless networking products.

Belkin will offer a free, six-month STOPzilla subscription to customers who purchase its new High-Speed Mode (HSM) Wireless G Router, HSM Wireless G Desktop Network Card and HSM Wireless G Notebook Network Card. The HSM Wireless G line will begin shipping on June 30, 2004.

STOPzilla's highly acclaimed suppression engine automatically eliminates Spyware -- which monitors user activity, and Adware -- third-party stealth programs that manifest themselves as popup ads. Both Spyware and Adware are secretly installed during the most common Internet usage.

"Popups, spyware and adware have become insidious," said Kannyn McRae, Business Unit Manager for Belkin's networking unit. "We are looking to help our customers avoid this annoyance and privacy invasion, and STOPzilla is by far the best product on the market to address this."

STOPzilla's suppression system currently protects users in more than 50 countries. The platform incorporates ZILLAsmart auto-update technology to ensure that Internet users get continually updated with the most effective adware/spyware solution available.

"Belkin is a great company and we're thrilled to have the opportunity to protect their users," said Robert Deignan, Business Development Director at STOPzilla. "Customers who purchase these new Belkin products are looking for the fastest possible Internet connection -- installing STOPzilla will insure they get it."

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